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    Dang those knives are beautiful, if I didn't already have a 240mm Ealy gyuto I'd snatch one up. That 210 has an amazing handle I'm glad you were able to bring the plunge line back Del, I wish my gyuto had one but other then that it's a wonderful knife with a great grind. An ease to sharpen and a pleasure to use; somebody by it before I do something stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear1889 View Post
    How difficult is it to maintain the edge? Or sharpen it? Any special considerations?
    Not at all, to all of those. Not difficult to maintain the edge, or sharpen.
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    Del

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    What the heck! Told my girlfriend hoping she would reason with me not to buy another but she just said: "Go for it!". I'll send you a pm, Del.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigert View Post
    What the heck! Told my girlfriend hoping she would reason with me not to buy another but she just said: "Go for it!". I'll send you a pm, Del.
    Sounds like you have a great girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The hekler View Post
    Sounds like you have a great girl!
    The best

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    If I could swing it, I'd be all over the 210 w oak handle. Great stuff, Del!
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    Del I am sending you a PM regarding the 240 gyuto

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    I have received my 240 gyuto, I was expecting a great knife but.......






    It's freaking awesome!!!!!! Del this is a thing of beauty, talk about a knife that is well balanced, beautiful, and a hell of a cutter....broke it in fixing a chicken stir fry, just used it and paring knife to fix pork with green chiles, awesome combo.

    Thanks man.

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    I got a gyuto from Del also and his work does indeed surpass all expectations. I only have 3 knives that will stay with me forever, this gyuto is one (I would have kept an ealy petty I recently sold but I can't be trusted with carbon steel). Thanks Del...you are certainly one of the best.

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    I have been quiet on the forum for a few days and here is why, I am working on a batch of knives, that will be up here as I finish them. Two are for an order and they will be finished first, the nakiri and one of the pettys.
    All of the other blades are stainless, except for the 240 suji, which is O-1 carbon steel.
    There is a 240 gyuto and a 240 suji, a pair of 210 gyutos and a pair of pettys. There are also 4 paring knives.
    I'll be posting these as I finish them early this week.
    I have made some improvements in my technique and all of the knives are now provided with a full convex blade that is light, but tough and is a helluva cutter, as the previous comments in this thread attest to.
    If anyone has an interest in any of these and has a handle material suggestion, please contact me.
    There has been interest lately mostly in the stainless blades, and so I have another batch behind these that will aslo be mostly stainless. I am including a damascus blade here and there, in both carbon and stainless, as well as some carbon blades. After the next batch I will be making some nakiris in the batches as well.
    I have decide to do things this way, because I do get requests for prebuys now and then for various items, but I also seem to get requests for something outside the prebuy as well. I like working knives in batches, normally they are not this large, but I am feeling ambitious in the beginning of the new year.
    I am also planning on working on some new damascus patterns and incorporating them into some of my future knives.
    Thanks,
    Del

    Laminated metals specialist, Kitchen knife and gadget maker
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