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    Quote Originally Posted by obtuse View Post
    I pre-ordered one of the boning knives
    I am tempted to. That boning knife is sweet.

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    Do they come with the nose to tail logo on them? Not that it should make a big difference, but it would be cool to see your mark or even unmarked before that brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eshua View Post
    Do they come with the nose to tail logo on them? Not that it should make a big difference, but it would be cool to see your mark or even unmarked before that brand.
    I believe they have both Pierre's mark and the Nose to Tail logo.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    I'm jonesing for the cleaver! Pierre, could you please share the dimensions and weight.

    Thanks,

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    I'm jonesing for the cleaver! Pierre, could you please share the dimensions and weight.

    Thanks,

    Mark
    Yep, thought I was the only one not seeing the knife dim.

    Great looking knife offerings... pure and simple.
    Maybe a parer in the future?

    Best wishes on this venture Pierre, looks like a winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    I'm jonesing for the cleaver! Pierre, could you please share the dimensions and weight.

    Thanks,

    Mark
    I don't have the weight but heres some info:

    CPM154. 220 cutting edge, 110 high. 3/32 stock, distal taper, and full taper spine to edge.

    Edit: I also can't wait to get one of these cleavers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm2hill View Post
    I don't have the weight but heres some info:

    CPM154. 220 cutting edge, 110 high. 3/32 stock, distal taper, and full taper spine to edge.

    Edit: I also can't wait to get one of these cleavers.
    Thanks. The weight will be really important. I hope it's light! Close to 400g would be great.

    Yes, that spine to edge taper looked very impressive in the photo.

    Looking forward to the first review of it! Who's preordered?

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    I'll get the weight here in a bit. Just found out there is now free shipping on knives (and orders over $100)! Not sure for how long though. Also spoke with the owner, he will likely be shipping in flat rate boxes in the future, so that will take care of a lot of worries.

    Yes all knives are dual branded.


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    Right now it's 450 grams, We are planning to skeletonize the handle tang, and thin the bolsters a bit, maybe knock a tad off the heel of the knife. Lower the weight some more.

    What are your thoughts?


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    450 is pretty good for a full size cleaver.

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