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F. Dick Ergogrip 5" Semi-Flex Curved Boning
F. Dick Ergogrip 5" Semi-Flex Curved Boning

F. Dick Ergogrip 5" Semi-Flex Curved Boning

SKU: 829 82 13
Ergonomic Handle Provides A Comfortable And Secure Grip

High-Carbon Stainless Steel Blade

Quality German Construction

NSF Certified For Commercial Use

Laser-Tested Cutting Edge


List: $22.00
Our Price: $12.74
Product Details
The Ergogrip model of knives from F. Dick were designed and constructed to be a professional, commercial grade line for butchers. The Ergogrip knives are some of the highest quality stamped blade commercial cutlery available.

Features include:

Polished, durable blade with laser-tested cutting edge.
Seamless connection of steel blade and plastic handle.
Extra wide thumb rest.
Non-slip handle, with no abrasion ergonomic design.

Ergogrip line from F. Dick was designed for the serious butcher looking for a high-end work knife that was built to provide comfort and dependability. Ergogrips are constructed of X55CrMo14 stainless steel with a Rockwell hardness of 56. Handle is constructed of Polyamides--nylon polymers known for their resistance to wear and abrasion, heat tolerance and resistance to chemicals.

Blade Length: 5"

Friedr. Dick was founded in 1778 in Esslingen, Germany and is still family owned. F. Dick is known for their quality products made in Germany. Unlike other well-known German knife manufacturers that will have certain models made in other countries to cut costs, F. Dick products are all German made--meaning that even the entry level lines are made in Germany under the same quality assurance as the higher priced models.

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"cut around 800 deer"

on 3/26/2020 12:02:45 PM

Remarks: Great knives. I worked two seasons of the NJ/PA hunting season as a butcher and each season me and another guy cut over 2000 deer together, each with the same knife for nearly the whole season. So, to be clear, I'd come in around number 400 and leave around number 2000 so, if you figure that we both did about half each then we both cut ~800 dear each during that period. We also cut a few bears, some pig and some lamb but whatever. I used only one knife each season but he did change to a new one ... More details

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