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Chef Doom

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I have a petty that I use when I need something smaller than a gyuto. I rarely use a parer except for say peeling potatoes. It's a good knife I would never sell.
 

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That 240 is calling my name. If Christmas was not right around the corner, I would be all over that beauty!
 

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Necro-ing this thread to see if anyone other than labor has tried the non-honyaki gyutos in this series :)

I feel like the 240mm hon-kasumi one is just calling out my name
 

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I’ve been wanting to try one 4-evah. Someday. *sigh*
 

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I can't speak for an ittetsu gyuto, but the single bevel petty I owned was truly top shelf. You could really tell the sharpener was aiming for perfection, both in terms of performance and aesthetics. Lovely little knife.
 

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I’ve been wanting to try one 4-evah. Someday. *sigh*
You should buy one so I can borrow it :(
I can't speak for an ittetsu gyuto, but the single bevel petty I owned was truly top shelf. You could really tell the sharpener was aiming for perfection, both in terms of performance and aesthetics. Lovely little knife.
How was the heat treatment of your knife?

The single bevel petty sounds lovely, though I don't know if I'll ever be skilled enough to use it. The normal petty and the gyutos, however...
 
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