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I love serrated knife sets...well... anything serrated actually... the word is just... well... interesting? :-/
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Talesin wrote:Ouch. If I was going to pay this much for a set of knives, they sure as **** wouldn't have a serrated edge.
Shun's a great name, but with no ability to use a knife steel for truing or re-sharpen these with any measure of ease at all when they /eventually/ dull, they'll end up as throwaways, no matter how long it takes them to finally degrade to the same level as any bargain-bin set.
OK, just checked from shunknives.org... They will sharpen for free for life... here's a quote from the website...
First, your best option is to send the knives back to the Kai USA facility in Portland, Oregon. At the Portland facility, we can restore the factory edge to your blade for the life of the knife, at no cost to you aside from mailing the knife to us. Just make sure you include a return address and telephone number so we can contact you if needed.
To have your knives sharpened, send them to:
18600 SW Teton
Tualatin, OR 97062
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if you have a set of big, sharp knives, it shouldn't be very difficult to shun ken onion... >=b
so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...