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  1. Not only seen, but owned one. It was one of my...

    Not only seen, but owned one. It was one of my first knives in the wave of japanese knives I've bought the last couple of years. It now resides at my mother's place as I wasn't particularly fond of...
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    Well pretty sure I would be shunned if that were...

    Well pretty sure I would be shunned if that were the case over here. I've always got the nicer knives :/. My previous chef laughed at me with my collection of knives when he had been using some...
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    For a gyuto, I personally prefer blue to white...

    For a gyuto, I personally prefer blue to white although differences are fairly minor. I believe white can take a more stellar edge more readily than blue but it won't last quite as long (blue steel...
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    Im in if im not too late?

    Im in if im not too late?
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    hindsight is a beautiful thing and if I had my...

    hindsight is a beautiful thing and if I had my time again I might have sold it. I guess I really wanted to use this knife as I liked the fact it is a bit mightier but I wanted to be able to use it...
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    http://s29.postimg.org/xkhjlnnc7/20140211_150032.j...

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    This is the same knife, though I've cleaned off the patina. I also got myself a new...
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    Watanabe 270 Gyuto WIP

    I bought a Watanabe 270mm blue gyuto about 6 weeks or so ago. As usual, I went through the rounds checking out each detail, cut a few things and made a few mental notes about it's characteristics....
  8. Hell no! For that kind of money you could get...

    Hell no! For that kind of money you could get several sharpening stones plus a cheap ceramic rod if you're so inclined. I do everything on stones myself
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    I'm not so sure I like that knife to be...

    I'm not so sure I like that knife to be honest..that profile just doesn't fly with me at all. Hope you make it to your tastes though
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    To hell with drama man.. if I see anything...

    To hell with drama man.. if I see anything advertised as high end and they charge like 25% of what an actual high end product costs I would be incredibly skeptical. I would start thinking...
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    Haha I have experienced the majority of what is...

    Haha I have experienced the majority of what is been discussed. I have no idea how long you have all been doing this gig for but for me it changes depending on what section I'm working and how...
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    I like music during prep sessions in our back...

    I like music during prep sessions in our back kitchen or when I'm cleaning down. During service and especially when I'm setting up my section I can't stand any kind of distraction at all, a whole new...
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    Sweet, looking forward to this.. been itching for...

    Sweet, looking forward to this.. been itching for some more coarse stones myself. Just ordered some atoma plates from the same place to replace my dmt. What tips did he mention in the email?
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    Let us all know how you find it, pics and all!...

    Let us all know how you find it, pics and all! Like.. mass information. I'm pretty interested in this knife now, especially after only having heard positive things about konosuke knives previously...
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    Forget everything I said earlier-- now I want...

    Forget everything I said earlier-- now I want that particular knife. Didn't know it even existed!
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    definitely agree on the ks being incredibly...

    definitely agree on the ks being incredibly uncomfortable for rocking




    I use an Inox honyaki on occasion myself, although it's been sitting in it's saya for a little while as I bought a...
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    I have a watanabe, inox honyaki and masamoto ks...

    I have a watanabe, inox honyaki and masamoto ks on standby atm..guess that makes three. I really should sell one of them but I keep holding off. The ks is kinda like what I use to compare sharpness...
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    I bought a watanabe recently and I certainly...

    I bought a watanabe recently and I certainly wouldn't call it an agile knife at any stretch. Im actually in the middle of changing the geometry and thinning it out. Its been a major *****...
  19. Uchigumori definitely works.. I've used that one...

    Uchigumori definitely works.. I've used that one before haha. I guess any soft stone that produces good slurry would work well. I bought some fingerstones form cktg a few years ago. I am still trying...
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    Ive ordered my sigma stones through him before....

    Ive ordered my sigma stones through him before. Pretty sure I got confirmation within a few days? It took about two weeks for me to get my stuff although I'm in Australia
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    http://s7.postimg.org/rti7452a3/20140114_102616.jp...

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    I spent several hours getting it to...
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    Whoops, didn't realise my post looked so huge....

    Whoops, didn't realise my post looked so huge. Ill see if I can get a half decent photo. I didn't take any before shots unfortunately. I only have my phone to take photos so probs wont get a lot of...
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    still hunting for the "perfect" thinning stone...

    still hunting for the "perfect" thinning stone but I think the diamonds have ended up being the unfortunate winner for me, although I'm fairly terrible with thinning in itself. It can be a big job on...
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    Performance will differ between every gyuto, chef...

    Performance will differ between every gyuto, chef knife and every other knife out there. The kono hd is a great knife in that it is so light and thin, relatively stainless and will take to sharpening...
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    I use the 270 masamoto ks and enjoy it, I dont...

    I use the 270 masamoto ks and enjoy it, I dont know if there would be any point going larger- I can barely get it into my bag! I also have a 330 yanagiba but I never use it. It's just there
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