These articles are why bob makes the dough. If any of the knifemakers here got an CI article, they couldnt handle the amount of business.
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I'm with Mateo, if you have read one mass media profile of Kramer you have read them all. Always making a big deal about his ABS mastersmith rating which has nothing to do with food prep blades. I was impressed when Murray Carter passed the test with one of his own kitchen knives though. That was probably a first for the ABS.
BTW, at least no one with a Kramer has complained that their handles fall off. LOL
I like the article, and Im happy for Bob that he is doing well.
We should all be happy for focus on kitchen knives, cause the more are interested the better knives is produced!
I love Bob Kramer for the marketing he is doing for all of us.
For that, I tip my hat to Mr. Kramer and say Thank You and I am happy for Your success, as the benefits will trickle down to others who are in or want to get into the market (yours truly included) and who share the philosophy that to succeed, you don't stop at any level, have to always try to improve your work, no matter how good it is.
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"How do you know Carter did it with a kitchen knife?"
Murray told me he did. As for the handles coming off, I'm not sure Kramer has ever tried a Wa handle. I would be surprised if any high end maker's western style slab handles ever came off.