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    Just got a Heiji Santoku






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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post


    ...and as you can probably tell, it is not Niolox
    That's a beautiful knife chinacats.

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    Wow. I can't wait for my Tillman.
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    waiting on a few acquisitions all this awesome looking stuff is getting me excited LOL

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    I think every collection needs a Keller handle. Not new but new to me 300mm Takeda with a BO and Bakelite handle
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    I agree. Every collection does need Keller handle. I need to get my hands on one.
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    Beautiful by the way.
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    I received a 270mm Yamawaku yanagi, today. The handle is crap, as expected (I was planning to replace it, anyway), but the blade itself is very nice. It's a substantial blade, but has a nice taper at the tip, and a very good, straight grind. The ura is very even, and all the edges on the spine and choil are very well rounded. Very sharp OOTB. It will be a very comfortable knife, once the handle is replaced. I'm blown away by how nice it is, given the cost. If I can figure out a way to get a 240 gyuto from 330_Mate (I guess I should just make an offer at the listed 240 price?), I am definitely going to get one. I'll post pics when light is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    I received a 270mm Yamawaku yanagi, today. The handle is crap, as expected...
    Out of complete ignorance of what you folks that use and value your knives more than I, what is wrong with the handle? [ and waiting for the pictures. :-) ]

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