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    Senior Member marc4pt0's Avatar
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    Man, I saw this and immediately recognized the knife. Instantly my reaction was "the f*#!*#g suuuuucks". Seriously, I said this out loud with my dog just starting at me.
    But that's awesome that Pierre is all over it! Very impressive!

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    pierre's the man!

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    how is it that the handle breaks and the blade is fine? lol

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    Its a problem with dense burls... Many, many fracture lines. I have had some cracks, but yet a clean break.


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    Quote Originally Posted by franzb69 View Post
    pierre's the man!
    +1
    Super Cool
    If "Its" and "Buts" was candy and nuts, we'd all have a Merry Christmas
    -Cleon "Slammin'" Salmon

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    Wow that's awesome, uber service.

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    “I have been working to select steels, profiles, and grind geometry, to create a kitchen knife, that is functional, durable, and has great edge retention. Paired with handle materials to create a knife to last a lifetime.”

    Can't beat that ! And to boot awesome service !

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    Pierre, I know shipping into canada can present some problems. Is there something I should label the package as to expedite the customs process? I've read "Kitchen knife" can get it held up for a bit.

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    Kitchen knife is fine. Mark it "return for service" or sharpening.


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    marking it as warranty work also seems to help. lots of ways to do it, just make sure you use USPS and not a courier, such as FedEx or UPS, will always get slammed for brokerage

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