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Hand shark made of high quality ABS, designed with human engineering principle bring you much convenience, needle made of stainless steel, durable to use without corrosion and rust
21-Pin stainless steel, extra-thin and long pin design does not distort meat, making beef, poultry and pork more delicious.
This meat tenderizer is easy to clean, you could just soak in warm soapy water after a few minutes and wash it with the brush
Comfortable handle design makes is super safe to use, there is a hanging hole on the top of handle make it convenient to hanging
Suitable for all meats: not only hard or cheap meat, including but not limited to beef, pork, chicken, turkey, poultry, etc. It can be used in many types of meat
Specifications Size: 7.6*1.9 inches Material: Handle made of ABS and needle made of stainless steel Pin Quantity:21-Pin design Functions 1, Reduce cooking time 2, Make the meat more tender and more delicious Warning:? *Keep out of reach of children.? *Do not use it on the kitchen counter, it will be damaged *Before using the item, remove the bone or thaw the frozen meat to prevent damage to the blade
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