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    Senior Member EdipisReks's Avatar
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    Is it alright if I get this to UCMD, next, instead of Chuckles? UCMD works in the building adjacent to mine, so it would save a lot of shipping back and forth...

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    Is it alright if I get this to UCMD, next, instead of Chuckles? UCMD works in the building adjacent to mine, so it would save a lot of shipping back and forth...
    As long as Chuckles is okay with it, it's fine by me.

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    i sent him a PM.

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    No problem for me. I will be between jobs for the weekend so it will actually be better this way.

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    Will pick up knife Friday from edipisreks and ship Monday. Chuckles I need mailing address.

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    Any more reviews?

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    Just done using knife for week. Will ship Wednesday. Review to follow.

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    This is a pretty good all around, middle weight knife. Fit and finish was top notch. Edge taking was very good and edge holding was good. It could have been thinner behind the edge, if you ask me but it was still a good cutter. I'd say it is well suited to a fairly abusive kitchen. Given the other choices available in the sturdy, stainless knife category (Suisin Inox Western, Gesshin Uraku, etc), I'd say its a bit pricey. The Korin sharpening job was much cleaner this time around than the butcher job that was done on the Togiharu passaround. Nevertheless, there was still a slight hole in the edge toward the heel and it looked no finer than 400 grit, I'd say. To make it a more standard comparison, I refined on a 1k followed by the Mizuyama 6k also from Korin.

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    I will ship Monday. Daveb is next?

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