Rapala Heavy Duty Electric Fillet Knife
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- Manufacturer: Rapala
- Rapala heavy duty electric Fillet knife
- Heavy Duty Motor
- 7 1/2" dishwasher safe reciprocating blades
- Twice the speed and three times the power of standard electric fillet knives
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The heavy duty electric fillet knife has twice the blade speed and three times the power of standard electric fillet knives. Dishwasher safe 7 1/2 inch reciprocating style blade is included. The right size for almost all filleting needs. Comfortable, relaxed grip provides fatigue free filleting, 8' power cord gives you plenty of reach for working around the fillet tble.
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Rapala Heavy Duty Electric Fillet Knife, and I had never seen anything like it in my life. Fascinated, I asked him to let me try it. After a word of caution about its power and the razor-sharp blade, he turned me loose with the little monster. It fit my hand like a glove, and it glided through the meat without leaving a single jagged saw-mark in the slices. I knew immediately that I had to have this knife. The wimpy little electric knife in my kitchen would not have been up to this task, nor would its predecessor. He told me I could probably find one in a shop that specialized in fishing gear, but I had a better idea and found it immediately on Amazon.com. Better yet, with my Amazon Prime, I had my own Rapala Heavy Duty Electric Fillet Knife in 2 days. Regrettably, it came in one of those difficult to open clam shell packs, and there was no case and no shield for the blades. Not having a compartmentalized tackle box in my kitchen, I realized that storage could be a problem. Not to be deterred, I solved the problem with an item I had purchased from Amazon.com a couple of years ago, Chicago Cutlery 1063947 Magnetic Knife Storage Strip and, of all thing, a working jar from my cabinet. As some reviewers noted, the knife is a bit difficult to disengage from the motor in first few uses, but mine became easier to remove with use.