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- Sturdy stainless steel blade
- A bent tip makes prying open oyster shells easier
- Soft, comfortable handle won’t slip in your hand, even when wet
- Dishwasher safe
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OXO International Oyster KnifeGreat tool to use when working through a bushel of oysters. The stainless steel blade has a bent tip to penetrate and pry open the shell.Model #: 35681 Material: Stainless steel Color: Black Soft handle Bent tip Dishwasher safe Height: 1" Width: 3" Length: 7" 375369
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Working through a bushel of oysters is simple with the OXO Good Grips oyster knife. Its soft handle is shaped to nestle comfortably in your hand. Even better, the handle wont slip as the sturdy, stainless-steel blade with its bent tip penetrates and pries open the toughest shells. The oyster knife is dishwasher-safe.
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I thought the edge might be too thick at the first glance, but it was not and worked great. I just opened 10 strong oysters easily with it. The edge and sharpness is the right balance between being sharp enough to crack the shell and not hurting yourself by accident.
This thing is big and heavy. The space where crab is supposed to go into is too large, so that for small legs, it's ineffective. I end up using the raised area for those small diameter legs. When I do so, the handle spreads too wide for a comfortable grip. I think these could be made little smaller and be more useful. These are definitely made very heavy duty. It can crack large lobster craw and not break. I am using these and cheap rod type cracker to eat crabs and lobsters. Neither will do all.