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    1. Yes. 2. Nope. 3. No. You have a lot more...

    1. Yes.
    2. Nope.
    3. No. You have a lot more experience than consumers and it helps consumers get the products they want.
    4. Nope, best to know the good and the bad. Every knife has its pros and...
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    Feeling the same way about the yoshikane

    Feeling the same way about the yoshikane
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    you'll have to upload the picture to imgur or...

    you'll have to upload the picture to imgur or some similar site and insert the pic url
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    Hopefully not the m390; that steel takes forever...

    Hopefully not the m390; that steel takes forever to move. The grind was pretty wonky for the one I got the gf. Left side was perfect and right side had a few interesting concavities. Had it...
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    NICE SET. It looks like a timeline of the petty...

    NICE SET. It looks like a timeline of the petty growing up :rofl2:
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    victorinox haha; handles are near indestructible,...

    victorinox haha; handles are near indestructible, profile isn't too bad and they're thin enough
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    definitely awesome

    definitely awesome
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    the linked page states: Blade--- Double-Beveled...

    the linked page states: Blade--- Double-Beveled Yasuki AoKouNo.2(Blue No.2 Steel) made from iron-sand/Hitachi Metal. For clad knives, blueway usually explicitly states that the knife is clad (eg for...
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    the 190 is very thin behind the edge and the...

    the 190 is very thin behind the edge and the cladding is VERY soft. nashiji comes off very easily with some 220 grit sandpaper. the whole knife quite uneven so you'll have to spend some time with a...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRNK-xOIaWQ ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRNK-xOIaWQ

    Here's a video they linked on their site. Seems to cut fine, but not $350 fine
  11. the ginsanko line needs quite a bit of work out...

    the ginsanko line needs quite a bit of work out of the box; the choil and spine are very rough and the large bevel is ground pretty unevenly. that being said, the steel is quite amazing; sharpens...
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    Stiction is the related to grind and finish....

    Stiction is the related to grind and finish. Flatness and higher grit finishes (think mirror polishing) increase the apparent stickiness.
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    Awesome. It resembles the konosuke fujiyama blue...

    Awesome. It resembles the konosuke fujiyama blue a lot with those huge bevels
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    never tried it, but I've read somewhere that...

    never tried it, but I've read somewhere that black strap molasses can be used for rust.
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    interesting western handles are hard to find at...

    interesting western handles are hard to find at the price point; the only ones that I can think of are hattori fh and suisin inox
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    the first rule of kramer club is that you do not...

    the first rule of kramer club is that you do not talk about kramer club
  17. Thread: Misono or Nenox

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    Good knife, but choil and spine are not rounded,...

    Good knife, but choil and spine are not rounded, which you can do yourself with some sandpaper and a few minutes. Very good edge retention and food release; can get a little wedgey on carrots and...
  18. I believe it depends on both the steel and the...

    I believe it depends on both the steel and the heat treat/maker. I like to think of steel like steak; a lousy chef will ruin a $30/lb dry aged steak. With the same steak, a good chef will cook up a...
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    I have an R2 Saji gyuto, but no experience with...

    I have an R2 Saji gyuto, but no experience with the others. I like the knife, but it needed a bit of work out of the box (the front half of the blade was significantly thicker behind the edge than...
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    Those kin knives were made by Takamura and his...

    Those kin knives were made by Takamura and his knives are available from quite a few vendors.
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    You can probably send an email to Koki at JCK or...

    You can probably send an email to Koki at JCK or Mari at Korin and see if they can accommodate you as they both carry knives from saji. Otherwise, the site that shall not be named has some as well.
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    I agree with you on that point danny; this...

    I agree with you on that point danny; this forum's advantage is that there exists both positive and negative feedback. If we take that away, what differentiates this one from the next?
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    mtc kitchen is also there; never checked it out...

    mtc kitchen is also there; never checked it out though so I can't tell you much about their stock or selection
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    Congrats on your purchases. I look forward to...

    Congrats on your purchases. I look forward to your thoughts on the knives.
  25. I'm not sure if you're looking in the right...

    I'm not sure if you're looking in the right places for very honest and critical reviews. I've found this forum to be the best source of unbiased information.
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