Filet Knife

20 cm |
$134.00

20 cm slender blade, perfect for filleting fish and deboning meat.

  • Perfect for filleting and boning meat and fish
  • Ultra-sharp steel: 67 layers of VG10 steel (61 HRC)
  • Comfortable grip: Handle made of G10 composite
  • Perfect balance: Makes cutting work easy and comfortable

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<li>Especially suitable for filleting fish, boning, and trimming.</li>
<li>Steel: VG10 core steel surrounded by 66 layers of stainless steel (67 layers in total)<br></li>
<li>Hardness: 60-61 HRC</li>
<li>Handle: Ergonomic black G10 composite, ensuring a firm grip</li>
<li>Blade length: 20 cm</li>
<li>Weight: 187g</li>
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  • Especially suitable for filleting fish, boning, and trimming.
  • Steel: VG10 core steel surrounded by 66 layers of stainless steel (67 layers in total)
  • Hardness: 60-61 HRC
  • Handle: Ergonomic black G10 composite, ensuring a firm grip
  • Blade length: 20 cm
  • Weight: 187g
  • Only use plastic or wood cutting boards
  • Always wash by hand and dry immediately
  • Use a ceramic honing rod and/or sharpening stone

<ul>
<li>Only use plastic or wood cutting boards</li>
<li>Always wash by hand and dry immediately</li>
<li>Use a ceramic honing rod and/or sharpening stone</li>
</ul>

  • Especially suitable for filleting fish, boning, and trimming.
  • Steel: VG10 core steel surrounded by 66 layers of stainless steel (67 layers in total)
  • Hardness: 60-61 HRC
  • Handle: Ergonomic black G10 composite, ensuring a firm grip
  • Blade length: 20 cm
  • Weight: 187g
  • Only use plastic or wood cutting boards
  • Always wash by hand and dry immediately
  • Use a ceramic honing rod and/or sharpening stone

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Precision, Sharpness, and Great Design Combined in One Knife

We are excited to introduce this Limited Edition filleting knife — available in only 200 pieces. The slim yet strong blade is perfect for the fresh catch from the sea, enabling precise cuts and beautiful fillets of salmon, trout, cod, or your favourite fish.

With this filleting knife from Gastrotools, you have a tool at hand that ensures a safe and precise cut — every single time, whether it involves filleting, deboning, or trimming meat.

The composite handle ensures a good grip, allowing you to always handle the knife safely.

Filleting fish requires precision — and the right filleting knife.

With its flexible and narrow blade, filleting fish becomes even easier. The 20 cm blade of the filleting knife allows you to follow the fish bones and quickly and easily separate the fillet. You can also use the filleting knife for trimming meat or deboning poultry. Gastrotools' comfortable grip makes filleting effortless.

A Filleting Knife That Completes Your Toolkit

The filleting knife, with its 67 layers of steel, offers unique precision and sharpness. The core of the knife consists of VG10 steel, and the overall combination of steels creates a wavy appearance and a hardness of 60 HRC on the Rockwell scale, while other types of kitchen knives typically have a hardness of 55 HRC. This hardness means it stays sharp for a long time, giving you a tool for life.

This filleting knife will undoubtedly be the finishing touch in your toolkit.

Extreme hardness and sharpness

Our kitchen knives are a celebration of advanced technology and traditional craftsmanship. The unique composition of VG10 steel ensures a blade hardness of an impressive 61 HRC, surpassing standard kitchen knives significantly. This not only means long-lasting sharpness but also a reliability you can count on every day, year after year.

Read more about VG10 steel

Aesthetic beauty and ultimate strength

Not only are our kitchen knives a visual delight with their 67 layers of steel creating a breathtaking wave pattern, but each layer also contributes to a strength that protects the core and ensures the knife's integrity. Whether slicing, chopping, or filleting, our kitchen knives express a design balance between art and science.

Extreme sharpness for life

Trusted by professionals

Thomas Rode

Former Michelin chef

Dak Wichangoen

Former Michelin chef and Masterchef judge

Brian Mark Hansen

Kitchen chef, Søllerød Kro

Jeppe Foldager

Head Chef, Dragsholm Castle