Dexter-Russell Sani-Safe S122-PCP 4" Boston Pattern Oyster Knife with Polypropylene Handle
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The Dexter-Russell Sani-Safe S122-PCP 4" Boston pattern oyster knife has a pear-shaped polypropylene handle and a high-carbon steel blade and can be used to shuck an oyster. The blades of Boston-style oyster knives are typically narrower than those of Galveston and New Haven oyster knives. The blade is made of high-carbon steel, which is harder than low-carbon steel and resists corrosion, stains, and wear. The handle is made of polypropylene, which resists impacts and wear, can be wiped clean, and is textured to help prevent slipping. A seal where the blade meets the handle keeps out food particles and bacteria. The knife measures 6-1/2" long overall, with a 4" blade and a 2-1/2" handle. This product meets National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 2 for use in food handling and processing.
Dexter-Russell manufactures cutlery and related accessories. The company, founded 1818, is headquartered in Southbridge, MA.
Top Customer Reviews
For amateurs, Combining a Glove AND a Towel is like using a Belt AND Suspenders to hold your pants up!
Which one is the ideal one for you to choose? Hard to answer that one, because it depends on the type of oyster you have in front of you!
For the medium sized Pacific Rock oyster (Crassostrea gigas) this one Dexter Russell Sani-Safe Boston Pattern 4" Oyster Knife is the best.
So, that said, buy this knife and rest assured it's the same knife as the other and save yourself 5 bucks
The knife is incredible, this is the 3rd one I've bought. Not because they are flimsy, but because I shuck upwards of 400 oysters a day and I don't always have time to grind them down after the occasional chip.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the one you need for Louisiana oysters - products with fancy handle has blade that is too thick to workPublished 4 months ago by Raymond R Allen
Good Oyster shucking knife but blade is a bit too long for comfort. Just looking at it, it wants to go through the oyster and deep into my wrist. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ditch
Can't go wrong, this is the same knife the local oyster farms usePublished 14 months ago by Steven Palesch
This was a very good replacement for the oyster knife I broke the tip of. It has a thin blade with a point sharp enough to cut the hinge and sides sharp enough to cut the muscle.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Best oyster knife ever. We lost our old one, and tried a couple of others. Nothing compares. Just ordered this again.Published 21 months ago by Sarah S.