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    Username Post: Case P210 Tomato Knife?        (Topic#892232)
    knifegloves
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    01-24-11 11:37.00 - Post#2278777    



    Hey everyone... been browsing eBay a lot and other forums and I am trying to find this knife available to buy from someone. It's a rare Case XX P210 Tomato knife. This knife came in a few styles (though very similar) so if anyone has ANY Case XX P210 knife, please let me know. Preferably the kind shown in the photo, though. Thank you!




    Edited by knifegloves on 01-24-11 11:37.43. Reason for edit: No reason given.
     


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    03-02-11 02:35.11 - Post#2304015    


        In response to knifegloves

    I've never seen a knife of that shape oor heard of that pattern. I wonder what is supposed to make it a "tomato knife?" I assume you've Googled " Case P210 to see what shows up?

    -Tom
     
    knifegloves
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    03-07-11 17:07.10 - Post#2308176    


        In response to BTS

    Yes... it is a Tomato knife (aka Vegetable knife). I have searched for months and have found a few but I am still searching for more. Haven't found one like the one in the photo for 8 months now. Hopefully I can find more.
     
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    03-08-11 08:42.34 - Post#2308535    


        In response to knifegloves

    I've never felt that a normal chef's knife or paring knife had any problem tackling a tomato or other vegetable. I can't envision the skinny blade and curved shape being advantages.

    -Tom
     
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    03-14-11 05:12.26 - Post#2312234    


        In response to BTS

    The reason I want these is because I am a horror-movie buff and this is the original knife used on the very first Freddy glove from A Nightmare on Elm Street. I don't want it for its function. It's a nice collectible piece for fans of the series.
     


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