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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    We got a winnah!
    Wow that particular blade is the perfect example of a frakenknife. Hey let's take every knife ever produced and combine them all into one package and then put a little black ball on the spine of the blade, duh, winning.

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    Dear lord that thing is horrendous.

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    That Shun cleaver just made me throw up in my mouth.

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    Guy Fieri' Knuckle Sandwich Knives and +1 on the Shun KO cleaver . Is it me or does the KO cleaver look alot like the one above

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    Rachael Ray & Ming Tsai

    Here's Rachael Ray's attempt at the ugliest knife - the Furi!!!

    How about the Shun Ultimate Utility Knife?

    Have you guys caught an episode of Ming Tsai lately? I watched him a couple of times in the past few months and he's been using some new club of a knife, and I can't find out what it is. He's known for using Kyocera ceramics, but this thing is completely different. It's stainless, and I think by Global, but not sure. It's kinda a cross between a gyuto and that hideous Shun Onion cleaver thing. It's shaped like a Beluga whale with a downward curve in the middle of the spine and a big bulbous head above the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    Found a new one! This guy is a full on knife maker(he even says he differentially heat treats stainless), but this knife is BUTT UGLY if I've ever seen one.

    I and a few others had the oppurtunity to check this knife out. If I'm not mistaken it was panned by everyone.

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    I have to go with the Shun ultimate utility but kudos to the Ken Onion line. Those handles could ruin the look of any blade.

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    I dunno, that RR is just about the most eye piercing thing I have seen in a looong time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    I dunno, that RR is just about the most eye piercing thing I have seen in a looong time.
    Yeah, that really is an abomination.
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    I just read the reviews of the "Furi" on Amazon, and they think that is an expensive knife and you get what you pay for. The price? A whole $29.99!!!!
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