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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    I never claimed the rent was cheap.
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    Got the Moritaka from the member here, hopefully I'll like it - if not, then I guess the rent will be due

    Anyone used one of these and able to tell me what to expect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdm_magic View Post
    Got the Moritaka from the member here, hopefully I'll like it - if not, then I guess the rent will be due

    Anyone used one of these and able to tell me what to expect?
    Hope you've got a good one. Are you familiar with the search engine or Google's 'site:'-function?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benuser View Post
    Hope you've got a good one. Are you familiar with the search engine or Google's 'site:'-function?
    From the pics I've seen it seems to be good. I'm also hoping that someone from here wouldn't sell a lemon.

    I've read most of the stuff on google, but more is always better..

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    I've recently picked up a 210 Moritaka to try the smaller size and to have as a gf/visitor knife. It's not the prettiest knife I own but it is light and nimble. My (homecook) experience has been:

    Pro: Handles very well. Sharpens very well - makes me think I sharpen better than I do. Inexpensive.
    Con: It does not like to be damp. I've learned that if I reach for the knife, to reach for a towel. It will start to rust in the time it takes to lay it down. And did I mention that it's fugly? But no obvious flaws.

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    Have you noticed much staining/tainting of food Dave?

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    Not at all. I made a couple batches of salsa to check just that. It was a used knife with an established patina, don't know how much that was a factor.
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