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    Disappointed from my knife Miyabi 600s

    I buy my first knife last week for 110$ and I feel like the knife not worth the money, feel like a knife not enough sharp.
    should I go and take my money back or give to the knife one more chance?

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    What aren't you happy about?

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    honestly I think you can get a better knife than a Miyabi for 110 where did you get it from?

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    I hoped that the knife will be more sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoqaVin View Post
    honestly I think you can get a better knife than a Miyabi for 110 where did you get it from?
    from inporter of zwilling .
    those are the prices in Israel.

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    what is the size on this?

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    ^

    8 inch

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    return, buy a Carbonext from JCK and ask Koki to make sure it comes sharp for similar money. If you want a stainless get the Kagayaki basic.

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    hm so a 210mm pretty much can you return is still maybe JCK is a good spot for you since your in Isreal Japanesechefknives.com

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    Hmm, if I remember correctly this is the Morimoto edition. I recall it being softish at 57hrc...probably a good candidate for frequent ceramic rodding.

    Knives ootb usually are less than stellar. Fresh steel should be exposed with an initial sharpening. Do you have a stone?
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