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    The black kitchen mistress

    Some knives i ran across, thoughts?
    they do have some interesting folder mechanism.

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    more here it's worth a look.
    http://www.scorpiodesign.de/kitchen-mistress?lang=en
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    I've seen this guys work before. Very cool stuff, and also very pretty.

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    Hmm. I don't like the blade profiles but the seamless transition part sounds interesting.

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    Personally don't like at all the first blade looks like a water melon (pattern) and the second although innovative is not appealing (to me) also moving parts equals greater potential for failure/breakage.

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    Those handles and some profiles look funny. Maybe OK for MOMA but I just can't see it be very well received in pro kitchen environment.

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    The folding technology is cool, but most folders I find the handle too small anyway, (anything less then a 5 inch blade). The kitchen knives? Way too expensive, few master blacksmiths can get away with prices like that and this guy doesn't give any qualifications as far as I can see from a quick glance at his site. His carving set looks like a joke from some guy that doesn't understand the simple concept of a kitchen knife. Seriously the one blade must be less then 5 inches long given the overall length, how am I gonna cut a roast with that without sawing it to hell?

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    The profile doesn't do anything for me and the knives are way too expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Those handles and some profiles look funny. Maybe OK for MOMA but I just can't see it be very well received in pro kitchen environment.

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    I think Marko has it right about MOMA and for $1371 a little too much i mean you could have a HOSS knife for that.
    just something different to see and share.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    They look cool. I have no desire to own one, but they look cool.
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    I would be the guy getting his finger stuck in the folding mechanism...
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