Architec Recipe Rock
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- Magnetized rock for holding magazine sheets, printed recipes; or recipe cards
- Holds 8 plus pages
- Ideal for an office
- Small enough to fit in most spaces on the counter
- Makes a great gift
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The slight curve to the rock helps hold up the paper so that it doesn't bend or collapse. It is much smaller than I expected (about 2 inches high and wide) which is a bonus as it takes up very little space on the counter top and can be stored easily in a drawer. (For a recipe ripped out of a magazine, use a looseleaf paper behind it if it wants to fall down.)
On my Recipe Rock, the magnet resides inside the round metallic disk on the base (rock). The metallic ball is not magnetic.
Obviously this will not work with cookbooks, but for recipes on loose leaf paper, this is a GREAT little kitchen gadget. As I normally have several recipes out on the counter top when I cook, I will be purchasing at least one more of these. (Update: I've since bought another for myself and 5 others as gifts. Everyone who received one loved them!)
...wish the magnet was a cube rather than a ball. that way, when you drop it, it doesn't roll of the counter and onto the floor and under the fridge. oy!
This is a high quality product and works perfect. I have read that it can hold 5 pages....I have only tried it with one but it is a very strong magnet. It seems a little smaller in "real life" and less obtrusive. It would easily fit in your "magic" kitchen drawer but is small enough to just leave out on the counter.
Would definitely recommend and it would make a wonderful hostess gift!
A great design. Small footprint and the curve and the angle ensure that the paper doesn't collapse onto itself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great item. Small enough that you don't feel like it is taking over a counter in your kitchen.Published 1 day ago by Ashley Pond
Works as advertised. Great to give as a gift too. Very handy.Published 2 days ago by Randall Byland
Use it for recipes and for keeping up with knitting patterns.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
almost all my recipes are on printer paper and this holder is perfect. also sturdy, small and inexpensive.Published 12 days ago by Jeanne Campbell
A little smaller than I thought it would be, but works great!Published 13 days ago by William L. Butts
It's small and does the job beautifully. Also useful in office. The only other single recipe holder I found on the market was big and clunky. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Tom Kennelly
Product's great, but ceramic one one was chipped. No big deal. Would return it but that's a pain in the _ _ _ .Published 19 days ago by Carl Newman
this is not just super cute have been using it for all my recipe cards right fit makes a great gift alsoPublished 22 days ago by Sandra Soave