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6" Boning Knife

Executive Chef Series II
Model: 2014
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Availability: In stock

Sugg. Price: $94.99

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    Description

    Our 6” Boning/Fillet Knife is perfect for getting the largest cuts off of bone-in meat. With an extra thin blade and the perfect balance of flexibility and strength, this knife can make beautiful fillets with ease. It’s also good for trimming fat, giving you healthier, leaner meat for you and your family.



    Our 6” Boning Knife is perfect for getting the largest cuts off of bone-in meat. With an extra thin blade and the perfect balance and strength. This knife can make beautiful fillets with ease. It’s also good for trimming fat, giving you healthier, leaner meat for you and your family.
    Additional
    Model
    2014
    Warranty
    Life-Time Warranty
    Knife Type
    Cleavers & Boning Knives
    Tang Type
    Triple Tang
    Edge Type
    STRAIGHT
    Blade Length
    6”
    Blade Material
    X50CrMoV15 High Carbon No-Stain Steel
    Handle Size
    4 3/4 inches
    Handle Material
    ABS
    Dimensions
    L - 10 1/2 inches W - 1 inch H - 1 1/8 inches
    MSRP
    $94.99

    Use

    • Always use caution when handling sharp objects.
    • Avoid cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal or glass.
    • It is not advisable to use any knife but a meat cleaver to cut through bone, as other blades can be easily damaged.

    Care

    • Hand-wash with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately.
    • Maintain the knife's cutting edge by regularly using a honing steel. Always hand wash and dry right away.  Never leave them sitting in water for extended periods.  They can rust and the pakkawood can swell.
    • Sharpen as needed. With regular use and honing, your knife should not need sharpening more than once or twice a year.
      The honing steel straightens the edge.  It does not sharpen.  The diamond steel should be used approximately once a month or when your knives don’t feel sharp after using the honing steel.  The diamond steel has powdered diamond dust to remove a small amount of metal to get your edge back.  If the diamond steel and honing steel doesn’t work its time to use a V sharpener.  The V sharpener will strip off the old edge and put on a new one.

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    1. Great knive review by Sausage man on 12/13/2016
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      This is a great knife that has a even better company that stands behind it.

    2. GREAT KITCHEN TOOL review by MARCO on 5/17/2015
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      I have used this knife for over 6 years and find it most necessary in the kitchen. I recently purchased a second one so can take turns honing 10, 8 & 6 inches.

      Don't hesitate to purchase if you are in the market for a boning knife. The quality and value is really first rate.
      Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Quality, Balance, Easy to Clean, Size 10 & 6 , Strength, Sharpness, Shape.

    3. Sharp and Flexible review by fxu on 5/15/2015
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      This knife is great; extremely sharp and I love the fact that it is flexible.
      I recently had to bone a whole salmon and was looking for a knife that would easily accomplish this task;

    4. Works better than my high dollar hunting knives review by Tincup on 11/27/2014
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      Great knife for butchering wild game.

    5. very good review by Howard on 4/24/2014
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      I have been looking for the right knife for a while and I have finally found it. I do not like light knives and this one is heavy and feels great in the hand. I would expect this knife to last my lifetime and way down the family line.

    6. very good review by Howard on 4/24/2014
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      I have been looking for the right knife for a while and I have finally found it. I do not like light knives and this one is heavy and feels great in the hand. I would expect this knife to last my lifetime and way down the family line.

    7. best Chef knife review by shady on 11/6/2013
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      As a professional Chef, i give it 5 stars in value and quality also the price is good comparing to any other brand with the same quality,

    8. urDBQkJLjYDkLq review by Wayne on 11/6/2013
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      , these knives are ubnelievable for the price and for that matter forget the price. They have great blades that are strong, rigid (not flimsy blades that could break) and incredibly sharp. I have been using these knives daily for 4 months now. Used and washed the main chopping knife daily, yes daily. The blade is as sharp now as it was when I bought it. Some things to note, and again, for the price these do not warrant a bad star rating but if you are looking for perfection, you will want to know this (and probably shouldn't be buying a $30 set of knives). A previous review stated these knives fade. That the black fades. Yes, they do, but after the usage I have put them through the fading happens after the first couple washes and then stops. They are a faded washed looking black. They all fade just slightly differently but not enough to notice unless you are standing right in front of them. Another point is that the blades tend to get some markings on them. Not scratches but something that I think happens in the dishwasher like a stain. Not rust but almost like a water spot that doesn't go away. The steak knives are better than any other set I have ever bought except Cutco. Again, they are firm not flimsy and sharp as any other blade. The scissors are not cheap. They have stood up much better than the kind you buy separately at retailers. Oh, and lastly and probably what I like most about these blades. The serrations are not individual pointed edges that tend to tear your meat. They are rounded so they provide the same cutting power of a serrated bladed but giving a very clean edge. I even use them to slice sushi rolls and they do a very nice job without tearing or flatting the roll. Hope this helps. And I would buy another set in a heartbeat if I needed one, but I don't, these are just fine so far.

    9. satisfied review by Ollie on 11/6/2013
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      I feel satisfied with this knife, quality and the price good deal

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