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    Mazaki 180 Gyuto BNIB Free Shipping

    If you missed JNS’ 3 day Mazaki sale, here’s a chance to get a 180 gyuto at the 15% off price. I’ll eat the CONUS shipping (up to..$20.00?). Cool knife. Kinda santoku-ish. A little too much overlap with my current lineup.

    Obviously, never used. Just “fondeled”, photo’d and put back in da box.
    Act quickly, I’ll probably ship it back to DK by mid week.

    $223.00

    http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com...i-gyuto-180mm/

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/3mSb4slMU6Ss19BZ2


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    Love that gyuto. GLWS


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    My wife used the mazaki 180 for the first time this weekend and she cussed me out! For her it was the sharpest knife ever and too scary to use LOL! Her go to knife is Takamura R2 and I guess the extra weight of the knife gives the impression of sharper knife. GLWS

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    I never understood the people who get "scared" by a sharp knife...my girlfriend told me she was afraid to handle most of our knives, tho not because they are very sharp, but because she's afraid to damage them. I reminded her they are made of steel and wood and to get over it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by StonedEdge View Post
    I never understood the people who get "scared" by a sharp knife...my girlfriend told me she was afraid to handle most of our knives, tho not because they are very sharp, but because she's afraid to damage them. I reminded her they are made of steel and wood and to get over it lol
    until she leaves a carbon in the sink :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by inzite View Post
    until she leaves a carbon in the sink :P
    The day that happens it's over and I'm keeping the dog!

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    Your wives are willing to pick up a knife and cut something, means they actually cook. Mine only watches hockey and plays video games and ask when dinner is ready.

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    Well at least she enjoys watching hockey, an underappreciated sport.

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    $200

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    Not NIB anymore. Think i’ll Use it.. still will consider sales, pm me...i’ll Be gentle..


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