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    Talking Custom Hiromoto AS, Sakai Ichimonji-Kichikuni, Sakai Yusuke and several other knives.

    I'm bad at making photos, so I have made several videos of knives that I own or have used.

    Custom Hiromoto Tenmi-Jyuraku Series Gyuto 240mm


    Yahoo Fusion 210 Gyuto


    Sakai Ichimonji-Kichikuni Yanagiba 300mm


    Sakai Yusuke Swedish Stainless Wa-Gyuto 240mm


    Tojiro DP Cobalt Alloy by 3-Layers Gyuto 240mm

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    what?

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    What's not to get? He posted some videos of some of his knives.

    Never heard of the Yahoo Fusion before. Profile looks pretty good though. Handle is kinda Cut Brooklyn-esque.
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    I simply posted videos of various knives so it maybe useful for somebody.

    Yahoo Fusion is custom knife made by Polish knifemaker, Janusz "Yahoo" Bladkowski.

    Specification:
    Handle length: 12,3cm
    Handle thickness : 2,31cm
    Handle width: 2,5cm
    Overall length: 33,7cm
    Blade length: 21,02 cm
    Spine thickness at the choil: 3,52mm
    Spine thickness measured at the half of the blade length (10,5cm): 3,42mm
    Spine thickness measured 1 cm from the tip: 1,03 mm
    Edge thickness measured 1mm above edge bevel
    from 0,27mm to 0,22mm
    Weight: 218gram
    Handle material: G10
    Blade hardness: 60 HRC
    Steel: Oil quenched Tool steel NC6 ( in the link below you will find chemical composition)
    http://www.multistal.pl/go.live.php/.../D160/nc6.html










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    no offense I thought you were selling them. Was wondering if you got called away or something. Got a little confused

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    Is this the one you were thinking about having made in an earlier post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    no offense I thought you were selling them. Was wondering if you got called away or something. Got a little confused
    Yeah, I thought the same thing at first. When using the "what's new" link I found this, then afterwards I realized he posted in the media center, not the BST.

    Man that spine looks beastly. Not a lot of taper, but the grind looks promising. How do you like it? Now that you included the maker's name I remember you posting about him before.
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    What? Video number 3 had no tunes? Man.

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    Indeed, the grind is very interesting. At the first glance I was a bit sceptic, about knife capabilities. But it performs extremely well, similar to Sakai Yusuke or Susin Inox Honyaki. Due to the urasuki grind, knife will tend twist left when cutting dense products.

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