Williams-Sonoma, Sears and Amazon.com offer cordless electric knives. These devices make carving and slicing easier, and eliminate the cord that sometimes gets in the way. Since they are rechargeable, they work well for anglers who want to clean their catch before heading home.
Electric knives use a pair of matching serrated blades. An electric motor in the handle of the knife moves these blades in a back-and-forth motion to cut through food with less effort than a manual knife. They work well for large cuts of meat, such as hams, turkeys and roasts. The serrated blades cut through freshly baked breads without crushing the loaf.
The Waring knife provides an LED light to allow for better use in low light conditions and a slicing guide. The guide helps the user to cut uniform slices for serving the family. Its lithium rechargeable battery ensures enough power to finish carving the meal. This knife has a carrying and storage case to keep all the parts together.
The Rapala rechargeable cordless electric fillet knife includes a 6-inch and a 7.5-inch set of blades with the option of adding a 9-inch set. Rapala includes two battery packs so the user has the option of charging one set while using the other. Each pack requires over three hours to recharge.