Rapala are a company who have been in existence since 1936, making fishing lures which have been sold to fishermen in more than 140 countries worldwide. It all started when lauri Rapala made his first fishing lure made out of cork Their growing list of world records and pro staff means the company has been able to do mighty things over the years. These days their lines are not confined to just fishing lures. They also make some pretty impressive items including pliers, fillet knives (manual and electric) and all of them are very high end quality products. Rapala is certainly a name you can trust when it comes to quality products. They have got production facilities in Finland, France, Ireland, Estonia and also China. The company grew fantastically in 1962 when LIFE magazine published an article on Rapala and these days they make more than 20 million lures each year. With their knives and other fishing products you now have all you need to deal with fishing. Rapala – the only name to trust.
Rapala Deluxe Cordless Elec Fillet - NK09306 Rapala Deluxe Cordless Fillet Electric Fillet Knife Set. Advanced air flow design. Stainless interchangeable 6 and 7 1/2" blades. Features quite, long lasting motor. Two rechargeable battery packs - each with up to 30 minutes of battery life. Smart Charge Battery Base - when fully charged unit deactivates to protect battery. Power Up battery charger base recharges battery to full charge in 3 hours and 45 minutes. Auto Shut-off green light turns on when fully charged and ready to use. Longt power cord. Packaged in compact hardshell travel case with white plastic cutting board."
Rapala Deluxe Electric Fillet Set - NK08669 Rapala Deluxe Electric Fillet Knife Set. Advanced air flow design. Stainless interchangeable 6 and 7 1/2" blades. Features quite, long lasting motor. 18 foot power cord. 110 volt adapter plugs into wall socket to fillet fish in the kitchen or garage. 12 volt adapter plug to power up with car or boat lighter outlet. 12V post clips clamp to boat or car battery for filleting in the field. Packaged in compact black hardshell travel case with white plastic cutting board."