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    I have tried mine as both a soaker and a splash...

    I have tried mine as both a soaker and a splash and go and much prefer the feel and feedback after it has had a 15 minute soak.
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    Pm on the utility knife.

    Pm on the utility knife.
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    Bourbon night here too larceny followed by eagle...

    Bourbon night here too larceny followed by eagle rare and a little bit of old potrero rye for good measure.
  4. Nice to see sheffields knife makers at work a...

    Nice to see sheffields knife makers at work a pity that they have all but died out.
    I think the vid may need subtitles though as I only just understood what they were saying and Im from yorkshire.
  5. The one that got me onto Japanese knives was a...

    The one that got me onto Japanese knives was a mac utility. My first high perfOrmance was a 210 mm carbonext gyuto.
  6. I found the best thing for extending the life of...

    I found the best thing for extending the life of the edge on this knife was my diamond loaded felt strop.
  7. I have owned the thin 240mm gyuto in this range...

    I have owned the thin 240mm gyuto in this range for just over a month.
    Apart from the need to round the spine and choil and sharpen up how I wanted it I haven;'t had any problems with the fit and...
  8. Thread: Chosera Stones?

    by Flee
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    I agree i go straight from a king 1200 to my...

    I agree i go straight from a king 1200 to my chosera 5000 and find that jump fine the choseras don't take long to polish out the coarser scratches.
    I would get a higher grit finishing stone instead....
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    Yes the taper to the tip starts quite late on my...

    Yes the taper to the tip starts quite late on my knife. It sharpens really fast and cuts really well I've not had any wedging or sticktion problems so far. I like the profile on this blade with quite...
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    A 240mm thinner option gyuto just arrived...

    A 240mm thinner option gyuto just arrived yesterday. I will see if I can get some pictures up later initial impressions are very good there seems to be no issues with the finish apart from the not...
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    They look very similar to he kochi knives that...

    They look very similar to he kochi knives that Japanese knife imports carry

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/kitchen-knives/kochi-240mm-kurouchi-wa-gyuto.html#
  12. Thread: What to buy

    by Flee
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    I ordered my carbonext gyuto with the ES option...

    I ordered my carbonext gyuto with the ES option and realised what a waste of money it was when the standard factory edge on my Blazen was better.
    I managed to get it much sharper myself and it was...
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    By the way I Forgot to mention this is the...

    By the way I Forgot to mention this is the version with base so hopefully shouldn't crack.
    I bought a naniwa 8000 snow white from the same seller a couple of weeks ago and had been keeping my eyes...
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    Uk based bargain on Chosera 5000

    I have just purchased a Chosera 5000 grit stone from eBay.co.uk for 39.99 plus 4.99 postage.
    I know that this may not seem the best bargain to all out there but is very cheap for the uk.
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  15. Thread: Routers!

    by Flee
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    I had a similar Problem my router was a supposed...

    I had a similar Problem my router was a supposed 100 mbps model and struggled to get to 9 Mbps even using a single wired connection with wifi switched off. I upgraded my router and now get the full...
  16. I have just started to get into japanese knives...

    I have just started to get into japanese knives and am in the UK like you.
    I got a couple of end grain maple boards of a company called woodetto in the UK.

    They aren't up to the standards of the...
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