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 Post subject: Re: Typos on the site
PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2014 6:55 pm 
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Ok, I went in and fixed a bunch more of these. Overtime, this little thread is helping clean up the site in a big way. Thank all of you very much!



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 Post subject: Re: Typos on the site
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CKTG <> The Tojiro DP Gokujo <--link is still excluded from the boning knife page <--link. Since you have decided to include the Gokujos into the boning knife page, as they are boning knives, I reckon you sort of have to incorporate the Hankotsus into the same page, as well. Maybe set up a subfolder for each of these in the Boning Knife folder so they are separate but included; like your Sujihiki subfolder, of which says OOS, in your Carving Knife folder <--link. You really want as much exposure as possible, I would imagine. Meaning they are Hankotsus & Gokujos, but for the laymen looking for boning knives - in the boning knife folder, they would never even venture to the separate Hankotsus & Gokujos folders not knowing what they were. Subfolders in the Boning Folder, in addition to their own individual folders in knife types, will expand exposure.

And the blade dimension is short by 10cm on the Shun Gokujo <--link.



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CKTG <> G-d knows this will probably sell before I post this, but I can't help recognize the ambiguity of the Shigefusa listing <--link.

It's pictured with & without a handle, but the description says it comes without one. I would think if it comes w/o a handle, the main photo should be w/o a handle, and then the secondary & tertiary photos can give examples of handleS... more than one so someone doesn't think they are getting the one specific handle currently pictured. If that handle is included, you have to take the "comes w/o a handle" line out of the description.



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Melampus wrote:CKTG <> G-d knows this will probably sell before I post this, but I can't help recognize the ambiguity of the Shigefusa listing <--link.

It's pictured with & without a handle, but the description says it comes without one. I would think if it comes w/o a handle, the main photo should be w/o a handle, and then the secondary & tertiary photos can give examples of handleS... more than one so someone doesn't think they are getting the one specific handle currently pictured. If that handle is included, you have to take the "comes w/o a handle" line out of the description.



I can't swear to it, but I think there is a Kato like that aswell.



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I sometimes use the handleless item page once the knife is handled and forget to carefully read the description. I fixed the Shig page. This knife is tugging on me to steal it. I love the look of the handle and their blade grinds are fantastic.



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The Naniwa IE-0300 is not listed on the "High Grit stone" list.


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I'm only posting this so I can get my post count up to 100 and qualify for the forum specials. ;)

In the description of Blue Number 1 Steel: http://www.chefknivestogo.com/blue1steel.html

Takes very fine edge, and holds it long time.


Missing the "a" between takes and very.



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