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Thread: WTB: 210MM Gyuto, 120-150MM Petty....UK/EU....

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    There is dictum and dieter Schmidt, both based in Germany

    http://www.mehr-als-werkzeug.de/

    http://www.fine-tools.com/


    Swiss shop too


    http://www.japanische-kochmesser.ch

    Wouldn't order in UK as prices are daft most places I've seen

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    Oops, forgot Korin France, hopefully Mari will forgive.....

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    Dieter Schmidt is great for stones. Here's one I forgot Eden Webshops.

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    hi there,

    i live in the EU (austria, to be precise) and usually import duties are calculated as follows:
    base = piece price including shipping cost
    base + import duty (if applicable; approx. +5%) + sales tax (V.A.T.; in GB +20%)

    in europe i know JNS (japanesenaturalstones) in denmark of course, dictum in germany, and then there's a store in london called japanese knife company. they all have webstores...

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    What are Edens stones like?

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    i forgot to mention that sometimes a parcel slips through... but you never know!

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    Oh no!! I forgot about Korin France too!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdm_magic View Post
    What are Edens stones like?
    I got a set to try as they are cheap and hoped they would be good for friends/relatives/beginners. The only one I'd consider using is the finest one, can't remember what grit, 5kish. The others cut slowly, poor feedback, and the grit ratings seem a bit ambitious, the finest one is similar to my chosera 1k maybe a bit finer.

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    pm sent

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    Zwiefel, I bought Tojiro set, which was 200 euro plus 20 for shipping or something like that.

    Came in gift box and was fast.

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