Electric carving knife

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  1. Farm4wildlife

    Farm4wildlife Elite Refuge Member

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    Looking for an electric, prefer cordless knife for carving large amounts of meat daily. Didn't know if anyone here was familiar with them. I have looked at both the bubba fillet knife and the Waring cordless.

    Using in a commercial kitchen and a meat slicer won't work. Need something around 7" minimum blade length.

    Any recommendations?
     
  2. Long Shot

    Long Shot Senior Refuge Member

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    I am sure a restaurant supply co. would be able to help.
     
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    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator

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    I just got a new one for Christmas, though it is a corded one. I don't carve at the table, so I am always near an outlet. Never have to worry about the battery level that way.

    I did a lot of research before I gave the wife my request. I went with the Black and Decker model. Looks to be the same knife, corded or cordless. Highly rated across the internet. I am happy with it. I have done 2 turkeys and a prime.

    https://knifegeeky.com/best-electric-knife/
     
  4. WHUP ! Hen

    WHUP ! Hen Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    When I was in college 50+ years ago a fraternity brother and I decided to make a little cash over Christmas break. We got a job demonstrating the “New and Exciting Hamilton Beach Electric Knife”, in a Supermarket in Kansas City. This is the first time it came available for purchase. We cut endless loaves of French bread. I got careless and dam near cut my left thumb off, I had to have 12 or 14 stitches. Here I was with a big bandage in my thumb, our supervisor came along an asked what happened, we got fired....but we did sell a helluva bunch of them. I still have a scar on my thumb. We did have lots of fun and met a bunch of cute girls.
     
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  5. Farm4wildlife

    Farm4wildlife Elite Refuge Member

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    I have looked through a few of them. Not a lot out there that I found, just the Waring model.
     
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    CookMan Elite Refuge Member

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    Really? Can you not go to the inter-web and look for a electric knife?
     
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    Farm4wildlife Elite Refuge Member

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    That's what I have done. That's why I stated two different brands.


    However I'm not certain looking at pictures of them how they will do. Looking to see if anyone has experience with them.

    I figured someone here would at least be familiar with the rapala fillet knife.

     
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    News flash----this is the interwebs...:doh
     
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  9. Long Shot

    Long Shot Senior Refuge Member

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    I have a Rapala filet knife, it’s the HD model. It’s the cord model & works well. Rapala makes a cordless model but the reviews are not very good. I have had American Angler, Piranaha & Rapala electric filet knives, I like the Rapala HD as well as any.
     
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    I've got a HB electric knife that's probably 50 years old and it's still truckin' along. Never tried to slice my thumb off though.
     

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