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    270 gyuto love for sale

    This is san mai with a core of super wear resistant steel and 403 on the out side. The edge on this will patina a little over time.

    The handle is curly sycamore with a paper micarta ferrule.

    I have been using a knife with this steel in my kitchen for some time now and love it. It can be a little hard to sharpen on some water stones. I sharpen this steel with diamond plates with great results.

    Price is $810.00 shipped conus.

    Love and respect

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  2. #2
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    Jun 2011
    Lets see how fast this one goes!

    Beauty looking knife!

    Is this your standard profile?

  3. #3
    Great looking knife! If I hadn't just spent money on another one I would seriously consider purchasing this.

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    Feb 2011
    San Diego, CA
    I really enjoyed using a gyuto with this steel, as well. It really holds an edge a long time even with a lot of board contact. I've been very impressed so far.

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    Mequon, WI
    Beautiful knife Devin, hope it finds a good home soon.

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    choil shot (not the best photo)

    This is ground thin, <.005 and then sharpened. It has a full convex grind and a full distal taper. The spine and choil are rounded.

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    PT sent, if it's still here.

  8. #8
    Ok, that didn't last long.

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    This thing should be a prep monster. Great size, profile, grind and comfort; great reported edge retention from the SWR steel.

    I love my 240 version in Spicy White and I like it so much would order another gyuto in a different size in the PM or SWR steel.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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