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    Available knives

    Here are a couple of knives I finished along with a custom ordered knife.
    The first is an AEBL 210 gyuto with spalted oak handle and amboynia bolsters.
    Price $325 shipped
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    the second one is an O-1 240mm gyuto with black ash handle and bog oak bolsters.
    Price $430 shipped
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    the last knife is the last of the finished paring knives, although it is likely that I will do some more from time to time.
    $110 shipped
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    Del, what are the specs on the 210 gyuto?
    Weight, height at heel, spine at heel, spine midway to tip, spine 1 cm from tip.
    If I end up buying this it ill be my third Ealy, that I really can't afford, in about a month. Anyone got a jar of self-discipline to spare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigert View Post
    [...]Anyone got a jar of self-discipline to spare?
    No. :P
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    Thought so... Oh well.

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    Trust me I am so there with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigert View Post
    Del, what are the specs on the 210 gyuto?
    Weight, height at heel, spine at heel, spine midway to tip, spine 1 cm from tip.
    If I end up buying this it ill be my third Ealy, that I really can't afford, in about a month. Anyone got a jar of self-discipline to spare?


    Spine is 2.5, 2, and 1mm in the spots you asked about. 46-47mm high at the heel, and 228 grams.
    As far as the self discipline goes, my wife has been a bad influence on me lately, so I don't have any to spare either.
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    Thanks, Del! I'll have to sleep on it. Hopefully someone snags it before me I'm still going to get one, but maybe then I can hold back for another month or two.

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    Just to let everyone know, these gyutos are convex ground. I found a way to incorporate the angled plunge line along with the convex grind, with a little help from a friend.
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    How difficult is it to maintain the edge? Or sharpen it? Any special considerations?

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    Oh... Man... Those are cool!

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