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Chicago Cutlery®Walnut Tradition 7.5” Slicing / Fillet Knife


Walnut Tradition 7.5” Slicing / Fillet Knife


Chicago Cutlery®Walnut Tradition 7.5” Slicing / Fillet Knife





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Print This Chicago Cutlery® slicing/fillet knife has a slender blade, designed to reach tight-fitting spaces when filleting fish and meats. Triple-compression brass rivets provide extra safety and stability. And the stainless steel blade resists pitting, staining and rusting.

  • 7-1/2" Slicing / Fillet Knife
  • Professional stainless steel blade
  • Sharpened for precision cutting
  • Contoured handle for comfort
  • Full metal tang provides added strength, balance, and control
  • Full Limited Lifetime Warranty

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  • Q:

    Anyone find a sheath (leather preferably) for this knife? I love it for filleting fish, would love to find a sheath to put it in for storage.
    Asked on 10/16/2014 by mnclayshooter from Minneapolis, MN

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      Unfortunately we do not have any sheaths available for purchase or replacement.

      Answered on 10/30/2014 by Brett from WKConsumerCare
  • Q:

    do you have any knives that was not made in china?
    I ordered from amazon and they are the worthless knives, even a dog could not use it.

    I bought years ago and they lasted me a long time. But I need more and I do not want them made in china.

    Do you have any original knives not made in china.
    any reply would be grateful.
    thanks and have a great weekend.
    deborah patwary
    Asked on 10/11/2014 by debi from florida

    2 answers

    • A:

      Debi -- I also have several original Chicago knives. I'd suggest checking, maybe, on Ebay or Amazon. Google might be able to help you find someone with a stash of the originals with the carbon steel blades & the walnut handles.

      Answered on 4/26/2015 by Kate the Kurnudgeon from pasadena, CA
    • Staff Reviewer


      Please be advised that all Chicago Cutlery knives are made in China.

      Answered on 10/29/2014 by Brett from WKConsumerCare
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Chicago Cutlery® Warranty

Chicago Cutlery knife products (does not include cutting boards) are warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship under normal household use for the lifetime of the product. Any piece found to be defective will be repaired or replaced at no charge with the same item or an item of equal or greater value. This warranty is not valid for products damaged by misuse, for purposes other than normal household use, or failure to follow the manufacturer’s Use and Care instructions. In no event is World Kitchen, LLC liable for consequential damages.


Chicago Cutlery® Use & Care

Knife Care

For best results, hand-wash your knives with a soapy cloth and dry immediately. Soaking wood-handled knives in water can remove the natural oils from the handles. Dishwashing may cause nicks on the blade edges. Additionally, the heat and detergent may have a corrosive effect on the knives.


Sharpeners are not for use on scalloped or serrated edges. For optimum performance, knives should be sharpened after every couple of uses. Use a scouring powder to clean and remove metal particles from your sharpening steel. After cleaning the steel, rinse with water, dry it thoroughly and store in a dry place.

Sharpening Steel

  • Hold sharpening steel point down on flat stable surface such as a table or cutting board.
  • Angle knife blade approximately 15 degrees from the sharpening steel. Imagine the knife blade is at approximately 11 o’clock and 1 o’clock.
  • Pull the knife down and across the sharpening steel in a slight arc, pulling the knife handle toward you.
  • Repeat on the other side of the steel.
  • Repeat these steps 3-5 times, alternating the right and left side of the cutting edge.
  • MagnaSharp® in Block sharpener
  • Insert your fine edged knife into the sharpening slot.
  • While applying slight downward pressure on the knife edge, pull the knife out of the slot.
  • Repeat this 3-4 times, and your knife edge will be realigned and sharpened.

MagnaSharp® Mouse Sharpener

It is small enough to store in a drawer or, better yet, the back side is a magnet so you can place it on the refrigerator, your stove, or anywhere close to your cutlery.

  • Open the sharpening area.
  • Insert your fine edged knife into the sharpening slot.
  • While applying slight downward pressure on the knife edge, pull the knife through.
  • Repeat this 3-4 times, and your knife edge will be realigned and sharpened.


Sharp knives should never be stored loose in a drawer because contact with hard objects can dull the blade and reaching into a knife drawer can be very dangerous. Many Chicago Cutlery® sets are sold with a hardwood block for safe, convenient storage. MagnaStrip™ storage is another way for convenient and safe storage, saving counter space with a magnetic strip.


  • Use the correct size and type of knife for the job.
  • Cut away from the body when possible.
  • Use knives with a wooden or polyethylene cutting board.
  • Do not use a knife to stab, pull or lift materials.
  • After handling a knife, lay it down in a cleared area with the blade away from the body and a safe distance from the edge of the cutting area.
  • Do not reach blindly for a knife; reach deliberately for the handle.
  • Never try to catch a falling knife.
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