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    They look nice to me, and I've also heard good...

    They look nice to me, and I've also heard good things. We also like to encourage support of KKF vendors, and MTM Wood did some nice giveaways early on.
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    Dave, thanks for the update and concern for your...

    Dave, thanks for the update and concern for your customers.

    Not sure if the prepaid customers were given a promised (probably not) or even expected timeline. Anyway, I think most people who have...
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    That looks nice. Could it be considered a small...

    That looks nice. Could it be considered a small gyuto that isn't very tall?
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    The term "break the bank" might mean pretty...

    The term "break the bank" might mean pretty different things for different people, so I'd suggest you be more specific.

    You can accomplish so many tasks with a good gyuto, so you can concentrate...
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    I've heard some people (from people I respect) ...

    I've heard some people (from people I respect) really like their Shun paring knives. The fit and finish on the knives is very good, and I've heard their handles are very comfortable.
    Getting a...
  6. I've heard the difference between HD and HD2 is...

    I've heard the difference between HD and HD2 is pretty minimal.
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    and telling the truth, even!

    and telling the truth, even!
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    Reference to the movie "A Christmas Story" . . .

    Reference to the movie "A Christmas Story" . . .
  9. What are the blade length and height?

    What are the blade length and height?
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    I kind of like the range of ideas here--makes...

    I kind of like the range of ideas here--makes this thread useful to a wider variety of people. Here are some of my favorites:
    silicone spatulas
    Rosle tongs with silicone at the ends
    microplane...
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    Yeah, I think larger pieces of wood tend to crack...

    Yeah, I think larger pieces of wood tend to crack over time. Smaller pieces, when arranged properly, balance the stress as the wood moves due to temperature, humidity, etc.
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    I've got an in-drawer knife holder, which works...

    I've got an in-drawer knife holder, which works well for me. I have mixed feelings about showing my knives more publicly. It would be cool to show them, but I wonder if visitors would grab them. ...
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    7 minutes, and at 1 in the morning (at least my...

    7 minutes, and at 1 in the morning (at least my time). That's a beautiful knife--I'm sure the new owner will be happy.
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    A thin nakiri (or even one with a decent distal...

    A thin nakiri (or even one with a decent distal taper) can make the first horizontal and vertical cuts to dice an onion just fine.

    The Masakage Yuki line (not that I've ever used one, but seem to...
  15. Thread: Hiromoto stops

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    Uncalled for. And unnecessary.

    Uncalled for. And unnecessary.
  16. Thread: Way to go Tom!

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    That is so amazingly cool! Big congrats! Wonder...

    That is so amazingly cool! Big congrats! Wonder how fast the waitlist is gonna grow . . .
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    Shorty gyuto, please.

    Shorty gyuto, please.
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    My apologies. I left my computer on and signed...

    My apologies. I left my computer on and signed in to KKF, and my wife got on and made that post . . .

    :wink:
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    How many knives are enough?

    Okay, since I got into this fascinating world of high-quality knives a couple years ago, my knives have imcreased tremendously, both in quantity and quality. I have some great knives, in a variety...
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    Chuck, welcome back. First, sorry to hear of...

    Chuck, welcome back. First, sorry to hear of your troubles, but more importantly, I'm happy to hear that you are through the worst of it. Looking forward to seeing more of your collection, and...
  21. A honesuki might serve double duty as a petty for...

    A honesuki might serve double duty as a petty for you.
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    I'm not sure that is the case for all the lines...

    I'm not sure that is the case for all the lines made and sold--they vary a fair amount by price. I've seen some good comments about the AS Laser from a number of commenters (though have not used one...
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    +1

    +1
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    I'd only avoid it if you think the recipient...

    I'd only avoid it if you think the recipient would see it as unlucky. If it's something they'll appreciate (and possibly something nicer than they'd buy themselves), I think it would be a great gift.
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    Nice work. What do you do with all the extra...

    Nice work. What do you do with all the extra handles?
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