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Thread: WTB: 210 Workhorse

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    WTB: 210 Workhorse

    I've retired an old 210 workhorse, and I'm in need of a new one. I beat the snot out of this knife, so I don't need anything ridiculous expensive. I prefer something light and thin, handle isn't THAT important. I have both wa and western knives and I don't prefer one over the other. I'm basically looking for a lightly used 210, maybe something someone purchased and it isn't right for them. The only exception is Moritaka. I'm not open to that. Thanks for the help!

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    I got a Suisin inox honyaki 210 mm gyuto.
    Never sharpened , only lightly using in sushi bar for one shift.
    Too short for my need, let me know if u r interest .

    Thanks
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamwalker View Post
    I got a Suisin inox honyaki 210 mm gyuto.
    Never sharpened , only lightly using in sushi bar for one shift.
    Too short for my need, let me know if u r interest .

    Thanks
    Michael
    How much?
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    $250 by paypal with inuranced to Conus.

    Thanks
    Michael

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    While that's a killer deal, it's a tad out of the price range for now. I was talking more along the lines (as an example) of a Suisin Inox 210. Not the Honyaki line. Thank you though.
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    I have a Togiharu Molybdenum 210mm Gyuto I am willing to part with. Its only been used in a home environment so the blade is in good shape (sharpened about 9 times with a lefty bias), however there is a flaw in the handle. It was damaged by heat (when used without permission) so the resin handle is slightly disfigured on the bottom. You don't notice it when you are holding the knife or looking at it from the side but when you look at the underside you can see the damage. The only reason I am parting with it is because its aesthetically damaged. I love the profile of this blade and would probably replace it with another Togiharu if I sold this one.

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    How about a Yoshikane SLD 210 wa-gyuto with saya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinster View Post
    How about a Yoshikane SLD 210 wa-gyuto with saya?
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    I am asking $45 dollars.

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    I have an Aritsugu A-Type with saya sitting in a drawer. Haven't touched it in years.
    Anthony

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