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    Kramer Zwilling 10" Chef's Knive arrived

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    Got the new Kramer Zwilling knife today. Some of the pics show it with the real Kramer 9" Chef's knife for comparison. I was very pleasantly surprised with the knife. I was prepared to be a little disappointed but not so. The F&F is excellent. The distal taper is comparable to the real Kramer and the choil and spine are nicely rounded. The OOTB edge is pretty good. Haven't had a chance to sharpen it yet. It's perfectly balanced at the bottom of the bolster and feels very much like the real deal in my hand.

    I tried to get some shots of the choil and spine but the came out like cr@p.
    It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

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    Is the geometry the same?
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    Here's another attempt to get the choil shot. The geometries are very similar.
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    I think Zwilling has a winner on its hands. Since its carbon, you can thin the crap out of it without worrying about the pattern.
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    That's pretty damn close. How big is the gap between the ferrule and the blade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    That's pretty damn close. How big is the gap between the ferrule and the blade?
    I can't see a gap, if I understand you right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    That's pretty damn close. How big is the gap between the ferrule and the blade?
    hm I think I see it too but may be it is just light reflection?

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    Or shadow.
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    I think it's cool that you've got the real deal and one of its clones.

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    on one hand, the real Kramer appears a little thinner ... on the other - the new one is longer ... looks pretty good, though! i'm impressed!

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