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    Blades of the gods......

    Just stumbled across this website(bladesofthegods.com)

    Very strange and interesting indeed..
    P.S apologies if this has been discussed before

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    Those knives look like they'd be uncomfortable to use for any amount of time
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    I'm not even sure if they're supposed to be used,or just enclosed in a glass case...

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    Those knives look like they'd be uncomfortable to use for any amount of time
    I'm just curious - I looked at the chef's knife and I wondered why you thought about this? These knives have got a flashy appearance, but many people here like a little bit of flash not the knives they call plain, and the handles of these knives don't look so great for me but they look round and at least maybe comfortable.

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    $2,550 for a 210?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc2442 View Post
    $2,550 for a 210?
    That's about the same as some other custom makers...

    I'm not saying its a good value, but don't be shocked--

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    Flashy indeed, Though I don't know if they can command the price that they state. Their price ranges touches that of the extremely high end (for me) Japanese knives. They sure are pricing for quality, wither it is a quality product is questionable. But in fairness I don't think that a bunch of knife nerds are their target market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patatas Bravas View Post
    I'm just curious - I looked at the chef's knife and I wondered why you thought about this? These knives have got a flashy appearance, but many people here like a little bit of flash not the knives they call plain, and the handles of these knives don't look so great for me but they look round and at least maybe comfortable.
    Sharp corners on the ferrells, sharp edges on the spine and choil. What's the point of spending all that money then have to knock down the sharp parts yourself?
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    Huge batch 'o bologna.
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    1700$ for a petty and 1650$ for a big chef slicer in same serie. i like how thay value the knives.

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