I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.
That's an awesome trio. The makers mark is pretty awesome, too!
The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
From Will, 240 workhorse gyuto
Marko practice 260 suji
(once again, I apologize for the crappy phone pics)
I was lusting over the last batch of 3 Will had up on his website, went there at least twice a day wanting to pull the trigger SO BAD,
Now I'm kicking myself in the Butt for not buying the 240 & 270 at the same time. I've been budgeting some cash every month
out of my navy pension so the money was available, just couldn't let go of it.
yeah.... I find myself going back to that thread and his webpage several times, saying to myself "no way, man. Not going to happen". Then he offered up that sale price, so that coupled with late night bad math I found myself going for it. But then reality kicked me and I found out that my currency app on my phone (and myself) had made a $50+ error, but by that time I was already in it.
it's not a "light knife" by any stretch. Got some great heft to it. Very solid feel, big handle, thick spine, tall where it counts and pointy narrow where it needs to be. And nothing sticks to it.
I'm really liking that Catcheside!
I just got the 210 from that group and can't wait to use it, assuming I can pry it from my daughter's fingers; she has an attachment to it. If it cuts anything like the Red Shark 200 I got, it's a killer; and mar4pt0 is right, nothing sticks to it, great release.
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. Now go away you silly man or I shall taunt you a second time!
Love the Catcheside