The 8″ fillet knife is perfect for seafood
The K Sabatier 1834 Authentique 8″ Fillet knife is the purposeful refinement of its slicer brother (8 inch and 10 inch slicing knives). Hammered very thin, this filleting blade becomes very flexible without changing its original slicer profile.
Best used for
- Fillet fish with precision and ease. The flexible and sharp blade glides through delicate fish flesh.
- Being able to slice so thinly, you can remove bones from fish fillets to better prepare them for cooking or grilling.
Blade Flexibility: Inspired by French fillet knives, this knife incorporates blade flexibility, ensuring minimal cutting disturbance. Whether you’re portioning, removing skin, or separating fish from bone and spine, the flexible blade addresses these needs at home or on the line.
Award-Winning Craftsmanship: The K Sabatier 1834 Authentique collection won the IWA International Knife Award in the Gourmet Knives category in 2009 in Nuremberg, Germany.
Powerful Stainless Steel Blade: The blade is crafted from Z50C13 stainless steel with a hardness rating of 57/58 HRC as a result of cryogenic tempering (-70° -80° air cooled), which creates an increased edge retention while remaining flexible. Resulting in an extra fine double bevel profile, which is finished by a crosswise manual polishing.
Long-Lasting Edge: The 20-degree sharpening angle removes only half the amount of steel compared to the 15-degree angle common to Japanese knives, prolonging the knife’s lifespan.
Handmade French Leather Scabbard: Each blade comes with its own handmade French Leather sheath, protecting the blade from damage while adding an element of premium craftsmanship.
Knife Sharpening: We offer a complimentary knife sharpening service for all fillet knives purchased from hacher&krain.
Knife Maker: K Sabatier
Collection: Authentique 1834 Ltd.
Steel: Stainless Steel
Hardness: 57/58 HRC
Blade Length: 8 in (20 cm)
Total Length: 12 in
Weight: 96g +/- 4g
Handle: POM (Polyoxymethylene)
Washing Machine: Not recommended
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