Dexter Russell S133N-7PCP 7" Sani-Safe® Fillet Knife w/ Polypropylene White Handle, Carbon Steel

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KaTom #: 135-10613 • MPN: S133N-7PCP 10613

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Dexter Russell S133N-7PCP Description

Dexter Russell

The Dexter S133N-7PCP Sani-Safe® fillet knife is ideal for processing crappie, bluegill, and other small fish thanks to the handing and control created by the 7-inch blade length. Since the blade is thin, it can slide between the fish’s skin and top layer of meat for a clean cut. Flex points in the blade allow bending while filleting without losing its shape. Made of DEXSTEEL™ high-carbon steel, the Dexter S133N-7PCP Sani-Safe fillet knife has a blade that is resistant to staining and strong. The white polypropylene handle is textured to reduce the risk of slipping and create a secure grip.

Product Details

  • Handling and control are provided by the 7-in. blade length
  • Best suited for filleting smaller fish like crappie, perch, and bluegill
  • Thin blade easily slides between the fish’s skin and the top layer of meat to offer a clean cut
  • Blade’s flex points allow it to bend during use and snap back into shape
  • DEXSTEEL high-carbon steel blade resists stains and is durable to withstand commercial use
  • Polypropylene handle is easy to clean
  • Handle is textured to reduce the risk of slipping
  • Seal between the blade and handle eliminates a crevice that can harbor bacteria
  • Overall Dimensions: 7 in. blade, 412 in. handle, 1112 in. overall L
  • NSF certified
  • Made in the U.S.

Sani-Safe® (10613) Fillet Knife, 7", narrow, stain-free, high-carbon steel blade, non-slip, textured, polypropylene white handle, Perfect Cutlery Packaging, NSF Certified

Dexter Russell S133N-7PCP Specifications

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Manufacturer Dexter Russell
Residential Yes
Weight 0.16
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