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  1. #11
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    The Kanetsugu Pro M is a nice blade. Even the 240 is thin & light. I would imagine the 210 even more so. I think they still come with a wooden saya another plus. They have a good grind on them & are pretty easy to sharpen. The steel is on par with the Fujiwara. For a western handle it is comfortable.

    I have a friend that bought the 240mm & uses it at Hoku's kitchen over a year now. It does not get much press here as it is an inexpensive blade, a lot of bang for the buck. For inexpensive stainless the Carbonext also sharpens well. For a 210 I would go a little over your 100.00 to get a lot better knife.

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    Have you had a chance to take a look at JKI new western handle stainless gesshin line? Got to check them out in person a little while back, they are well made knives with high quality standards and fit your description of "simple, decent, stainless western knives" within your price point.

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...-specials.html

    Good luck in your search!

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