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    Hello from Sydney

    I had no idea there were so many Sydneysiders on this forum.
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    Massdrop III: Kamon

    Yes, the next thirty (or forty) ppl on the previous list
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    OXYS Knives - Our Work

    .. and great in the flesh too!
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    AUS Passaround - OXYS Knives

    This knife is a killer. Apart from cleavers and slicers, I don’t often prep with knives longer than about 165mm but this knife has been a pleasure to play with. The balance point is exactly at the heel of the blade. The choil and heel of the knife were perfectly finished with the heel slightly...
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    OXYS Knives - Our Work

    I keep eyeing that knife Dennis. :cool:
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    AUS Passaround - OXYS Knives

    Sure, thanks you!
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    AUS Passaround - OXYS Knives

    Thanks so much Dennis. Truly appreciated
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    AUS Passaround - OXYS Knives

    I wouldn't mind getting in on the pass around if possible please. I'm in metro Sydney. Thanks, Jeff
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    Thinking of doing a group buy

    Id love to be in the next one toó if Taylor offers one. s35vn sounds very appealing. Love your work Taylor.
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    SOLD (AU) Kip AEBL Mono Wide Bevel 210

    Bugger. It's the quick or the dead. Would hv loved that :rolleyes:
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    Chan Chi Kee vs Leung Tim (a two-part comparison)

    Thanks so much. Truly appreciated.
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    Chan Chi Kee vs Leung Tim (a two-part comparison)

    Thanks for doing this review. Can you please let us know who sells the CCK in Melbourne? Which models would you recommend for chopping lots of chicken necks please? Edge retention is high priority for me. Thanks.
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    Chan Chi Kee vs Leung Tim (a two-part comparison)

    I've been to their Sydney shop too. Great range of choppers and gadgets. I chop lots of chicken necks. Would you get a super heavy one (approx 6mm at choil) that can also be used for lobster or a bone chopper that is lighter weight, but still good for bones (approx 3mm at choil)? Also would you...
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    Traded Dalman HSS1 270

    ! @knaifuwaufu .. you sure those Kiwis are made in NZ as the name implies? I bought might from one of my Viet/Thai grocers. They are dam sharp though.
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