Don’t damage your pocket knife by using it on oysters – use the right tool for the right job. The Opinel Oyster Knife follows a design that has remained nearly unchanged since 1955; if you’ve ever used an Opinel, you know how to operate this knife. Included instructions show you the safest and most efficient way to extract oysters.
- Stainless steel blade is only sharpened for the first 1.5cm you need to cut the muscle from the shell.
- Tip is in line with the centre of the handle for maximum safety while pushing.
- Blade locks open and closed with an easy-to-use twist collar.
- Fine-grain bubinga wood handle has been varnished to resist moisture absorption.
- Includes instructional booklet.
|Ideal for||Everyday use|
Blade edge type
Serrated edges are useful for cutting dense material like rope or webbing. They stay sharper longer than straight edges, but can be more difficult to sharpen.
|Blade material||12C27 stainless steel|
|Knife length (closed)||12cm|
|Knife length (open)||18.5cm|
|Blade locking system||Yes|