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    $75 EBay Gift Card - what to buy?

    Gimme some ideas guys

    1. It has to be a kitchen knife
    2. I Prefer to be below 210mm.

    The rest I am flexible on. I wouldn't mind paying bit more for something special, so give me some ideas

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    Cleaver? Lol. Sorry, had to
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmadams13 View Post
    Cleaver? Lol. Sorry, had to
    lol:P no cleavers

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    how about a deba?

    http://www.ebay.com/*********

    or a yamawaku gyuto?

    http://www.ebay.com/**********





    EDIT - Sorry , live auction links are not allowed

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    [QUOTE=chinacats;169466]how about a deba?

    http://www.ebay.com/*********

    or a yamawaku gyuto?

    http://www.ebay.com/********


    the second one looks interesting.. how does it compare to this? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Japanese-TOJ...item35c32f5795





    EDIT - Sorry , live auction links are not allowed

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    Tanaka petty still love mine. I see they now have a western handle for it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptolemy View Post
    the second one looks interesting.. how does it compare to this? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Japanese-TOJ...item35c32f5795
    I think you will find the Yamawaku to be the better made knife. The Tojiro shirogami can suffer from overgrinds (personal experience) and the kuruouchi comes off rather easily--I've not heard that about the Yamawaku. In fact there was a passaround Yamawaku recently here that people seemed to enjoy...good knife for the money. That being said there are many happy Tojiro users--I am not one of them.

    Here is a recent thread about a passaround Yamawaku nakiri that may be helpful...

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...light=yamawaku
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    that tojiro look a lot like the ITK series. don't get it.

    the yamawaku would be better.

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    Sorry about the auction links...
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