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    Best way to carry knives?

    How do you guys carry your knives, and other stuff to and from work?
    I have a global knife bag, but it only takes knives. I don't want to have to carry another bag for my tongs, thermometer, spatulas etc, but there is no space in my bag.
    A solution I've seen is a tool box, but I don't have sayas for all my knives so I can only think of the potential damage from banging into each other, and me reaching in and losing a finger

    FWIW, I usually carry 2 gyutos, a butchers knife, a boning knife, 2 paring knives and 2 steels. Any recommendations for something that can take all my knives, and my 'misc' gear too?

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    Ultimate Edge Deluxe 18 Pocket Knife Bag.

    http://youtube.com/#/watch?v=lsbIIQo...%3DlsbIIQoJKCI

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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Global-21-De...4653397&sr=8-6 is what I'm using now

    I've heard they're good. The thing that puts me off is that I can't find anywhere to order it in the UK, and it makes an already expensive piece of kit even moreso. If that really is the 'king' then I'd pay for it.

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    I have a Koobi kit and a Koobi duffle bag which has a spot to put the knife bag into it and then plenty o room for all sorts I things. It's not cheap but for me definitely worth it. Thy are in great shape and I've had them for a few years.

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    Could use some of these in the right sizes, and then have a wider choice of bag

    http://www.edenwebshops.co.uk/en/pt/...f-s-knives.htm

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    I have a Koobi Kit and I really like it, but my 300mm yanagi with saya will not fit inside it straight. I have to keep it out of the pocket and put it in diagonally. Other than that it's been great.

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    http://www.chefpak.com

    i love this backpack, it has a knife case inside, laptop compartment or for papers binders recipes etc, a compartment for tools like microplane, fish spat, fish tweezers, shears anything you can think of, then another smaller compartment.

    I have found this to be the most efficient way to carry everything i need. Ive had mine for almost 3 years and in excellent shape, high recommend it.

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    One in each hand, one in my teeth!
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    One in each hand, one in my teeth!

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    I think Chef Son reccomended this one in a similar thread : http://www.jbprince.com/knife-bags-c...inch-black.asp

    Seems like a good buy to me, simply and cheap.

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