blankblank said: i did. they has been playing the up down as a reaction to the seller since the 4th.
lol, funny answer but...no. Found threads back from the end of July with this price (and slightly lower). If anything, this seller is trying to undercut Amazon...not the other way around.
Also, looks like both have plenty in stock.
posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 9:05a
I have these....they hurt my hand and feel cheap. THEY ARE SHARP.
But I just picked up a Shun on lightning deal and I'm much happier with that than I am with these knives.
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posted: Nov. 13, 2012 @ 5:24p
I've got the paring knife and it is by far the sharpest knife I've ever owned, even today 6 years after I bought it with no resharpening (have to send it in to Kyocera). It will slice a grape so thin (literally a fraction of a millimeter thick) that you can see through it.
These are not for people who just dump stuff into the sink - they do need to be babied and hand-washed, as they are fairly fragile if you abuse them at all. Gave one to a relative and I don't think hers lasted more than maybe 4 years because she insisted on just dropping it into the sink or into the dishwasher or using it on a glass cutting board and/or to hack instead of slice and hers got pretty badly chipped up.
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