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    Perhaps post a request in the b/s/t these sort of knives pop up there every now and again, and someone's probably got one hanging around that they could part with.

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    What is your price point ideally? If you are really short on cash you could get a 210 mm Tojiro Zen for like $40 which is the same as the Tojiro DP line just the wa handle isn't to great.

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    40 dollars? Please link this thing. I was thinking between 150 and 250
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    I just saw the tojiro zen lol! 40 dollars for a 210 petty! Insane, has anyone bought one of these things yet? I wonder how bad the handle is on it.
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    On youtube there is a video of a tojiro zen santoku the handle looks okay espically for the price

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    heres a cool looking swedish steel suji 240 jon just put up on his site...the price is right
    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...-sujihiki.html

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    It doesn't even say who made that knife! It looks pretty sweet though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Gibson View Post
    It doesn't even say who made that knife!
    It's an OEM blade offered by lots of companies, e.g. Yoshihiro, Kanetsune, Takayuki to name but a few. They have a pretty good reputation.

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    It's an OEM blade offered by lots of companies, e.g. Yoshihiro, Kanetsune, Takayuki to name but a few. They have a pretty good reputation.
    afaik, the wa versions are in aeb-l. the yo handles are vg10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franzb69 View Post
    afaik, the wa versions are in aeb-l. the yo handles are vg10.
    I thought the wa version was 19c27.

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