8" Curved Breaking Fillet Knife - Blue Fibrox Handle & Fluted Blade - 10% off 12, 40% off 100

US$ 8.86
(Inc. GST)
US$ 8.05
(Ex. GST)
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8" Curved Breaking Fillet Knife

Handle is made from Fibrox which is strong enough to withstand the toughest of treatment while giving the grip a comfy and slip free feel. Fibrox is specifically engineered for the Food Industry.
Fluted Blade allows for less blade resistance as there is a lower surface area in contact with material being cut.
Fluted blade - Less operator fatigue, easier cutting
Blue fibrox handle
 Dishwasher safe
Heat resistant 
Ice-colded technology
Total length: 33cm
Blade Thickness: 2mm
Width: 2.7cm
Weight: 120g
“MEFE” knives are made to the highest possible standards to achieve the best quality and longevity available. Blades are made from High Carbon Stainless Steel 420J2 which is heat treated and annealed to obtain a hardness of 50-60 Rockwell. This hardness is tough enough to hold its sharp edge, yet remains soft enough to enable sharpening.
Please refer to our store for steels and stones for correct sharpening methods and tools.
The knife is dishwasher safe, heat resistant, and has had ice-colded technology. Our knives are Professional Quality and Industry formulated for heavy use. 
These are not cheap knives - Just Clever Engineering and Distribution.
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  • 5
    Quality Knife

    Posted by Guy W on 3rd Jul 2019

    I used a couple of their knives and they were pretty good in the kill floor. Very hard steel similar to the F. DICK KNIVES but they were relatively thick. Pretty cheap too. Not sure what anyone else thinks about them as I didn't know many people who used them.