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    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I think it is an artful knife, which the pattern that Bob made is awesome and complex. It shows how much can be achieved through twisting, bending and folding of metal. In that respect, it is a beautiful knife.

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    I'll agree with that!
    Too busy for some, but a great display of what can be done with Damascus
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    While these knives are fully functional and are meant to be used, we would categorize them as functional art. They do not possess the same level of extreme flexibility as seen on the Kramer Knives segment on CBS. This knife is built to cut fruits, vegetables, boneless meat and fish. It is not meant to cut bolts, bones, frozen food, coconuts and especially not frozen coconuts.
    Oh my, looks like hes had some Darwin Awards winners for buyers lately.

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    this knife cannot cut frozen coconuts? Well then I'm glad someone beat my $14,500 bid

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    Especially not frozen coconuts!

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    What's it up to? I'm not about to give Kramer my card number to find out.

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    Still a reasonable $16,100. 13 hours and 17 minutes left to sell your kidneys!

    53 bids.
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    It must be a damn good feeling to sit back and watch that number rise.....I envy Bob.

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    It's good to be the King.


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    How many millionaire foody's can be out there?? This has to stop at some point no?? Maybe 10 years from now but the Kramer craze has to come to a end some day, don't it?

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