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The Dexter-Russell Sani-Safe S133-8WS1-CP 8" narrow fillet knife comes with a sheath, has a polypropylene handle and a high-carbon steel blade, and can be used to fillet fish. The blade is made of high-carbon steel, which is harder than low-carbon steel and resists corrosion, stains, and wear to maintain its edge. The handle is made of polypropylene, which resists impacts and wear, can be wiped clean, and is textured to help prevent slipping. A finger guard helps keep the user's fingers safely away from the blade. A seal where the blade meets the handle keeps out food particles and bacteria. The knife measures 13" long overall, with an 8" blade and a 5" handle. This product meets National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 2 for use in food handling and processing.

"p"Dexter-Russell manufactures cutlery and related accessories. The company, founded 1818, is headquartered in Southbridge, MA.

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