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    Red face If you are looking for Twin Cermax Utility Knifes...

    Cutlery & More has a pretty good deal on 5" and 6" version.
    p.s I am not affiliated with them

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    yup, sale's been on for quite a few months now; I picked one up in september

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    Cool. Thanks.

    -AJ

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    Pretty good deal? That is hella cheap!

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    Oh, I just saw it and grabbed it. I wonder how it'll work on my stones.

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    I pulled the trigger on the 5". I don't need one but the price was too good to be true and I am excited about trying a PM steel. Handle looks wonky to me though.

    -AJ

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    Damn, how is the paring knife $120 when the utility is $50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    I pulled the trigger on the 5". I don't need one but the price was too good to be true and I am excited about trying a PM steel. Handle looks wonky to me though.

    -AJ
    The 5" is SUPER handle heavy and the blade itself is pretty curvy. That being said, it's a nice knife, gets darn sharp and holds a nice edge

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    I've been watching these for the past couple months and have really been hoping the paring knife would drop due to its profile. Outside of a gyuto and a good paring, i don't have much use for a 5-6" utility...

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    I would give the thumbs up to the 240mm, but a serious +1 on anything less being handle heavy......
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