Blades for Stanley No. 4 & 5 Planes
Blades for Stanley No. 4 & 5 Planes
£9.50 (£7.92 Ex. VAT)

Blades for Stanley No. 4 & 5 Planes

Code: 900227

  • Single iron (blade only)
  • Hardened, tempered high-carbon chrome steel assures excellent edge retention
  • Can be honed to a razor-sharp edge
  • Supplied with accurate ground edge of 25°; finishing with an additional honed angle of 30° is recommended
£9.50 (£7.92 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Blades for Stanley No. 4 & 5 Planes
  • Stanley Plane Blade - 60mm(2.3/8") Single
  • Axminster Rider Double Sided Diamond Bench Stone
  • Veritas Mk.II Honing System
Total: £104.53

In Detail

Available as blade only, in which case it is known as a single iron. Stanley® replacement plane irons are made from hardened and tempered high carbon chrome steel which have excellent edge retention characteristics and allows a razor sharp edge to be honed.



Plane Blade Width 50 mm (2")
Reviews (1)

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Overall rating 1.7 out of 5 based on 1 review

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30 July 2017

Horribly Vonvex backs make for alot of time flattening

Cheep yes but you pay with the amount of time and effort needed to make them useful. The backs are ground VERY convex (certain both of the ones I bought were anyway). If you value your time, spend a bit more for irons that are ground properly. Is it so hard to at least ground them a little concave if not flat??!!!

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