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    Nenohi/Nenox Event



    Nenohi Event Details
    • Dates: 12/14 to 12/16 (Saturday, Sunday, Monday)
    • Hours: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    • Location: The Korin Showroom (57 Warren st.)

    In-store & Online Event Perks
    • Free initial knife sharpening by Mr. Sawada on all Nenohi/Nenox knives during the hours of the event
    • 15% off all Nenohi/Nenox knives and a FREE Nenohi knife cover.
      - Offer is valid only during the hours of the event in-store and valid online for full 3 days of the event.
      - Offer cannot be combined with other promotions.

    In-stores Only
    • Q&A Sessions with Mr. Sawada
    • FREE RAFFLE TICKETS TO WIN A NENOX PETTY KNIFE UNTIL 4:30PM
      - Prize: A NENOX PETTY OF YOUR CHOICE. (Up to $405 value)
      - Free raffle tickets will be given out until 4:30pm.
      - An extra raffle ticket will be given to those who purchase a Nenohi/Nenox knife during the event.
      - Winners will be announced at the end of each day throughout the event!

    I hope some of you will stop by!
    Thank you for reading.

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    I'll be there Monday, sounds like it will be fun...that and some great knife deals
    thanks
    Colin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Niloc View Post
    I'll be there Monday, sounds like it will be fun...that and some great knife deals
    thanks
    Colin
    Chef Niloc do you have a Nenohi?

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    Had my eyes on a few Nenohi/Nenox's, I've been holding out for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nmko View Post
    Had my eyes on a few Nenohi/Nenox's, I've been holding out for this.
    I have never heard much on the Nenohi front about these knives

    you know much nmko?

    do they have traditional wa handles?

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    Traditional wa handles, single bevels, carbon... westerns are stainless.

    I handled a wa kiritsuke Nenohi a few months ago and it was something else. The western handles sit very well in my hand and I've been wanting a green handled nenox gyuto since i first saw them... at first i was like "thats hideous" then i thought "hideously sexy!" so I held out to see if my opinion/perception would change... I still want one

    Colin has a few Nenox's iirc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoqaVin View Post
    Chef Niloc do you have a Nenohi?
    Not a not a J style straight Nenohi but a few Nenohi/Nenox's







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    hows the edge retention?

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    I have two and really like them both. Cant speak about the g series but the corian and s-1 i believe have the same steel and are great for a pro kitchen. i havent found them to be that hard to sharpen as some people say and i like the edge retention. I think they are a little overpriced but with the discount it will be nice. i use a 240 corian suji for just about everything very versitle knife and takes a beating. Im gonna try to make it down on sunday and buy myself an early christmas gift

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Niloc View Post
    Not a not a J style straight Nenohi but a few Nenohi/Nenox's






    Oh wow! I didn't know Nenox made cleavers. Very cool.

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