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  1. I agree -- 270 FKM was the first suji I ever...

    I agree -- 270 FKM was the first suji I ever purchased, and it is the blade the started me on my suji for an all-around knife...so I stopped looking at gyutos for a while. Still own it today and use...
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    I have a Shapton Pro 220, and it works pretty...

    I have a Shapton Pro 220, and it works pretty decent.

    However, if I were to need another, I would want to try the Sigma Power Select II 240, as I've heard great things about the speed of this...
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    Fujiwara FKM is a great one too, at an even...

    Fujiwara FKM is a great one too, at an even greater price.
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    I didn't go full swing on this at one time...I...

    I didn't go full swing on this at one time...I originally just thinned it out about one centimeter behind the edge like below.
    http://i39.tinypic.com/2z4wnxv.jpg

    But I realized it would be able...
  5. In general, I stop most of my EDC knives at...

    In general, I stop most of my EDC knives at Chosera 3K and find that its a great balance.
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    Everyone I know who has a Cruze (4 people)...

    Everyone I know who has a Cruze (4 people) absolutely LOVE theirs. My dad bought a Silverado 3500 diesel when he retired, but he got divorced soon after and was stuck with it for his daily...
  7. There is no real order, it is all perception from...

    There is no real order, it is all perception from user experiences.

    I have the Kono HD and Suisin IH for long time as my main knife, so they've seen plenty of stone time...I personally think the...
  8. I would have too disagree with those statements.

    I would have too disagree with those statements.
  9. same...well on everything but the last word. ...

    same...well on everything but the last word.

    Aaron, I haven't looked into kitchen realm in quite some time...is the Kono honyaki modeled more after the Fujiyama line, or the regular laser line?
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    OP, to better your understanding...all my knives...

    OP, to better your understanding...all my knives are highly assymetrical, yet I use a similar/the same angle on both sides -- I don't purposely try to change the angle on each.

    My Carbonext is...
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    I'm glad you are happy with your first purchase! ...

    I'm glad you are happy with your first purchase! As others have noted, your pictures are excellent -- I wish I had a decent camera and the skills to take some macros of my 240 CN, so that you could...
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    I just bought and sharpened this 9"...

    I just bought and sharpened this 9" Victorinox/Forschner chef knife for my mother, and I had a hard time handing it over. Very comfortable, nice profile, thin geometry and took a nice edge -- really...
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    I can't stop buying new knives. All I wanted was...

    I can't stop buying new knives. All I wanted was one good folder, and here I am now...with an 18" machete.

    http://i48.tinypic.com/2m5ikxw.jpg
    http://i47.tinypic.com/2uf9dom.jpg
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    These are my favorites as well...I put the...

    These are my favorites as well...I put the initial edge on for them too.
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    The semi-stainless in my Kono HD barely reacts at...

    The semi-stainless in my Kono HD barely reacts at all, but this is what my Carbonext looked like after about 6 months of use (and not regular, as I switch knives often)

    next to true stainless for...
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    My Carbonext handle is just like yours -- fitted...

    My Carbonext handle is just like yours -- fitted perfectly and very comfortable. I also had a 270 CN suji when they first came out, and it was finished exactly the same. I've got nothing but good...
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    ^ I had the same blue smoke Leek, but gave it...

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    I had the same blue smoke Leek, but gave it to a friend this summer as it had a more pronounced recurve than my random Leek which had a much flatter profile.

    Damn, now I wish I would have...
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    Agreed, was just going to comment that I could...

    Agreed, was just going to comment that I could get down with that suji...nice profile and overall look.

    I LOVE my Shun paring knife -- thinned mine out and it really can take a ridiculous edge,...
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    ^ Found your Leek here...didn't know they came...

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    Found your Leek here...didn't know they came that way stock, I really like it. One of the benefits of the Leek is that it is sleek and slim for pocket carry...but it is also its downfall when in...
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    Let me just say this -- out of all the knives...

    Let me just say this -- out of all the knives I've owned or used over the years, my 240 CN would be one of the last to go.

    Might sound weird to many, but this knife just plain does the job...it...
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    Your experience differs from mine...I had built...

    Your experience differs from mine...I had built up natural patinas on both of them to a good degree, but they still continued to give odor and taste transference, especially after a touch up on the...
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    The steel I like most in the kitchen is not at...

    The steel I like most in the kitchen is not at all the same that I like in my folders or fixed blades.

    I love M390 in my PM2, the S90V in my Southfork, the ZDP-189 in my Endura, and the CPM-M4 in...
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    Seem like the Sigma Power Select II stones will...

    Seem like the Sigma Power Select II stones will be the quickest non-diamond stones to remove metal, but they supposedly wear down faster due to the lack of binder (not sure how much faster, but Stu...
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    ^ by the way, I love carbon steel...just not the...

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    by the way, I love carbon steel...just not the cheap SK5 in the FKH series. It sharpens easy and takes a nice edge, but the smell due to reaction of patina was just too much and lasted to long...
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    I have owned 4 Fujiwaras in my life: 2 FKM and 2...

    I have owned 4 Fujiwaras in my life: 2 FKM and 2 FKH(carbon).....I still own the FKM stainless. For a newbie, I would highly recommend a 240 FKM gyuto and 150mm petty.
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