New trowel

johnh

Active Member
Thinking of buying a new trowel. Have always used mt stainless ones
Looking at getting a carbon one and fancy something new
Looking at nela . Are their black edition ones stainless or carbon. I cant see it in the write up..
Cheers
 

John j

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Thinking of buying a new trowel. Have always used mt stainless ones
Looking at getting a carbon one and fancy something new
Looking at nela . Are their black edition ones stainless or carbon. I cant see it in the write up..
Cheers
Ss . I..m flogging one only used few times 35 quid delivered. Or you can have that for 200. Call him neil cause he.s like a razor
 

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johnh

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Before i order one can anyone confirm these arent stainless
Cheers
 

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johnh

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Have been using stainless for about 25 years.
Was taught at college with steel ones and drifted in and out using all types sizes.
Just feel like a change and stainless ones areca bit stiff
 

MIXERMAN

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I'm trying to break in my tyzack 14 " ready to go. But with no rendering it's tough. But they feel great . Might try some emery cloth on it .
 

Vincey

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Yes mate I got two , they are carbon 13x5 more solid and stiffer than all the other brands the carbon is better quality than marshalltown and nela , I’ve heard that the main man at curry has just died unfortunately and this has had an effect on the purchasing of the trowels but I will definitely be buying another
 

loky11

Active Member
Yes mate I got two , they are carbon 13x5 more solid and stiffer than all the other brands the carbon is better quality than marshalltown and nela , I’ve heard that the main man at curry has just died unfortunately and this has had an effect on the purchasing of the trowels but I will definitely be buying another
Where do you get them from mate ?
 

Vincey

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You’d have to choose the size on the link mate and also they have a good selector trowels anyway if you have a look, do have to pay import duty when they arrive at your house so add another £25 Ish per trowel
 

themucky1

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Any one got curry trowel ? Heard there meant to be good.
I got a 14” carbon steel only use it for skimming, stiff as fcuk and straight as a dye, I wouldn’t buy a marshaltown ever again they have gone down the pan dramatically. You’ll pay more for a curry trowel but worth it in my opinion. The kraft trowels seem decent too
 

bobski

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That it is , each to their own marshaltown,Kraft ,or Bon trowels are far superior but that’s just my opinion

I think the same although Bon are not up to Curry standards.

Had a s**t Bon trowel a while back, ended up launching it.
 
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