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If you've been following along since Day One you've been enjoying the saga of an apartment building full of … well, not always friends, but neighbors. And you've probably also noticed a lot of loose ends and few different conclusions of late. You've probably already guessed it: the end has come.
But don't worry. If you were a fan, you can always visit user Mouseka's amazing recap thread and enjoy the saga all over again. And it's worth it. She did an AMAZING job and we applaud her! Woo! Go Mouseka!
Anyway, next week, Home.Woot will be going back to the old-style writeups for a bit. Thank you to everyone who enjoyed, commented, or even just plain hated on our bold experiment. You guys matter greatly to us, and we want to keep you entertained as best we can. Please don't stop letting us know what we do wrong and do right.
And don't despair too much if you loved Sylvia and Chastity and Danielle and the rest, because we expect they'll pop up again from time to time. And we're pretty sure Mouseka will make a note in her thread when they do! Until that day, loyal readers ...
Celebrate Shun's first 10 years with a gorgeous Limited Edition 10th Anniversary Classic 8" Chef's Knife. But this Shun Classic is, quite simply, unlike any other. Instead of Shun Classic’s stainless steel Damascus blade cladding, this incredible Limited Edition knife features 32 layers of stainless steel and copper cladding. Ribbons of brilliant copper flow over the blade’s surface and are set off by copper accents at the bolster and endcap. The endcap also features a commemorative laser engraving. This Limited Edition knife takes the Classic Chef's Knife to a whole new aesthetic level. Only 3000 of these knives have been made and each one is sequentially numbered and comes with its own certificate of authenticity.
Shipping Note: Eligible for shipping to all 50 states
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Kai
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