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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue108 View Post
    Here is another thread about the Masamoto AEB-L. It doesn't definitively identify the steel as AEB-L but there is more evidence.

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...Wa-Gyuto-240mm
    Thanks for that!
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    Its definitely aeb-l. Korin confirmed it a few monthes back.

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    Thanks Craig. With the KS's profile and AEB-L, this should be an amazing knife, assuming proper heat treatment, which it's probably safe to assume from Masamoto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    Its definitely aeb-l. Korin confirmed it a few monthes back.
    Thank you for the clarification, much appreciated.

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    Price drop to $370!

    Someone pls buy this, thank you.

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    This one knife I would want to get especially with the blond ferrule, but I can't justify it right now.

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    Pls get a loan and buy it
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    Bump!
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    Ok everyone, price drop to $340 shipped anywhere in the world.

    Ferry
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