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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by picopox View Post
    No no no please don't misunderstand. Pro reviews are awesome, I trust you completely. I think I just like to read reviews in general
    No problem picopx, reviews are nice but the proof is in the pudding as they say.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    Yes I did sell my Shige gyuto and also suji, and plan on getting Kato suji as soon as I have the money.
    I also have a 180mm Kato petty, cuts superbly as well.
    I'm hoping to get one in some form in the future. Thanks for all the feedback on the two you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    Frankly I do not understand what more reviews are needed.
    Got any pics of your knife?
    Shibui - simplicity devoid of unnecessary elements

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    Got any pics of your knife?
    There you go



    Together with Kato petty


  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    There you go



    Together with Kato petty

    When I saw these pictures, I thought to myself, "MAN! NICE RAZORS!" rather than "NICE KNIVES!"

    The knives do look great though. Thanks for the pics!
    Michael
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  6. #26
    hehe

    When I look at the shape of the blade of kato, I think its so... hehe so ponderous and twatt'y...

    No wonder people have hard time believing it cuts so well.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    When I saw these pictures, I thought to myself, "MAN! NICE RAZORS!" rather than "NICE KNIVES!"

    The knives do look great though. Thanks for the pics!
    That's exactly what I thought haha

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    Frankly I do not understand what more reviews are needed. A pro chef made a big review, I am home cook and made a review. Another member also did a review, if I am not wrong he is a chef too.
    If a pro says it performs then it performs. I know hard to judge by words, but for what it is worth I like it better than Shigefusa and I am a big Shigefusa fan.
    Honestly, the reason I'm not sure yet is that I didn't love my Shig all that much. I also recently found a few knives that undoubtedly cut better than my Heijis (a Tilman and a Marko). Neither one of those is a laser, but they're not thick either. I'm wondering if the thick knives can win me back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heirkb View Post
    Honestly, the reason I'm not sure yet is that I didn't love my Shig all that much. I also recently found a few knives that undoubtedly cut better than my Heijis (a Tilman and a Marko). Neither one of those is a laser, but they're not thick either. I'm wondering if the thick knives can win me back.
    I completely agree! Not too sure if it gives the maker so much more freedom with grind on a thicker knife? The two things that confirmed this were 1. The 5mm Kato and 2. The 2mm ultimatum m390 that is the worst cutter I own!

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by picopox View Post
    That's exactly what I thought haha
    He he you guys..
    I'll post pics of the ones that are mine (in the razor thread) when I am done fixing them.

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