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    Im stil waiting on it. i had a friend chef in the states testing it. it needs some thining cuz it came pretty wedgy from takeda. also gonna have a saya made for it before i do a passaround on it.

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    sweet videos. that knife looks killer!
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    sweet videos. that knife looks killer!

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    Awesome job.
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    Cheers

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    Hate to revive an old thread. Magnus is there anything you would do different if you had the chance to do it again? Would you still get a takeda seeing how you had to send it back after receiving it? Your profile is exactly what i have been looking for.

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    Own Design Takeda 240 Gyuto

    Nice handwork Magnus no doubt. It does look and sound like your applying a decent amount of force on the blade to make the cuts. My Takeda Banno had thick secondary bevels, though sharp as hell. That's the reason I finally passed it on. These days I have such a light hand on my knives, I'm just a busy home cook and can take the time to keep fresh edges. Nice hand work Mr M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    Nice handwork Magnus no doubt. It does look and sound like your applying a decent amount of force on the blade to make the cuts. My Takeda Banno had thick secondary bevels, though sharp as hell. That's the reason I finally passed it on. These days I have such a light hand on my knives, I'm just a busy home cook and can take the time to keep fresh edges. Nice hand work Mr M.
    That isn't Magnus in the vids. He sent it to a chef buddy to put it through the paces.
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