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Thread: FS : Sakai Ichimonji Kichikuni 210MM & 240MM Blue #2 Wa-Gyutos

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    Exclamation FS : Sakai Ichimonji Kichikuni 210MM & 240MM Blue #2 Wa-Gyutos

    Here are the specs and price for the 210MM :

    -blade length/tip to heel---200mm
    -blade length/tip to handle---212mm
    -total length---350mm
    -blade height at heel---47mm
    -blade thickness---4mm
    -weight---190gr
    -price---$410











    240MM :

    -blade length/tip to heel---233mm
    -blade length/tip to handle---245mm
    -total length---395mm
    -blade height at heel---50mm
    -blade thickness---3.7mm
    -weight---220gr
    -price---$450











    Prices include shipping anywhere in the world. Please contact me via PM if interested, thank you.

    Ferry
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    I bought a ichimonji kichikuni honyaki from Ferry and it was one of the best performing Gyutos I've tried, a really great combination of ease of cutting and food release, these look to have a similar geometry. Very tempting GLWS
    Huw
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    Yes yes, they are great cutters as I have one 210mm in my possession. They have thick spines but thin behind the edge and have some heft to them.

    Thanks for the kind words, buddy.
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    Still for sale.
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    OT. Are you just up, or are you heading to bed? Probably the latter given that you are on the other side of the coast :-).

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    I'm just up haha, doing breakfast shift at my workplace today. Way too early, mate!
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    Bump!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    I bought a ichimonji kichikuni honyaki from Ferry and it was one of the best performing Gyutos I've tried, a really great combination of ease of cutting and food release, these look to have a similar geometry. Very tempting GLWS
    Ferry, I think VonB has quite good taste in gyuto. (Lord knows, he's tried enough in his time too.) How are these two for sale compared to what Huw used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asteger View Post
    Ferry, I think VonB has quite good taste in gyuto. (Lord knows, he's tried enough in his time too.) How are these two for sale compared to what Huw used?
    The profile and grind are almost similar but there are still major differences.

    Mainly, the spine is thinner, more common magnolia handle and lighter. The one that I am using is a great cutter, I like it better than my Yusuke Swedish stainless. Guess I am more into heavier knives.

    The damascus looks better in real life, the pattern has more pop and nicer pattern than most other Japanese knife brands.

    The Blue #2 get sharp and good retention, too.

    Ferry
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