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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I thought the wa version was 19c27.
    Yes, Kanetsune/Inazuma are listed as 19c27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Gibson View Post
    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.
    I use one on the line, panda has seen it. Its not terrible its a D shape, I am getting my rehandled though. But for $50 bucks shipped and vg-10 blade the geometry of the balde is nice on the 210 suji.

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    I picked up 2 of the Tojiro slicers and the last (ordered 2 but could only get one) of the utilities. I am going to make my first handles.... figured i could give them away when i am done. Worst case i can but the old handle back....
    Also, over $49 shipping is free...

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    Let me know when you go to get rid of one. I'd like to get one of the 210 Pettys.
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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    I have a 210 White #2 Tadatsuna suji/petty that I have no intention of parting with, but the Takeda Sasanoha 210mm on that one website looks pretty great. it's a tall suji, and the kurouchi is good for line work.
    -Matt

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    AS you mentioned 180mm, do be aware that some makers make the handles smaller for this size. I prefer the regular size handles on the 180mm for the western handle version.

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    Suisin Inox 240 suji is pretty solid as a line slicer and a line knife in general, good enough for David Chang to use all up on The Mind Of A Chef series. And around 125 ish.

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    cutleryandmore just stopped carrying tojiro zen 210mm suji / petty

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