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    Nice knife. I love V2...when done properly, of course.
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    Agreed, the Kochi V2 I thought was very well done...I've not tried their Blue 2.
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    knife is sold. fwiw i really liked the miz. im just more of a 55-56mm heel height kind of guy. if you can hang with 50-51mm heel height, then miz is the way to go. i really liked its retention, sharpness and profile. only negative at all would be reactive cladding, which may improve with a built up patina. i cant stand patina so i kept it as clean as i could. im really surprised how much love the ks gets over mizuno. theyre priced closely, but i much prefer miz.

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    Glad I'm not the only one. gratz with sale.
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    The reactivity of the cladding is the only downside on this knife in my opinion. I want another but I have a low tolerance for brown onions and cabbage.

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    i do too much "on the fly" cutting at work to keep up with it. got a feeling im going to miss this knife big time though

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-rat View Post
    The reactivity of the cladding is the only downside on this knife in my opinion. I want another but I have a low tolerance for brown onions and cabbage.
    after seeing all the Miz pics lately, I want to get one again.

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    I really have not had a problem at all with brown onions, or even cabbage. Did a ton of cabbage for st. pat's day. Not sure if I just have had a great amount of patina build up. But never have had anykind of problem at all.
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    yeah. i didnt have food discoloration problems. i really just like taller knives in general.

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