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
Mister Twister® Saltwater Piranha Electric Fillet Knife or Blade
I got one.... my friend has one and we both like them very much. If you are cleaning crappie or big ol' strippers this will get R done.
July 8, 2012
l Cleaned a few bass with it. Had a little trouble with the bigger fish. I don't think it would work very well with a 20 lb Amberjack or Bull Dolphin, even though it is advertised for saltwater. The rib bones are just too big and hard. Fine f or regular bass and even catfish (yes, you can fillet them just like bass) . Could have more power.
June 15, 2012
One of the Best so far!
Filleting thousands of fish,this saltwater mr twister is the finest that I used.It puts the rapala dual voltage to shame. Plenty of power. I cleaned 33 fish the day it arrived and the handle was still very cool. Be cautious of the tip because it's built like a box knife and just as sharp. Blades are easy to locate to replace unlike many electric knives that I have used in the last 25 years.
May 23, 2012
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
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.
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.
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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