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Thread: FSOT: Coticule + Coticule Slurry

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    FSOT: Coticule + Coticule Slurry

    I got this a while back on another forum but can't sell it there due to their post count rules.
    I used it twice but can't seem to get used to it for knives.

    Here are the specs. This is not the natural slate but glued together type.

    large: 4 7/8" x 1 5/8" small: 3 1/8" x 1 3/16"

    Coticule about 9mm on large and on small from 6mm to 9mm. Grit approx 8000 and it works nicely. I tried it both times as a prepolisher before using 12k stone to finish.

    for trade, I am looking for a 12" carbon steel fry pan (preferably seasoned), OXO tongs with silicone ends, and/or, Henckels pure silicone turner. Thanks

    otherwise $80 shipped in USA and $85 outside (if you want tracking outside USA, it would be around $25 more for priority mail)


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    sold! thanks to the buyer

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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    I have to ask, did you get a de Buyer pan? They are incredible pieces!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    I have to ask, did you get a de Buyer pan? They are incredible pieces!
    No, not yet, it was a direct sale. I am considering 1 of them right now. It's so hard to differentiate between them and Paderno one but seems most go with De Buyer.

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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    When in doubt, go with tried and true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    When in doubt, go with tried and true.
    Indeed

    Update: package shipped, tracking pmed to the new owner, support $ donated. thanks to all

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    i would honestly get the Lodge carbon steel pan over De Buyer or Paderno.

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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    Say what? Ha
    Why is that? I'm always up for being learned
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    Senior Member EdipisReks's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Say what? Ha
    Why is that? I'm always up for being learned
    they are at least as well made, and they are made in the USA. the 12" Lodge is also only $41 on Amazon. that is a combo that is very hard to beat. i adore Lodge. the only cast iron i have that is better than my 1990s Lodge is my 1950s Lodge, and the only stuff better than that is my 1850s WC Davis and Co. the only Griswold i own is accessory (specialized stuff, for corn bread, etc), so i can't compare that. anyway, long story short, Lodge is awesome, buy Lodge.

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    The Lodge CRS12 is 12 gauge (2.65mm) steel.
    The Paderno pans have shallow sides that steeply sloped like a sauce pan.
    The de Buyer pans are 3mm thick with "Lyon" shaped gently sloped sides and a higher handle offset.
    The de Buyer pans will outlast the others 4 to 1.

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