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#21 Thu 24 Apr 08 6:59am

gardkarlsen

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From Stavanger, Norway
Member since Fri 25 Jan 08

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

Sorry for my ignorance but who is Per Arne Berg?

Regards
Gard
http://gardkarlsen.com - trip reports and pictures

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#22 Thu 24 Apr 08 9:29pm

bennyb0

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Member since Mon 07 Apr 08

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

lol Not ignorance... 1 in 10000 might have known who he is.  He is a custom knife maker in Norway.  Makes fabulous Norwegian Puukko's.

Ben

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#23 Fri 24 Oct 08 1:30am

The Cuban Chef

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Occupation peace and duck grease
From united states
Member since Mon 10 Jul 06

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

misono ux 10 is the best knife around...

the only one i find to contest it is kikuichi knives


but if your looking for a knife best ever... no dout is misono ux10

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#24 Fri 24 Oct 08 1:32am

The Cuban Chef

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Occupation peace and duck grease
From united states
Member since Mon 10 Jul 06

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

this is coming from a chef that has litteraly tried them all... i have
Brieto
Classe
Ergo-Chef
Dexter-Russell
F. Dick
Forschner
Furi
Global
Glestain
Frost
J. A. Henckels
Kershaw
Kikuichi
Kasumi
Lamson
Mac
Misono
Messermeister
Mundial
Icel
Nenox
Sabatier
Sanelli
Suisin
Shun
Tohjiro
Kyocera
Laguiole
Wusthof-Trident
Warren Kitchen & Cutlery Brand
Victorinox

ad the misono ux10 is the best

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#25 Sat 06 Dec 08 9:26pm

sh059

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Member since Sat 06 Dec 08

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

Just a quick question, is there a difference between normal Global knives and those that are labeled as forged? question

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#26 Tue 09 Dec 08 2:28am

runwestierun

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Occupation Volunteer
From Oregon Coast USA
Member since Sat 22 Nov 08

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

Hey, Ben,
   What do you think of Shun knives?  The Ken Onion?  I am very attracted to their weight and balance...

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#27 Sun 06 Sep 09 7:36pm

langdon

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From london
Member since Sun 26 Apr 09

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

question for bennybo or anyone else that knows about knife
ive settled for henckels 4* range. found this deal which looks attractive
http://www.cooks-knives.co.uk/acatalog/ … 5168_2d100

however according to the original post, henckels sold out in a way and stamped their brand on low quality knives. if i purchase the above 4* knives, am i sure to be getting the real deal?

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#28 Sun 06 Sep 09 9:45pm

Johanna_t

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From the city on three borders
Member since Wed 26 Aug 09

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

langdon wrote:

question for bennybo or anyone else that knows about knife
ive settled for henckels 4* range. found this deal which looks attractive
http://www.cooks-knives.co.uk/acatalog/ … 5168_2d100

however according to the original post, henckels sold out in a way and stamped their brand on low quality knives. if i purchase the above 4* knives, am i sure to be getting the real deal?

Zwilling Henckels is known to be one of the best knife brands. Anyway, germans are known for making very good quality knives. I have 2 FourStar for quite a long time and I'm happy with them. Rarely happens to find good offers for such knives, but I'm still avoiding buying such products online. I like to see them with my eyes before paying the money. Have a look on their website if you are not sure http://www.zwilling.com/en-GB/Company-p … y_profile.

I also can recommend you  Victorinox http://www.victorinox.ch/index.cfm?page=0&lang=E. They're making knives for the swiss army.
Cheers

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#29 Thu 19 Nov 09 10:20am

Rosee123

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Member since Thu 19 Nov 09

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

Hiya i was wondering if anyone can help me?

I'm looking for a misono ux10 knife for my boyfriend for christmas. But i dont know where to find it in the UK for a good price. Anyone know?

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#30 Thu 19 Nov 09 1:10pm

Pakman

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From Estonia
Member since Tue 06 Oct 09

Re: Knives in a Nutshell

I didn't find anything. But this company is based in London. Maybe worth calling and asking.
http://www.japaneseknifecompany.com/CON … fault.aspx

This Korintrading ships internationally.

http://www.amazon.com/Misono-UX10-Chefs … amp;sr=8-2

This is their homepage.
http://korin.com/Shop/Misono-UX10

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