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Thread: WTB 240mm gyuto

  1. #11
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    Hi,

    I have a brand new Hiro AS 240 and I am located in Denmark. I bought it few weeks ago while being in the states, but soon after I purchased two wa-gyuto's which I simply prefer + my girlfriend uses a Hiro AS 180 so I will still have the same steel to play.

    The knife has been used to prepare couple of meals, but I haven't sharpened it yet.

    If you are interested, price is 140$ + shipping and paypal fees.

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    Anyone have a dragon that they're looking to get shot of?

  3. #13
    Check Rakuten no dragon engraving but pretty good value
    Huw
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    My Watanabe is still available. That is one hell of a knife and one that I have not tried very hard to get rid of. Let me know if you are still interested or have any questions.

    Thanks,
    Anthony

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    http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/n.../misono-no113/
    Seems like a great deal. Not 100% positive that it is the same steel as the dragon but it seems that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Fed View Post
    http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/n.../misono-no113/
    Seems like a great deal. Not 100% positive that it is the same steel as the dragon but it seems that way.
    Holy crap Batman - if No. 113 is 240 what the hell is No. 117?

    I may need another Hankotsu at this price - http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/n...ommend_item_en

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    Hoochie Mamma - that's a big knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antbanks View Post
    My Watanabe is still available. That is one hell of a knife and one that I have not tried very hard to get rid of. Let me know if you are still interested or have any questions.

    Thanks,
    Anthony
    Its too expensive for me at the moment!

    Anyone have any experience with the knifes from Rakuten? Everything seems to match up, but even then I'm not sure a £20 difference warrants buying from there vs JCK..

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    For 20 pd difference I would go with JCK. The small business personalized service is always worth a premium, and in this case it is not much.

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