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Unread 01-08-2012, 02:15 PM   #1
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Question Knife bag, knife roll? Recomendations?

I'm in need of a nice handy bit of kit to transport my knives.

I already have a canvas roll type bag but I'm not happy with it and would rather have something two or three fold that looks/feels more organized and not a metal/plastic type hard case.

What are you guys using and can you offer some advice on selection?

The glitch in the system is the wife says I need to sell something if I want to buy one. I may have a work-around on that though.
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I use this and it's well thought out and incredibly well built.

http://www.chefknivestogo.com/ultima...knife-bag.html

I don't actually transport my knives a lot, but if I did and really, really needed the case I already used, then I'd probably end up buying one of these because they're so beautiful and I love anything hand made.

http://www.leather-worker.com/

There's a lot of good choices here. I bought a cheap $25 Messermeister roll and I hated it so much I just gave it to my dad who did give it some use.

http://www.chefknivestogo.com/kniflugandac.html
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Thanks Kyle the leather looks bad azz!

Thinking of something of good quality, not rolled and a little less expensive. It will need to fit into luggage keeping everything safe in and around it. The wife suggest trading one of my Thermapens for a case... Told her stick hers in a envelope for me. lol
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Hmmmm Me things I need to graduate to this sort of thing.

Nothing there though that can handle my No.1 Chinese Cleaver...

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I am using this one, Al: http://koobikit.com/
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This is the one I use.

I'm not a pro or anything, but I won't leave my knives in the kitchen for the SoDT to ruin, so all my stuff is kept in this bag in the garage, including the stealthy black Thermapen.

http://www.missionrs.com/M30429M.html
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I use this and it's well thought out and incredibly well built.
I'm looking for a new one, my current case isn't long enough for my 14" blades.

What's the maximum length knife this will take? I looked at the website but couldn't find the dimensions.
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I've got this one and I really don't care for it.
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Hmmmm Me things I need to graduate to this sort of thing.

Nothing there though that can handle my No.1 Chinese Cleaver...

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I have a Chinese cleaver and a 100 year old Beatty meat cleaver that I transport in mine.

http://www.chefknivestogo.com/ultima...knife-bag.html
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I'm looking for a new one, my current case isn't long enough for my 14" blades.

What's the maximum length knife this will take? I looked at the website but couldn't find the dimensions.
I really doubt it'll accomodate a 14" blade, but I'll measure it for you and let you know!
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Man... I feel pretty ghetto with my revamped toolbox. I keep my knives up top (lined with non slip foam drawer liner) and tongs and whatever else in the lower compartment... It's been working so far!

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Thanks Kyle the leather looks bad azz!

Thinking of something of good quality, not rolled and a little less expensive. It will need to fit into luggage keeping everything safe in and around it. The wife suggest trading one of my Thermapens for a case... Told her stick hers in a envelope for me. lol
I'm not a big fan of the rolls either. The Ultimate Edge case that I linked and the Koobi Kit are probably the best choices for a knife case (not roll). They're probably pricier than you want (I thought so too) but they're honestly very well built and worth the price. Most anything cheaper than these will be poorly designed rolls.
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