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paul o' vendange

paul o' vendange


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Sure.  First is Matfer's "couteau filet de sole," A flexible blade, wider:

 

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Second would be Wusthof's "Grand Prix II Flexible Filet de Sole."  Flexible filet blade, with a more dramatic sweep and narrower blade.  It is also flexible (v. "semi-flexible" or "rigid":

 

wu4625$01-wusthof-4625-18-grand-prix-ii-

 

I know Wusthof makes an 8" model, 4518-7/20, which looks good.

 

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  It isn't cheap, and I'm wondering if anyone has been happy with lower cost knives for filleting large flat fish, salmon, etc.

 

 

 

 

paul o' vendange

paul o' vendange

Sure.  First is Matfer's "couteau filet de sole," A flexible blade, wider:

 

w-1200-h-630-zc-2-couteau-filet-de-sole-

 

Second would be Wusthof's "Grand Prix II Flexible Filet de Sole."  Flexible filet blade, with a more dramatic sweep and narrower blade.  It is also flexible (v. "semi-flexible" or "rigid":

 

wu4625$01-wusthof-4625-18-grand-prix-ii-

 

I know Wusthof makes an 8" model, 4518-7/20, which looks good.  It isn't cheap, and I'm wondering if anyone has been happy with lower cost knives for filleting large flat fish, salmon, etc.

 

 

 

 

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