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Dalstrong Shogun Series Fillet Knife

Review Last Updated: February 3, 2020

Nancy Reagan
Product Review by Nancy Reagan

Product Features

  • G-10 Handle
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • AUS-10V Japanese Super Steel

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Dalstrong Shogun Series Fillet Knife.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Non-slip Military grade handle
  • Easy to clean
  • Tapered blade provides minimal slicing resistance and non-stick properties
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Protective sheath included
  • Professional chef standard

Cons

  • Protective sheath is slightly too big for the knife
  • Not budget friendly

Dalstrong Shogun Series Fillet Knife Product Review

The curved Dalstrong Shogun Fillet Knife works excellently for filleting, skinning, de-boning, trimming, de-scaling and butterflying.

The narrow blade curves up towards the tip to efficiently work around the bone, joints, and in-between skin with minimal drag. The blade glides through meat and fat, providing clean the separation of tissue from bone and skin.

Chefs seeking the best knife to fillet fish should purchase the Shogun Fillet Knife. Dalstrong combined ancient Japanese sword making methods with the latest technology to create this kitchen powerhouse staple.

The premium G-10 handle is heat, cold and moisture resistant, providing military-grade life-long durability. Also, the ergonomic handle shape is engineered for remarkable hand control, comfort, and agility.

Finally, the sharp AUS-10V Japanese super steel cutting core offers superb performance and edge retention. The high-carbon stainless steel provides exceptional stain resistance, strength, and durability.

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