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    Black Friday - Cyber Monday Re-Handle Blowout Sale!





    Japanese Knife Rehandling Coupon (western style)


    We currently charge $175 per knife for our western rehandle service but for a limited time we're offering for sale coupons that allow for you to get a western rehandle for $125.
    This coupon represents a great value in cost savings.

    You will be buying rehandling coupons (credit) for future rehandling service with our company.

    Coupon (receipt) must accompany knives when sent in for rehandling.

    Coupons may not be used for shipping costs/insurance.

    Coupons can not be converted towards or used for the purchase of products.



    Coupons are for rehandling service labor only. Handle materials such as wood (etc) are not included in the cost of rehandling a knife for the fee of $125. Handle materials are an additional cost not included and/or accounted for here within this offer.

    Coupons can only be used for the exact purpose of the description shown on coupon.

    Coupons are not eligible for cash trade, store credit, or for the purchase of store products.



    Note #1 - Woods being used for rehandling purposes must come from a reputable source that must be pre-approved. We can supply wood selections if needed for an additional cost. Please see our Q & A for Wood Information


    Note #2 - This offer is for Japanese western style knives only. Non-Japanese knives, and wa handled Japanese knives, may be accepted for rehandle/conversion to western however prior approval is required. This offer is NOT for wa handles - western only.

    Note #3 - Any extra blade/bolster/ferrule/handle/tang work required is considered as an extra cost and is not included in this offer.

    Note #4 - We can not guarantee a specific time frame for delivery of rehandle work. When your knife is sent in to claim your coupon your knife will be placed in line and worked on in the order to which we best see fit. Most often this means that we work on orders by date received (that's the date the knife is received in our shop), however, we may need to sometimes go out of order to suit the work flow process. We ask that in purchasing rehandling coupons you understand that you are receiving custom work that can take some time to complete and that you please give us plenty of time to do so. If you're in a rush to get a rehandle done immediately please do not purchase a coupon as we will not be able to meet your expectations.


    *Please see my rehandle gallery. I'd suggest starting at the last page and working backwards to see what I'm capable of doing today.






    Buy 4 (reduced price coupons @ $125 each) and receive a 5th coupon for FREE!

    **That's a savings of $375 - the equivalent of (over) 2 full priced rehandles, meaning you'd be be getting 2 rehandles FREE!




    If you're interested in purchasing rehandle coupons please contact me via PM (or email), including your Paypal email address, and I'll shoot you an invoice directly.


    Thanks,
    Dave











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    Sale runs through Cyber Monday 11/30/2015

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    No Wa-Handles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smurfmacaw View Post
    No Wa-Handles?

    Nope - I only offer wa handles on my own knives, sorry. I do, however, install Stefan Keller & Mikey Riggen made handles on other knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Nope - I only offer wa handles on my own knives, sorry. I do, however, install Stefan Keller & Mikey Riggen made handles on other knives.
    Bummer, I really like the handle on the slicer I bought from you. Awesome wood, terrific workmanship and very comfortable. Only the slicers to use in a bit and I'll have used every single cool knife I own today....my wife thinks I've lost it but hey, how often do you get to do a days work where you can use so many cool tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smurfmacaw View Post
    No Wa-Handles?
    4 words: Martell Hidden Tang Western. They'll make you forget about Wa.
    “Though I could not caution all, I still might warn a few; Don’t lend your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools.” Robert Hunter

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    Just to note that 3rd knife from the top is my wife's Yoshikane 150 SLD petty converted to WA (rosewood burl). It is jaw dropping awesome

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    I wonder if a Shigefusa Kitaeji 240mm wa-Gyuto could be converted to western

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    Blasphemy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    4 words: Martell Hidden Tang Western. They'll make you forget about Wa.
    Hey, I saw that!

    Stefan

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