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Thread: Looking to get a kiridashi, any recommendations?

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    Looking to get a kiridashi, any recommendations?

    Budget of around 50$ USD.

    Looking for a right-hand single bevel kiridashi. Looking for it to be 18-24mm width and preferably a simple design.


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    Okeya comes to mind for something cheap, comes in all different sizes and bout as simple as it gets. Search EBay or Cktg has them.


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    Robin Daman makes some once in a while. I have one from an early batch, nothing fancy, thing takes a crazy edge. I don't know if he has any in Stock right now though

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    Robin dalman, cheap mine was free #xbestfriends #</3 #fml #takemeback but it performs exceedingly well, takes a stupid edge and is good for anything from woodwork to pastry. If not I'd go to ck tg or some site and buy a cheap carbon steel one.
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    Thanks for replies, I will take a look.

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    Aframestokyo has a couple from a Sanjo maker that look nice. Cheap commonly available brands from Miki work fine too if you can invest some stone work.


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