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 Post subject: Kohetsu HAP40 Petty
PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2015 8:20 am 
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Location: Madison Wisconsin
We get these from time to time.....

"Hi there!
I wanted to share my enthusiasm with you, over the Hap40 Kohetsu petty knife I just received! I got it the other day, have put it through the paces and it is becoming my new favorite knife! I own a fairly extensive collection of japanese knives made with a variety of boutique steels like Aogami super, aogami #2, shirogami #1, SRS15, ZDP189, Ginsanko, SG2, VG10, etc. and this one is in a class all by itself! The sharpness even out of the box allows a phenomenal level of precision and effortlessness in cutting. It gets the same scary sharpness as ZDP189 but isn't as chippy, and has the same silky slicing of Aogami super. In short, It has everything I like about all the premium steels but in one steel. This is a great knife made from an amazing steel!

Thanks so much!
By the way I was a graduate of UWMadison so it was neat to see that your business is in Madison.


Mark Richmond
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 Post subject: Re: Kohetsu HAP40 Petty
PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2015 10:19 am 

Joined: Sun Jun 01, 2014 10:32 am
Posts: 175
Location: Cape Town , SA
Very nice steel, took my Gyuto to the stones today , sharpened up nicely and tested it by shredding lettuce
A real gem!

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