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    New Kramer Auction

    Just got an email from Bob Kramer announcing an auction that ends on Wednesday at 11:00 A.M. The knife is a 10" chef's in Pulsar Mosaic Damascus with a snake wood handle. Man, I sure wish I could...
  2. 270 is best for me. 240 isn't quite long enough...

    270 is best for me. 240 isn't quite long enough and 300 seems a little too long. I'm a home cook too and I have way more knives than I need but I justify it by "it's my hobby". I have 270 gyutos...
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    I also have the 10" version, bought it right...

    I also have the 10" version, bought it right after they came out. No complaints here. Great knife.
  4. I won't sell any of my knives unless someday I...

    I won't sell any of my knives unless someday I become really desperate, but even then I would never sell my Bob Kramer 9" chef's in 52100.
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    That didn't last long. They're already sold out.

    That didn't last long. They're already sold out.
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    Just wondering what I said that makes me a fool?

    Just wondering what I said that makes me a fool?
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    Bob Kramer owners: how do compare?

    I bought a Kramer 9" chef's knive in 52100 a few years ago. Since then I've continued to add to my collection but nothing comes close to the Kramer except maybe the Zwilling Kramer. Just wondering...
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    Shun Kramer. It's scalloped instead of serrated...

    Shun Kramer. It's scalloped instead of serrated so it's easier to sharpen, although it doesn't need sharpening very often. 10" blade length is nice. Long story short, it's the best breadknife...
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    Yep. 9" Kramer chef's knife in 52100. Even if I...

    Yep. 9" Kramer chef's knife in 52100. Even if I don't use it every day I handle it very day. It's a joy just to hold it.
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    One Favorite Knife

    Many of us here have substantial collections of knives. If you had to pick the one knife that made you the happiest, what would it be? If this thread gets any traction, I'll reveal mine later.
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    What is the thinnest "laser" gyuto?

    The only real laser I own is a 270 mm Wa Suisin Inox Honyaki. It measures 2 mm on the spine over the heel and weighs 173 gms. I like this knife a lot but collecting kitchen knives is my hobby and...
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    Hey. Bobby flay does it all the time.

    Hey. Bobby flay does it all the time.
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    I'm sure that many of the people who can afford...

    I'm sure that many of the people who can afford them do enjoy and appreciate them. Bob Kramer is a rare artist but he's also a businessman. That's just the way it is.
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    My favorite way to load a strop is to start with...

    My favorite way to load a strop is to start with a few drops of the CrO2 paste and work it in with my fingertips. Then I put a few sprinkles of CrO2 powder on the strop and work that in with my...
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    I've always been very satisfied with them.

    I've always been very satisfied with them.
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    Hi Dave, Just ordered one. The way you describe...

    Hi Dave,
    Just ordered one. The way you describe it makes me think I want this stone to fill in between my Spapton Pro 1k and 5k. Can't wait to get it.
    Dean
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    I strop a lot. The best strops I've seen are...

    I strop a lot. The best strops I've seen are from Phoenix Knife house. The base is magnatized and the strop is glued to steel (I think). They're the texture of a fine suede and thin, perfect for...
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    A while go I bought a Henkel's Twin Cermax made...

    A while go I bought a Henkel's Twin Cermax made of M66 (ZDP-189) steel. I bought it for the steel, never owned a ZDP-189 knife and I was curious. It also was on sale for a ridiculously low price of...
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    If you want a splash and go stone for thinning, I...

    If you want a splash and go stone for thinning, I recommend the Shapton Pro 320. It's a fast cutter and, for a coarse stone, has good feel. I go to a 1k Shapton Pro to get the 320 scratches out.
  21. 270 Suisin Inox Honyaki Wa Gyuto 210 Suisin Inox...

    270 Suisin Inox Honyaki Wa Gyuto
    210 Suisin Inox Honyaki Wa petty
    270 Devin Thomas AEB-L Suji
    10" Z Kramer 52100 Chef's

    These choices are based on the OP's premise that I'm starting over from...
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    Single microbevel. Genius.

    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?client=mv-google&gl=NL&hl=en&p=EBF55079F53216AB&v=xwnFrjiAA_8

    This video was a revelation to me. So, as I understand it, a single microbevel does two things: It...
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    Where did you find the 12" carbon K Sab?

    Where did you find the 12" carbon K Sab?
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    Great vid from Jon. Never heard of a single...

    Great vid from Jon. Never heard of a single microbevel.
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    Thank you, just what I was looking for.

    Thank you, just what I was looking for.
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