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New Gear: Quick-Change RazorFin Fillet Knife

Outdoor Edge's new RazorFin might be the perfect knife for ice fishing.

New Gear: Quick-Change RazorFin Fillet Knife

Outdoor Edge has incorporated its patented RazorSafe replaceable-blade technology into the new RazorFin, an ergonomically designed fillet knife, with scalpel-sharp blades that can be swapped out quickly, easily and safely.

Each RazorFin includes three 5-inch scalpel-sharp fillet blades, plus the company’s new 3.4-inch gutting blade that will open fish like a zipper without the risk of piercing internal organs.

The Japanese 420J2 stainless steel blades have Rockwell-C Hardness (HRC) rating of 55-56, which is the same HRC rating used by premium German-style knife makers. The handle is made from a non-slip Grivory, and the overall knife weight is just 4.1 ounces. Overall knife length, with the 5-inch fillet blades installed, is 10 inches. The package includes a blade storage box.

The RazorFin is currently available nationwide and online at


  • Fillet Blade (3 Pcs.): 5.0 in / 12.7 cm
  • Gutting Blade (1 Pcs.): 3.4 in / 8.6 cm
  • Overall Fillet Blade: 10.8 in / 27.5 cm
  • Overall Gutting Blade: 10.8 in / 23.5 cm
  • Weight: 4.1 oz / 116 g
  • Blade Steel: Japanese 420J2 stainless
  • Rockwell-C Hardness: 55-56
  • Holder: 420J2 with black-oxide coating
  • Knife Handle: Grivory® with TPR inserts and stainless steel pocket
  • MSRP $44.95


  • Patented RazorSafe™ blade change system
  • Press the lock button in the handle to change blades fast and easy
  • Blade holder supports the razor blade for the strength of a traditional knife and sharpness of a surgeon’s scalpel
  • Includes two styles of interchangeable fillet and gutting blades
  • Lockback blade release is secure and reliable
  • Ergonomically shaped nonslip TPR grip prevents fatigue during long periods of use

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