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    wanted - 240-270 stainless gyuto

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    Budget?

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    This will be a beater, something that will be used around the kitchen in service without the need to wipe down constantly or worry when a co uses it. Something along lines of Suisin Inox, Gesshin Ginga, Kikuichi, Moritaka, Itonnomon etc. Pref wa handled but not a deal breaker.

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    I'd guess $200 +/-

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    Anyone else?

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    You might consider a Hiromoto Gin-3, Misono 440, JCK Kagayaki Basic VG-1. The Hiromoto has the best steel, the Misono by far the best F&F and Kagayaki the best price. All with japanesechefsknife.com
    For European customers it might be interesting to know that JCK has a flat shipping rate of $7 and is most helpful in avoiding HM most zealous customs.

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    Performance wise I would go in that price range for a Hiromoto Aogami Super 270mm gyuto, but if you allow a co-worker to use it, better have the softer Gin-3 instead, in order to limit the damage a bit.

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