Morakniv Fishing Comfort Scaler Knife with Serrated Stainless Steel Blade
$14.00 - $225.34
- Short fish cleaning knife with a serrated back for scaling; suitable for carving
- Blade Thickness: 0.08" (2.0 mm), Blade Length: 3.9" (98 mm), Total Length: 8.4" (213 mm), Net Weight: 3.3 oz. (93g)
- Patterned, high-friction grip
- Plastic sheath with belt clip
- 1-year manufacturer's warranty
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The Mora Fishing Comfort Scalers are high-quality, all-around knives with a serrated back for scaling fish. This longer version has a 3.9-inch (98 mm) Sandvik stainless steel blade. Patterned high-friction grip handle and "Easy-Clean" sheath with two interchangeable belt clips. Mora Stainless steel options are ideally suited for marine, fishing, outdoor and construction applications, where knives see hard use and are commonly exposed to dirt and moisture. The chromium content of stainless steel makes them less susceptible to corrosion and oxidation than carbon steels, giving them a longer life overall. Mora Knives are made from high-quality Sandvik steel. Sandvik knife steels are characterized by ultra-fine carbides that result in superb forging and hardening properties. The absence of large carbide deposits promotes excellent edge sharpness for optimum cutting performance. Morakniv has been manufacturing the highest-quality knives in Mora, Sweden since 1891. Professionals worldwide trust the quality materials and fine craftsmanship of Mora Knives. Mora knives feature ergonomically-designed handles and employ premium-quality knife steel that is optimally adapted to the task for which the knife is intended.
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Top Customer Reviews
I was using this as a general purpose boat knife for several months, cutting rope, spiking fish, and generally abusing it. It wasn't as sharp as the day I got it but it was still sharp enough I didn't think I could do significantly better if I took it to my sharpening stones.
As a filet knife you'll be disappointed unless you want to stiffer knife for big offshore species (or particularly hardy inshore) but as a boat/camp knife A+. If you want a true filet knife Mora makes a thinner blade that I enthusiastically recommend even though it's not nearly as sturdy as this one and doesn't hold an edge as well.
It will get cosmetic only surface rust around where the manufacturer's mark is etched but otherwise I noticed no degradation of the blade despite not being meticulously maintained and frequently exposed to saltwater.
Now the big drawbacks. The belt clip is terrible. The sheath will go popping off the pivot if it gets bumped from beneath. That's why I'm replacing mine now and writing this review. Mine went overboard at some point last weekend. I'm going to try putting some tape around the little piece that moves to let you change clips, maybe that will help. Additionally, the "Easy Clean" sheath is really hard to clean unless you have access to a dishwasher to throw it in. If it gets fish goo or scales and stuff in the sheath field cleaning it is a PITA.