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post #32 of 36
81€ is about 112US$.

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post #33 of 36
The first chef's knife -- the one with the POM handle -- costs €61, about $85. €81 was a typo, I guess.
The second one -- the true vintage -- costs $140.
post #34 of 36

When it comes to blade and handle, in my opinion; it depends on the chef using it. You may find comfortable where as the other finds it very uncomfortable. With reference to Gunnar  - http://www.cheftalk.com/u/19991/gunnar; its worthy trying. "Don't dismantle the bridge before you cross it"

post #35 of 36
Awesome knife! Feels great in your hand and has a great edge. The handle is very similar to the Ken Onion designed knives that Shun and Chef Works. Did i say the knives feel great in your hands. If you don't believe me try them!
post #36 of 36

at least you know no one in the kitchen will steal your knife! I've had people "accidentally" take some of my other knives, but you know this one can be left around safely. The main downside is living down the laughter if you brought it in

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