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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Iwahara View Post

    Dear Mike

    Thank you very much for waiting your order with patience.

    Yes. Your order of Masamoto item below got finished and available on today. (Masamoto has the item in inventory and the item got available and ready for shipping earlier this time).

    Today we will make your shipment by EMS.

    Masamoto KS-4327 Wa Slicer 270mm (Marble Color bolster, Masamoto wooden saya)...

    ...We expect you will receive your parcel within 5 to 7 days.
    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahha
    I love this guy.

    Ive waited for, like a week??

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    Koki delivers once again!

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    please post pics! theres no pics on the website of a masamoto suji that length. im super curious!

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    Nor in the catalog! I'm super curious myself -- I'd love to add to my KS family (270 gyuto, 300 yanagi), but I don't want a slicer less than 10 inches.
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    But for the record: THAT IS COOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    please post pics! theres no pics on the website of a masamoto suji that length. im super curious!
    Affirmative sir.

    I definitely will post pics, I might just start new thread so more folks can see it, Ive seen someone complain about 240 suji being OOS @ JCK, back at KF [I check the marketplace there]. I wont review it, but will share pics!

    I cannot wait but Kokis EMS is worldwide famous for speed.

    [Im super curious but also astonished about the price and delivery. Think of it. To post it to Norway/Europe, this Masamoto from honkasumi line is cheaper than Gesshin or Yoshihiro from ebay, plus duty free ]

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    I'm curious to see this, as the person said their masamoto ks suji 240 was 255. Funny, my friend ordered a 270 masamoto ks and it came in at 255, maybe there is only a 255? I have no idea if they shipped him the '240' now, or if they only make an inbetween. Update when you get yours please, either way, it is a very nice slicer. Oh and Koki is great, Japan to Canada in 2-3 days, my packages from US usually sit in customs that long.

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    KS series run long. I've had 240mm KS Suji and it ran around 250mm. KS 270mm Gyuto ran just over 280mm. I expect the 270mm suji to be longer as well.

    Although I only kept my KS suji for a short while, it was a great knife. Very thin, very light and very well finished.

    BTW Salty has a 270mm Masamoto Honyaki Slicer. This will help you with the wait

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJ5BffjMOGM

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    I was going to ramble, but meh.

    Long and short of it: Koki rocks!
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    Koki = unbeatable shipping. If everyone shipped as promptly and as cheaply as Koki does... for all types of items... I would never leave my home to shop again.

    Even jeans/clothes at $7 worldwide for 5 pieces plus 3 days delivery? I'm there. Coffee beans at $7 for 5kg worldwide in 3 days? I'm there... shoes? bags? camera lenses? could go on and on...

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