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Mister Twister Saltwater Piranha Electric Fillet Knife

   

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Mister Twister® Saltwater Piranha Electric Fillet Knife features an increased cutting surface engineered to handle the tough scales and skin of many saltwater fish species. Equipped with 25% more torque and 15% more speed than most other electric knives, the heavy-duty 9" stainless steel knife blade sports hundreds of serrations that will easily cut through just about anything. 110V AC.

  • Increased cutting surface
  • 25% more torque, 15% more speed vs. most other electric knives
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel blade
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Great Knife I replaced my old Mr. Twister with the Piranha. The first batch of fish had snapper redfish and a tripletail. The longer blade made a huge difference, more flexible it made short work of even the trip. August 24, 2010
Fillet Knife This knife is supercharged and comes standard with long blades! I would recommend this knife over the standard mister twister any day...I have already used this knife a few times from crappie to 24" stripers its awesome...... May 21, 2010
Very nice fish cleaning tool I have used other electric knives over the years, and this one beats them all. I can definitely tell the difference in the increased speed of the blades from my last knife. It has made quick work of the small to medium sized freshwater fish that I have used it on. Have not used it on bone-filled northern pike yet but I look forward to it. It runs cooler than my last knife and I hope it lasts as long as past knives I have used. The cord could be a bit longer as I am using an extension cord that I did not need for my last knife. May 1, 2012
Best one yet! I have owned and burned out 3 other electric fillet knives. On / off switch failure on one, overheating after cleaning just 3-4 fish in a row on another and just plain lack of power to do the job on my last one. I have not had this one very long but have used it extensivly and I am very satisfied with it's performance. It does not get hot with extended use, the on / off switch is dependable and located correctly for ease of use. And most importantly it has the power to do the job when cleaning stripers and bluefish! December 19, 2012
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They suppose to have the same power unless you got a hold of a bad one.If only 1 blade moves,you lose 1/2 the cutting power and basically useless.Mine worked great 1st month I had it,but 1 of the blades quit working once I got into larger fish.Lots of other people mentioned larger fish doing the same to theirs..Returned for new unit,but ended up costing me $20 to ship it back registered mail. I'll avoid them from now on.
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The Piranha has 25% more power than the Electric Fisherman. Also more torque.
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No. But the Electric Fisherman blades will fit.
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No, you would need the Mr. Twister replacement blades.
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DOES IT HAVE STEEL GEARS IN IT AND IN THE TRANSMISSION????
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Not sure of what material is used,but it has plastic where the blades snap into.Mine wore out in less than 2 months.only 1 blade moves.Thought it was dull blades but same results with a new set.
Gotta reprint a reciept and send the pc of junk back to the manufacturer.
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Yes, I have used both 9 and 7 inch blades from my original mister twister electric fillet knife.
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You can do a search for mister twister and the blades will show in the results.
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do you cut through the rib cage? while cleaning white bass etc my friend cuts up to the top of cage. I did cut the ribs and the knife (not this brand) got hot did not like that route on the larger fish.
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Depends on how big the fish is. I cut through 13 inch crappie without any problem. I usually cut around the ribs on large bass and catfish. Most freshwater electric knives aren't made to handle that much work, they will overheat and die.
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yes i cut to the back bone then down then i cut the ribs out, this knife has a fan in it so it dont get hot. have have used every other knife on the market and they all get hot but not this kinfe
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yes i cut through the cage then trim the fillets when im done... this knife goes through like butter and does not get hot...
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Yes, I did cut through the ribs and the knife stayed cool to the touch.
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how long is the cord?
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its coiled up its 3 feet but when you pulll it get up to about 5 1/2 to 6 feet
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its only a couple of feet but i always use extension cords anyway.... the cordless electric fillet knives dont last long and you have to buy extra batteries...ill stick with the corded models
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