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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    Should I go away if I actually kind of like the lines on this...?


    Ummm... Well- all I'm gonna say is: 'I really like their scissors... Make more scissors!'

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    Their scissors are comfortable and cut beautifully, if their knives do the same they may be great for regular folks (non knuts). Until I hold one Ill try not to judge. I don't see much Japanese influence on their Japanese knives though, looks Scandinavian through and through.

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    Aw, I wish all my knives had a full-height bolster. Or cross guard. Or quillon. Or tsuba. Or whatever that huge chunk of metal is on the Wusthof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    Should I go away if I actually kind of like the lines on this...?
    Not gonna lie... I don't loathe their yanagiba. Lol. It wouldn't be my first (or 15th) choice when buying one... but I don't hate it.

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    Another masterpiece from the King of Krap, Laurence Segal.
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    nice looking handle is all I can say about it. I am not a fan of the back sweep(?) on the blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    Not gonna lie... I don't loathe their yanagiba. Lol. It wouldn't be my first (or 15th) choice when buying one... but I don't hate it.
    We can be accomplices in crime then....

    The yanagi kind of looks like an incredibly long honesuki. I doubt it has a hollow back, so maybe it is just a really long honesuki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The hekler View Post
    Their scissors are comfortable and cut beautifully, if their knives do the same they may be great for regular folks (non knuts). Until I hold one Ill try not to judge. I don't see much Japanese influence on their Japanese knives though, looks Scandinavian through and through.
    They don't. It's cheap knives in really cheap steels. They - used - to have decent steel back in the days, but now it's basically rubbish.
    Atleast on their standard-line. I have no idea about the fuzion, but as they don't even know what the knives they produce really are, i doubt it's any better

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