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    a 240 @ $215 isn't bad...

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    youre definitely on to something there panda. Lasers all look so similar but konosukes have more curve than others and suisin inox honyakis feel taller too.

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    Taking a look at the specs from JCK and Blueway, it seems like the knives are pretty similar. Furinkazan line runs a bit shorter and very slightly heavier.

    For the 240 suji (JCK - Blueway):
    Spine thickness (mm): 2.4 - 2.2
    Cutting edge length (mm): 230 - 240
    Total Length (mm): 385 - 375
    Weight (g): 106 - 100

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    Gents, I removed the off topic posts in this thread. Please feel free to disagree- but there is no reason to do so disagreeably.

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    Agree, it smells of Sakai Yusuke... and that ain't a bad smell at all...

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    What's wrong with machi gaps? I rather like the look on a laser.

    All I can say is when JCK puts out new product that isn't vg10, I'm happy to see it....they really love vg10.
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    if only the look was a little better then maybe the price would be justified. will it be a great hit? in terms of performance? hopefully someone gets one and reviews it or does a passaround.=D
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    Gents, I removed the off topic posts in this thread. Please feel free to disagree- but there is no reason to do so disagreeably.
    Well done. How what was said in the first comment here, by Franz, caused such a reaction from one other member and led to a mod to step in I'll never know. But it was completely out of line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    What's wrong with machi gaps? I rather like the look on a laser.

    All I can say is when JCK puts out new product that isn't vg10, I'm happy to see it....they really love vg10.
    i know the gaps dont bother alot of people, but theyre pretty uncomfortable for me.

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    I'm not a fan of gaps on knives. There's only one thing I want with a gap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    I'm not a fan of gaps on knives. There's only one thing I want with a gap.
    Hahahaha
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