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    Suisin INOX Honyaki Santoku 180

    Will post pics later tonight or tomorrow.
    For sale is a Suisin INOX Honyaki Santoku 180.
    Comes w box, saya and all original packaging.
    Very lightly used, Sharpened three times on a gesshin 2k, 4k progression.
    Profile of knife very much intact. Fit and finish is typical Suisin quality, which is to say, very nice.
    Handle and saya have been conditioned with 50/50 mix of tsubaki oil and pure beeswax, they are better than new.
    $250 Shipped CONUS, paypal only.
    Thanks!

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    Very nice, good luck with the sale.

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    that tip looks almost like a gyuto. glws.
    Chewie's the man.

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    yeah, the cool thing about the knife is that it has a much flatter profile than their gyutos in this line (i think, never owned one), making the whole blade useful.

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    price drop $240, shipping and paypal fees included, CONUS

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    $230!

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    ok i get it, santokus are a hard sell around here. someone throw me a reasonable offer!

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    as said on another santouku thread. Try it out on the Bay, they go like hot cakes there.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Yeah, I just can't justify using a santucky. I think they are made for girls. My peers would laugh at me
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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