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    NICE.

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    might be worth it for the serrated blades! after all, the Western and Asian knives will come back serrated, so they should at least have that one down pat.

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    EEeek!
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    I wonder how many Zwilling Kramers will get thrashed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    might be worth it for the serrated blades! after all, the Western and Asian knives will come back serrated, so they should at least have that one down pat.
    Actually, you do have a point there. I HATE sharpening serrated blades.

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    it's fairly easy to say no sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Actually, you do have a point there. I HATE sharpening serrated blades.
    it's easy with a tapered ceramic rod.

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    haha, they offered me a job there. they needed someone to sell knives that knew what they were talking about. needless to say i turned them down

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    i wonder how many pennies tall the "perfect angle" on their "professional sharpening machine" is.

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