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Misono Swedish 210 gyuto for sale

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spaceconvoy

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I was on the fence about keeping this or not, but it seems silly when I'm custom ordering a 210 double bevel kiritsuke... so this is it, my last knife up on the chopping block.

For whatever reason, this is a relatively less reactive knife, compared to another Misono Swedish gyuto I owned about 2 years ago. I can't detect any odor transfer to onions once the patina was established, which was a big problem with my first Misono Swedish.

It's been sharpened 4 times, and I just removed the patina with BKF and refinished it with a little sandpaper. Still, this is not a new knife - there are some sharpening scuffs and the black of the lettering has worn off (I think the BKF did it). Handle is in near-pristine condition. Comes with the original box, but I've been storing the knife in there unsheathed, so it's a bit cut up where it contacts the heel and the tip (you can see the white marks in the first photo).

Asking $100 shipped anywhere in the US (willing to sell internationally, but will adjust for shipping).





 

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This is really tempting for me, but I just don't need another one.
Great price!
 

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A third Misono, says my good friend from the Sunshine State?
Why would you get that thought even deeper into my head?
 

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My thoughts immediately went to, "is it as thin as my 210 moly, but with the steel of my Swede"? Dang...good combo....
 

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First and only price drop - $90 shipped anywhere in the US
 

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Congrats to the mystery buyer!
 

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Could someone do a video of the 2 knife method for hamburger?
I want to see that!
I don't think you can actually do that for hamburger. I mince first-cut chuck for hamburgers, and the connective tissue is quite resilient, you gotta use some push-pull to cut it.

You can do the two knife thing if you are a talented drummer and are mincing herbs(and like making a mess). I saw a guy on Iron Chef America do it once, but can't find any clips online.
 

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Could someone do a video of the 2 knife method for hamburger?
I want to see that!
[video=youtube;zs5WiddD7i0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zs5WiddD7i0[/video] See 3:23 for a demonstration, although if you have the time I would watch the entire clip :D, I get a free set of scales for entertaining you right? :wink:
 

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Sure do! Just send them on to my place! :razz:
 
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