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Hello everyone.  As some of you may already know, I have been working on a “secret” project and its time to share this with the world!!! 

HHH Custom Knives will be offering some limited runs of Stainless kitchen cutlery! 

I have been working closely with the one of the oldest knife manufactures of kitchen cutlery in the USA. Designing and refining a HHH Production 240mm gyuto. This is our 9.5" blade chef knife.

I chose AEB-L Stainless steel, because its a great Stainless steel for kitchen knives that is easy to maintain and takes a CRAZY sharp edge!

  The profile and blade grinds are based off my "custom" 240mm western handle chef knife. This part of the project has taken considerable time and efforts. But it was worth it. As that will result in all around better knives!  The manufacturer has been making kitchen knives for over 100 years. Not to mention there doing some amazing stuff currently. That combined with the attention to detail and refining the product to meet my standards. I know these knives will be a home run.

The blades will be  Heat treated to my specs. with a RC of 60/61 Which is almost as important as the grinds. 
They will  be ground full height with distal taper.  thin behind the edge where it matters and will be great all around cutters.
These knives will have my western handle profile. and each will be handled with hand picked 4AAAA figured rosewood handles. You know if I selected the handle material its gona be beautiful!!

The blade specs are as follows.
240mm on the edge. Thats 9.5"
height will be approx. 49mm at the heel. approx 2"
Blade thickness will be approx 2.5 mm above the heel tapering to the tip. 
Overall length is approx 14.5″
Rounded spine and choil for comfort
Contoured Rosewood handle With 3 stainless pins securing them.
Blade will be marked HHH and numbered. 1 of 100

This first batch will be numbered on the blades 1-100 and come with a certificate of authenticity.

Expected delivery Christmas 2013. But with production ya never really know. If this changes I will update this thread with new expected delivery dates. Yet L&G remain positive that delivery to me will be mid Dec. Making Christmas doable!

I will deliver these in the order in which I received the payments.

Pre order price on this will be.
$245.00 delivered in the USA
$240.00 + 25.00 delivered international. 

To secure yours visit my site and GET YOU SOME!!!  :)  Here is a link 

Knife pictures  are of the actual proto type that they are using to make this run of knives.  I currently dont have a finished knife to show ya yet! But will have soon! You can count on it looking very similar to this knife and all of my custom AEB-L stainless knives Made this year.. The finished knives will have Highly figured and even burly Honduran rosewood handles. and 3 SS pins.

Thanks and God Bless
Randy

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The knife shown is the prototype. 

To secure yours visit my web page and GET YOU SOME!  :)  

Photos of the custom versions of this knife :)  

The first 100 will be numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity..

Doing it right, right here in the USA!  This is very important to us here at HHH Knives. All the steel for these was purchased from a American supplier. These knives will be made 100% in the USA by fellow Americans. From the Heat treating guys to the folks hand grinding each blade. to the guy who cut the wood for the handles. Even the Stainless fasteners were made in the USA!  

Speaking of the wood for the handles.  They will not be your ordinary handles.!! :)  I hand picked every set of scales for these knives!!  Its some amazing and beautiful 4AAAA  Rosewood.  There gona be AWESOME!! 

Thanks for sharing this on the net and for your support and encouragement! 

Hey you know all you guys out there that cant make your wife understand about knives?  Bet if you put one of these under the tree she would

I like your way of thinking Jan!

That would look good in  our kitchen.



Jan Carter said:

Hey you know all you guys out there that cant make your wife understand about knives?  Bet if you put one of these under the tree she would

Good thinking Jan.  You know there are MANY guys that love to cook and are very good with a knife!! :)  

Update. :)  Here are some images of the grinds on this cutter!  a heel shot and a picture showing the bevel face. These are gona be like cutting with a laser! 

I also snapped a few images of some of the Rosewood thats for these. :)   

Thanks to all for your support and encouragement

Look at that Rosewood!

Thanks for keeping us informed on this one Randy



Jan Carter said:

Look at that Rosewood!

Thanks for keeping us informed on this one Randy

My pleasure!  Jan you wouldnt expect anything less then amazing and beautiful when it comes to handle materials from me would ya? :) 

It is very nice, so pretty.



Robert Burris said:

It is very nice, so pretty.

Thanks much. I hand selected the wood for these. and am happy to report that the sales or going amazing on these!!   Your knife knuts are the best!  

The blades are all cut and will be shipped to Heat Treat tomorrow. So far everything is on schedule for Christmas delivery!  

God Bless

Randy

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