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Perfect for your kitchen cutting tasksRazor sharp stainless steel bladeGenuine oak handle with brass rivetsHardwood stand for storage/displayOverall length: 4 1/2"
Cut fruit and vegetables and even fillet fish with this Ridge Runner Alaskan Ulu Knife! It features a razor sharp stainless steel blade and a handsome, genuine oak handle with brass rivets. It also includes a hardwood stand for storage or display.
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This is a good little knife, overall it works well. I Bought three for camping, kitchen and shop. there was one flaw it rattles, the handle is not secured to the blade, some epoxy would have helped.
This is smaller than I thought it would be. It's small to handle deftly, and the handle isn't shaped very well for use. Consequently, it's been relegated to a drawer and I continue to go with a chef's knife or paring knife. I've seen larger ones available, so I may try one of those. But for $5.99, I guess it's about what you might expect.
A bit small for my hands but still a great tool for cutting small vegetables like garlic, scallions, etc. need to find me one that will fit my hand better but I am still happy with this small one anyway.
they are small and sharp too , I have the bigger ones too, But these are great for the price and are great for cutting the fruit and fish open and cleaning them far butter than the bigger ones. more controlable in your hand to, I use them for all types of food and they work very well thank.
I bought one of these a year ago or so and have been very pleased with it. I lost the use of my right hand and find it very hard to cut up meat and it works great. Mine is razor sharp and well made. I liked it well enough that I just ordered another one. My only complaint is that it is hard to take it with you when going out, would love to have a sheath for it.
My husband loves it not to big not to small he is going to try and skin a deer with it when the time comes
very disappointed with the size,but that is on me I should have read all the info. I will keep and will use it. When you have the real Ulu please let me know i want the real thing
Not that good it is very small. However the price was not high so for the cost you get what you pay for. I have a good ulu from Alaska and it is much larger and better but I paid much more for it. This does not reflect on CH kadels they are a great place to get cool things and I will surely be shopping there again as I have in the past.
The revits werere also very loose, but I'm hoping to tighten them. It was completely dull too. I might haqve loved it, if it was twice it's size
I like the tool,one must be careful so not to cut oneself with the ends. the center is not sharpe,yet good for scraping the back side of the hide or leather. From what I have read from others, they do not know much about it as to clean animals killed for food and hides for clothing, They(the tool) may not be the real thing from the Eskimo in Alaska, but they do the job for the price