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Equipment Review: BUBBA revolutionizes the electric fillet knife with launch of latest product

Western Outdoor NewsPublished: Mar 13, 2019

Premium fishing lifestyle brand debuts state of the art electric fillet knife


BUBBA, a fishing lifestyle brand known for its high quality angling equipment ‘designed by fishermen, for fishermen’, is pleased to announce the debut of its first-ever Electric Fillet Knife (EFK). The 110V EFK is now available to consumers online via www.bubbablade.com and will soon be available at BUBBA retailers nationwide.

Josh Neville, Brand Manager for BUBBA, said, “The inception of the original Bubba Blade knife was born from a frustration at what existed on the market simply ‘wasn’t good enough’. Similarly, we were tired of electric fillet knives not having enough power, breaking mid-season from poor construction, or simply not providing the filleting dexterity we need as anglers. Our 110V Electric Fillet Knife, by contrast, was designed from the ground up – we obsessed over every detail. Motor speed, torque, construction quality, handling and grip have all been improved to set the new standard for performance in the category. Anglers will immediately recognize the familiar feel of quality and reliability BUBBA products are known for when they hold the EFK for the first time.”

Neville, added, “We have optimized every aspect of the traditional electric fillet knife and applied that research and development into this new product. We believe this has resulted in the best electric fillet knife consumers have seen yet.”


— A set of four high-carbon blades varying in size and flex (each coated with Titanium Nitride for extra resistance to corrosion)

— A ventilation system designed for maximum motor and transmission output, making it the most efficient cut on the market.

— Each EFK is sold with an EVA-molded carrying.

— Comes standard with the BUBBA iconic non-slip grip, a groundbreaking design that drastically improves comfort, ease, and safety while filleting fish.


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