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Re: New product suggestions

Fri May 04, 2012 9:11 am

It's in the works....

Re: New product suggestions

Tue May 08, 2012 4:27 pm

Well there are a few things you could add:
* a store in europe. Compared to koki shop (i won't name his site for obvious reasons) around 50$ to ship to europe is really expensive and you have some real stuff that can't be found anywhere else.
I know a few people that looked at your site but didn't order for shipping reasons.
* I use a wood holder for my knife on the wall. Some wood and some strong earth magnets do the trick pretty well. Some prefer metallic holders (i guess it depends on the design of your kitchen)
* Some pocket knives. I always carry one (higonokami, Douk Douk, Laguiole, Opinel but there are alot more than that).

Jean Luc

Re: New product suggestions

Tue May 08, 2012 5:36 pm

Hmm..I like this idea. I'll run your London location Mark. Jens and Michiel can visit often. I also love tea. 8-) Oh yeah, that's also an excuse to finally get the CKTG leer jet.

You already have a safe I can use to keep the money in. :D

Re: New product suggestions

Wed May 09, 2012 9:46 am


Herentals City!!!! :D

Re: New product suggestions

Wed May 09, 2012 10:36 pm

Any chance there will be a tojiro 180 or 210 ITK petty in the future?

Re: New product suggestions

Fri May 11, 2012 7:33 pm

I would really like you to add the Blue #2 Moritaka Honesuki. The Honesuki is a specialized shape. Blue#2 is a much more practical steel for a Honesuki. I think $115 for a honesuki with blue #2, an octagonal rosewood handle would be an awesome combo and a great deal!

Re: New product suggestions

Sat May 12, 2012 9:39 am

Maybe a little outlandish, but I can't help feeling that a Kiritsuke made from the steel used in CCK's cheap cleavers would yield an outstanding knife.
Not saying it's feasible or anything, but a guy can dream...

Re: New product suggestions

Thu May 17, 2012 12:01 pm

+1 for less shipping price for Europe. I favor koki shop for this reason.

More blue and white steel.

Re: New product suggestions

Fri May 18, 2012 9:33 am

MARK <> I would love to see a Konosuke Silver3 210 Wa-Gyuto Funayuki-profile w/blonde buffalo ferrule & 145mm octagonal handle (same as 240HDfuna) would be :o :mrgreen: :D ;) ;) AWAWAWESOME! Really, a Kono 210 Wa-Gyuto (Funayuki-profile) would be awesome for me in any of the HD, HH or Silver3 steels. Are you seeing my point? A stainless/semi-stainless 210 wa-gyuto with a chin to spine height of around 48mm.

I'd love to see some stainless/semi-stainless 75mm wa-petty "parers" become available on the site.

I'd love to see some of your high-end knives, that are made even more difficult to attain by your adding custom handles, become available w/o the modification (e.g., currently, your Murray Carter 210 Wa-Gyuto Funayuki profile @$700 with Isaiah's handle). I have to imagine it would be $250 less expensive with Murray's handle, and it would be a much more attainable price point.

I would love to see overall weight & the chin to heel height be incorporated into your knife statistics, and those statistics be listed consistently on your wa-handled knives. Some of your listings include some statistics, but they are inconsistent. (Mark <> you know the headache I'm experiencing trying to find that 48mm heel)

Re: New product suggestions

Thu Jun 07, 2012 7:27 pm

Larch cutting boards made in Cape Breton, Canada. They are works of art and very easy on edges.
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