Tuo Cutlery Ring D 8.5" Kiritsuke Chef's Knife
Tuo Cutlery Ring D 8.5" Kiritsuke Chef's Knife
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Tuo Cutlery believes that a knife should be more than just a cutting tool, but something that will stay with you for life. Based on that idea, they’re making some seriously appealing and reliable knives ... Read More

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LoneCub
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Mar 23, 2019
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Blade length vs whole length?
Mar 23, 2019
14themoney
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Mar 23, 2019
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For $60.00, this is likely worth it. There are a couple of things that bother me, however. The HRC is listed as 58-62. Does this mean that the HT is lackluster, or could it mean that the blade is differentially hardened? I have never seen a range like this on an ESEE who is well known for doing this to their 1095 blades. An angle this narrow will not be supported by AUS-10 at HRC 58. Here is a quote from knarfeng, a moderator on BladeForums, "AUS 10 should be roughly equivalent to VG10, 440C, or N690 as all four have the same carbon content. By roughly equivalent, that is all three hold an edge better than 440B, AUS8; but not as well as ATS34, 154CM and above. " (This was from 2006) I may take a look at Chefsknivestogo.com to see if this has any reviews. I would also like to know that the second steel is in the damascus. Or is it simply pretending to be damascus. Caveat cheftor.
Mar 23, 2019
Kavik
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May 19, 2019
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Oh, I'm fine with that being the process......I just have to make myself start practicing on less expensive things before attempting the final project lol Don't start with the best blade I have, and one of the most expensive woods I had on hand, the one I wanted to be in the final project. I should've practiced this multiple times with cheap wood until I worked out the kinks.....but that's always less fun lol There was one more I did after this. Fitment at the base of the tang was MUCH better (but still not quite perfect). Thickness of the "spine strip" fit the thickness of the tang way better too, so no need to fill massive internal gaps with epoxy.
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Sadly though, it was a gift to a now ex...so that one is no longer in my life But I loved that one too. Felt way more comfortable than the stock barrel handle that comes on the CCK cleavers P. S. This thread has gone soooooo far of the rails 😁😂🤣
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May 19, 2019
14themoney
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May 19, 2019
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Happy rails to you, until we post again.
May 19, 2019
ToastoSando
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Mar 22, 2019
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CHINA MADE.
Mar 22, 2019
SantiagoDraco
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Feb 14, 2019
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No surprise another product made in China with zero disclosure from Massdrop. Yes as usual they want to hide this from consumers.
Feb 14, 2019
MandoBear
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Sep 6, 2018
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Received mine a little while back. Very decently finished, nice balance, and a reasonable edge out of the box (but that can easily be improved with a few minutes on the water stones). Packing and presentation is lovely. Would be a really nice gift for someone new to "nicer" cooking knives. Happy with mine.
Sep 6, 2018
dgreekstallion
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Jul 26, 2018
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My mom loves cooking, so I got her the 8" Chef's knife. Think she'll be happy?
Jul 26, 2018
ToastoSando
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Mar 22, 2019
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I might look for a different choice. This knife is made in China.
Mar 22, 2019
anteck7
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Jul 24, 2018
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Where are they made?
Jul 24, 2018
Jaggi
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Jul 25, 2018
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Probably China or Taiwan.
If they were made in Japan you'd think they'd say that on the blade rather than merely "Japanese Damascus Steel".
Jul 25, 2018
sodbuster
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Feb 15, 2019
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Reading the information at Amazon indicates that they are made from Japanese steel in a China factory.
Feb 15, 2019
leolson
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Jul 23, 2018
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I have the 9.5" and 8" chef's knives. They are beautiful and well made knives that came wickedly sharp out of the box. I am looking to complete the collection and really wish they were offering the 6" Boning Fillet knife here. Price wise the knives offered here vary a little each way from Amazon at the moment. The 3.5" Paring knife is $6 less here. The 6" Utility knife is $10 more here. The 5.5" Santoku is $1 more here. The 8" Chef is $10 less here.
Jul 23, 2018
skndd
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Jul 23, 2018
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Whats the spine thickness on the kiritsuke, gyuto and santoku?
Jul 23, 2018
Vincy
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Jul 24, 2018
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They are about 2.05mm.
Jul 24, 2018