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    Holy Crap!

    Sweet mother! So anyway the new HTML site is up. I checked back in, we worked out a new pricing list, here are the new blade prices! We are still early in production/planning, but anyway! http://butcherbakerstore.com/collections/blade

    Our goal is to provide quality steel, and all but bulletproof construction at a very reasonable price. The balance here for us, is the potential to sell custom, or one-of bespoke knives, at custom prices.


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
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    Love that fillet knife!

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    Great site! And works on iPad now! I like the cleaver.

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    Good stuff!

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    Instead of opening many of the links just switch pictures on my iPhone. I like some things on the site, (the knives, cutting boards seem a tremendous value if the quality is good), but the range of products seems awfully wide. High end custom kitchen Knive next to canvas man purses? Seems a stretch. I'm glad i can finally view it with apple products, hope your personal site will soon follow suit!

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    Are these for sale now? Because you said you're in the planning stages, but they look available.

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    Pierre,
    Are these knives different in anyway than your customs in terms of how much work you put into them?
    They look like great knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    Pierre,
    Are these knives different in anyway than your customs in terms of how much work you put into them?
    They look like great knives.
    These are midtechs, materials are the same as I use, same HT, just a lot of CNC work. Computers and machines as opposed to hand made, they are hand assembled, polished, and sharpened. The ones in the photos are hand made prototypes.

    I believe they are at pre order, still working the timing out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    These are midtechs, materials are the same as I use, same HT, just a lot of CNC work. Computers and machines as opposed to hand made, they are hand assembled, polished, and sharpened. The ones in the photos are hand made prototypes.

    I believe they are at pre order, still working the timing out.
    That's what I assumed. They are also hand ground, yes?

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    I pre-ordered one of the boning knives

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