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I was just wondering if anyone else had tried it. I used one this weekend and thought it worked great. The one I used we have had laying in the cabinet for years. Don't know how long it would last, but they don't cost much.
 

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I was just wondering if anyone else had tried it. I used one this weekend and thought it worked great. The one I used we have had laying in the cabinet for years. Don't know how long it would last, but they don't cost much.
I have used one for years. Love how smooth it leaves the edges. I prefer the green and yellow Mr Twister electric fish fillet knife as it has much better torque.
 

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How long of a blade are you using?

Do they work on deep frames?

Any tips, tricks, or special techniques?

I have one that gets used once a year for turkey...might have to sneak it out of the kitchen!!!
 

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[video=facebook;248240775196718]https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=248240775196718[/video] this is the battery operated one I used to use. Sometimes I will dip in water between box's to clean.
Are you keeping the blades warm , dipping it in hot water or isn't it necessary.
 

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The one I'm using has about 8 inch blades. Probably a little short for deeps, but works great on my mediums. I uncapped 4 boxes without heating or dipping in warm water. I just let the blades cut and moved it along, about 10-15 seconds per side. I guess I'll use it til I wear it out.:)
 
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