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 Post subject: Re: Sneak Peak at the new store.
PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:34 am 
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Lunatic wrote:What two items equal $2999.00??? Hmmmmm.....


lol I was wondering the same thing!

Love the new layout so far, usually not one to like change but it looks good



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Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nice warm colors! Looks like a happy place to spend 3k. I want to spend 3k at Chef Knives To Go!!


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I think I have.



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 Post subject: Re: Sneak Peak at the new store.
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I think it looks great! Much more sleek and modern.


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I echo everyone else's comments, the site looks like it will be easy to browse!


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 Post subject: Re: Sneak Peak at the new store.
PostPosted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 4:18 am 
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Ditto...nice layout with a good dose of white space to keep it from being too dense. Like it a lot.

Have you considered a way of categorizing a knife's characteristics at a glance? Maybe using a few sliding horizontal bar graphs in a box that are colored to show a primary trait or range for the characteristic. For example:

Type - workhorse to laser (middle means it could be either)
Weight - heavy to light
Stiffness - stiff to flexible
Grind - thicker to thinner (behind the edge)

Not sure about the categories but that's the idea. I read Bicycling Magazine and they use this aid for key characteristics when they do a bike review. I find it very helpful and quickly let's me know what the intended use, or range of use, is for a bike.


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i think is looks nice, just don't make it like korin's site. I do not like that website...



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 11:37 am 

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Totoro wrote:Ditto...nice layout with a good dose of white space to keep it from being too dense. Like it a lot.

Have you considered a way of categorizing a knife's characteristics at a glance? Maybe using a few sliding horizontal bar graphs in a box that are colored to show a primary trait or range for the characteristic. For example:

Type - workhorse to laser (middle means it could be either)
Weight - heavy to light
Stiffness - stiff to flexible
Grind - thicker to thinner (behind the edge)

Not sure about the categories but that's the idea. I read Bicycling Magazine and they use this aid for key characteristics when they do a bike review. I find it very helpful and quickly let's me know what the intended use, or range of use, is for a bike.




a big +1

Especially for buyers new to knife terminology, categorization would be an excellent aid.


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 Post subject: Re: Sneak Peak at the new store.
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I like Totoro's idea in principle. But it is often hard to quantify things so that you can categorize them. I am always skeptical about those sorts of charts. It would be awesome if there was a way to build an "at a glance" graphic for the knives though.


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