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the sakai yusukes seem to have a little more consistent fit and finish and i prefer their handles a great deal more compared to stock konosuke handles. yusukes handles are smoother a tad wider really nicer overall IMO. i guess thats where the price difference goes. the performance of the white steel itself is identical to me with both companies. hd steel is my favorite steel so far of any gyuto ive used but for sujis i like carbon especially if your using a sujihiki for its intended purpose. a guy on another forum recently ordered a masamoto ks 270mm suji from koki (jck) for $327 saya included. masamotos run long so its actually going to be 280-290mm in length. masamoto would be a good option perhaps if you wanted a little thicker suji with less flex perhaps.
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who or what is that troll thing in reference to? am i missing something?
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the sakai yusukes seem to have a little more consistent fit and finish and i prefer their handles a great deal more compared to stock konosuke handles. yusukes handles are smoother a tad wider really nicer overall IMO. i guess thats where the price difference goes. the performance of the white steel itself is identical to me with both companies. hd steel is my favorite steel so far of any gyuto ive used but for sujis i like carbon especially if your using a sujihiki for its intended purpose. a guy on another forum recently ordered a masamoto ks 270mm suji from koki (jck) for $327 saya included. masamotos run long so its actually going to be 280-290mm in length. masamoto would be a good option perhaps if you wanted a little thicker suji with less flex perhaps.

More good ideas, but there are a ton of options and I need to start making some decisions to help reduce the amount of knives to consider and all I do is seem to somehow seem to keep adding

 

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who or what is that troll thing in reference to? am i missing something?


Twyst used it to describe Knife Expert's contributions.  I think spikedog's re-post was in appreciation of just how clever "that troll thing" is. 

 

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More good ideas, but there are a ton of options and I need to start making some decisions to help reduce the amount of knives to consider and all I do is seem to somehow seem to keep adding

What's your hurry?  Keep an open mind while the possibilities multiply.

 

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who or what is that troll thing in reference to? am i missing something?

Some  at first well concealed but later blatant trolling posts that  have been removed from the thread.

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What's your hurry?  Keep an open mind while the possibilities multiply.

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For sure, and boy are they multiplying lol.

I am considering just taking in as much info as I can, and then later on once better educated etc will take a good hard honest look at how and how often it will be used, and with a little luck will find a price point in my budget to help narrow things down some.

 

"love my country" but "fear my government"  Something is just wrong with this

 

 

 

Looking for info on entry level J-knives? Need help on finding the most bang for your buck? Hope you enjoy learning from the info here, I know I did!

http://www.cheftalk.com/t/63213/tojiro-dp-f-809-240mm-g...

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"love my country" but "fear my government"  Something is just wrong with this

 

 

 

Looking for info on entry level J-knives? Need help on finding the most bang for your buck? Hope you enjoy learning from the info here, I know I did!

http://www.cheftalk.com/t/63213/tojiro-dp-f-809-240mm-g...

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