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    Probably made in the same place. Different blade profile though.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...santoku-knives

    Is this the same knife with different handle ?
    Looks like it. Never underestimate the power of lending one's name to a product.

    M


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    the profiles are quite different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    But you get free shipping....
    My favorite thing about Sur La Table is how they always display the "value" of the item in question (in this case $2,100) next to the price ($1,800). Very helpful to know you are getting a great deal and coming out ahead on every transaction.

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    So @ $1800 for a factory made, how much more would it be to get a real handmade carbon (non damascus) Kramer??

    (Kind of reminds me of the old professional athlete adage, if you make two hundred million dollars, are you really richer than if you made 100 million?)

    Point is, if you've got 2 g's to drop on a knife, than you've probably got 3 or 4 g's, too....so who is this targeted towards?
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    i would say it's targeted at people who want to buy "the ultimate cutlery gift."

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    Here is a person I use a lot in my lectures (I hold one this week for a rather large audience)...

    Joshua Bell!


    When I ask my audience about who this is, nobody knows. And then I tell them who he is.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshua_Bell

    And then I go into the washington Post experiment...



    Then I sum up..

    Its all about branding and marketing.

    I hope I see my fav makers come together and starting to brand and marketing. This place is not a webstore, this is a forum. Huge difference...

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    Nice. My custom damascus integrals are less than that. I guess it's time for a raise.

    -M

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    Oivind

    Not sure what your talking about.

    I recognized Joshua Bell immediately, ive seen him numerous times with Chicago symphony orchestra, there is nothing wrong with his branding, he paid $4 million for his violin !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Rader View Post
    Nice. My custom damascus integrals are less than that. I guess it's time for a raise.

    -M
    Maybe you need to start engraving "1 of 1" on them.
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