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    ZKramer Trade or ?

    Not super anxious to unload, but I have a very rarely used 240 ZKramer gyuto that I would be open to any offers for trade...

    Carter
    Mizuno
    Watanabe
    Yoshikane
    Heiji
    Shig
    Fowler
    etc....
    anything with custom handle work...

    Really anything, willing to trade up with cash or down, etc..

    Also have a Zkramer parer that may sweeten the deal for a really, really nice knife...(although I am really, really fond of the parer)

    (both with forced mustard patina-may have gyuto box, but sure I don't have parer box)

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    hmm good luck on the trade.

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    That's a knife I will try, one day down the road.
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    Good luck with the trade Chris - I still love my 270 ZKramer although I have found the handle is starting to shrink. The parer is a nice throw in too, I thought you loved it?

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    Is 270 the big one? IDK....mine is the 10" model.

    My rivets aren't flush either, but I have seen a few and none were...

    I do love the parer, very much. I find I never use it at work, as it's part of my work kit. I use a parer at home, but it's usually a Mac or a Kyocera.

    I like the gyuto too, but it's not as natural to use as some of my others, so I rarely pull it down for service.

    I have a few offers, will have to ponder it over for a few days..

    Thanks all...
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    I've been busy packing and now moving cross country. My stuff will be in transit for up to a week, and it may take a week to unpack. Until then, I am only with cell, and I suck at texting. I probably should've waited to post this...I've gotten some interesting offers, and want everyone to know, I wasn't ignoring you, just busy. Sorry.....
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    Did you close the restaurant?

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    Nope, just relinquished my chef salary....still part owner.
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    I was just looking through some old threads, are you still looking for a trade?
    Huw
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