SOLD 240mm AEB-L/Burnt Oak Gyuto ($140)

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Full-time Knifemaker-Canadian Mazaki
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Feb 28, 2022
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Good Morning Everyone,

Yet another simple and fairly light AEB-L gyuto for your consideration, a near twin to the one I listed last Friday.

Asking 180$ U.S, shipping and insurance included in North America, for Europe and Australia I will cover the first $32 U.S of shipping. $140 U.S, plus shipping, usually $30-$45 dollars U.S depending on the location and shipping tier, shipping to Europe and Australia is usually around $65-$80 U.S.

And older knife, I don't grind them quite like this anymore. I used it to process about 30lbs of rhubarb for wine a few weeks ago on a plastic board. Light stropping was all that was required to bring the edge back to its full glory.
  • Blade: 248mmx57mm AEB-L (63hrc) 600 grit hand finish
  • Neck: 20mmx21mm
  • Handle: 137mm, tapering from 23.9mmx20.1 to 21.9mmx18.0mm, scorched oak, oiled and waxed
  • POB: 65mm from handle
  • Spine: 2.52mm at the neck, 1.90mm at 13cm, 1.00mm 1cm from the tip
  • Grind: flat to convex, light right hand bias
  • Weight: 168 grams
  • Relieved choil and spine
  • Edge: zero




As a side note: I'm working on three 240mm gyuto in 52100 right now as well as two 165mm bunka and two 270mm sujihiki, with a little luck I'll start listing them in the next couple of days. Also, for the much neglected lefties' of the kitchen knife world, one of those gyuto will be ground with a left hand bias. So stay tuned, exciting things are on the way.
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Thank you!

I guarantee my knives against failure under normal use, but it should never come up if I play my part properly. As far as this one is concerned, AEB-L is pretty bullet proof steel, I've dropped fully ground blanks off my workbench onto a concrete floor (accidentally) without much more damage than minor scratching.