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Spring Steel Tender Coconut Knife / Tender Coconut Cutter / Aruvaal / Multipurpose Vettukathi Kerala - 10 inch Curved Blade

Spring Steel Tender Coconut Knife / Tender Coconut Cutter / Aruvaal / Multipurpose Vettukathi Kerala - 10 inch Curved Blade

Regular price Rs. 750.00
Regular price Rs. 1,200.00 Sale price Rs. 750.00
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  • This spring steel curved knife is used for cutting coconut, big vegetables, and wood

  • Ideal for slicing, dicing, chopping, and mincing

  • Traditional Kerala handmade knife

  • This felling knife was made by Rural blacksmiths from Kerala

  • Long lasting & best quality made in India product for your daily kitchen needs

 The Handicraft Bill Hook is an absolutely essential tool for every Kitchen. The correct size for shaving / breaking of tender coconuts. It is suitable for all kinds of household activities like clearing up the garden by cutting down branches of trees, etc., This is Long Lasting and an indispensable accessory in every kitchen. Made up of spring steel. Handle is made from Fiber, good looking, easy to hold.

 

Disclaimer:
"Please note that this knife or coconut cutting knife you are purchasing in our website is intended solely for kitchen  or gardening purposes. It is not designed or recommended for any other use. By purchasing this product, you acknowledge its intended use, and we assume no liability for misuse or inappropriate handling outside of kitchen / gradening / religious related activities."

Materials

Iron / Fiber

Shipping & Returns

All products are available for delivery across India, along with a 7-day return policy

Dimensions

L x W x H - 38 x 9 x 5 Centimeters

Weight

600 g

Maintenance & care :

Make it dry after every use. There is a chance of rust formation if not used for longer period. Then wash it and apply oil. Then use it.

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Open a Tender Coconut

The right way to cut open a tender coconut is at the narrow end or lower tip where the fiber content is less and the hard shell can be easily exposed. You can either use a machete or just a knife or sickle to open from this end.