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Chicago Cutlery 1063947 Magnetic Knife Storage Strip

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  • From Chicago Cutlery, magnetic knife storage strip for knife organization
  • Stores knives and other metallic utensils within reach with magnetic attraction; safer for chefs and knives alike
  • Mounts onto kitchen walls with ease; all hardware included for installation
  • Chicago Cutlery offers a lifetime guarantee for defective parts or workmanship
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 1 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00091SDR2
  • Item model number: 1063947
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (398 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,271 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Chicago Cutlery Magnetic Knife Storage Strip includes 1-Each magnetic knife storage strip.Chicago Cutlery MagnaStrip Magnetic Storage Strip let's you choose where you want to store your cutlery. Simply affix this product to any wall, cabinet, etc and you have a safe, convenient storage for your cutlery and other steel gadgets. The powerful magnetic strip can help you organize your tools and find the right one at a glance. You've seen them in use in professional kitchens everywhere…now you can have your own.

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Keep oft-used cooking knives close at hand without the counter space demands of a knife block with this handy magnetic storage strip from Chicago Cutlery. With 75 years experience crafting fine knives and related kitchen products, Chicago Cutlery understands the importance of proper, and safe, knife storage. The magnetic storage strip can be affixed to any wall for immediate access, whether over a built-in cutting board or close to the oven. While stowing knives in drawers may lead to accidental cuts and scrapes to both user hands and knives while fumbling for a particular blade, the strip keeps knives visible and separate through the attraction between the magnet and the blade’s material. The strip also could hold other metallic kitchen utensils, including whisks, spatulas, stirring spoons and ladles. All hardware accompanies the storage strip for quick and easy installation. Parents with small children may want to mount the storage strip out of reach of children until they are old enough to practice knife safety. The strip is covered by a lifetime guarantee in the event of faulty materials or workmanship. This item weighs one pound upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling


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Customer Reviews

So easy to install.
crodriguez
Chicago Cutlery 1063947 Magnetic Knife Storage Strip is strong enough to hold large kitchen knives.
Adam Duckworth
It looks and works great.
J. Gallo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

184 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Tennessee Tea Lady on March 14, 2007
Do not purchase a more expensive knife strip.......this one is a fantastic value. The only problem I have with this product, and I do wish I could give 1/2 stars, because I would give it 4.5 stars, is that there are no installation instructions included, but it is fairly simple to install: (it comes with 2 screws which act as tabs, and there are black platic slots on the back, which slide out. Simply mark where the screws will line up and screw them into place, take out one of the tabs, slide one side of the strip onto one of the screws, then slide the tab you took out back into the strip and over the screw "tab". Done.) Still, installation instructions should should have been included. This product holds a 8 inch chef's knife, a 6.5 inch santoku, 2 9 inch slicers, a 9.5 inch bread knife, and about 3 paring knives (about 2.5 inches each) and a serrated tomato slicer (about 4 inches or so). The magnet is very strong and effectively holds the knives in place. This is a much safer method for keeping knives (do NOT store knives in a drawer) and will help to keep them sharper longer. Plus, this is more sanitary than a knife block in my opinion.

So, don't spend more on another knife strip. Get this one, you will not regret it.
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Hyoun Kim TOP 100 REVIEWER on December 1, 2011
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Having started a real knife collection with Wusthof cutlery, I was told by one of my friends who's wife works at Williams-Sonoma that a magnet strip is one of the best way to store your knives. Plus it looks awesome when you use one and it's full of knives too.

Deciding to use my retailer of choice (Amazon), I did a search of Knife Strip on Amazon and got a list of several. Some reviews were good, some bad on each one. What concerned me is that I wanted one where the magnets were strong and the installation was simple, yet sturdy.

I finally decided to go with the Chicago Cutlery one because of several reasons. The first reason is because past reviews mention that the magnets were very strong strong (a plus, you don't want them falling randomly... could be a potential disaster). The second reason is the price... other magnet strips have prices from $21+ and I didn't want to spend that much.

Although there are no instructions with this thing, anyone who is savvy with hardware & home improvement can mount these with relative ease. These come with 2 philips screws with drywall anchors if you don't have any available studs in your walls. Luckily using my studfinder, the length of this strip matched the exact width of my wall studs. I ended up using my level, a pencil, and philips screwdriver and mounted this flush against my wall. The endcaps of this knife strip need to be removed and despite the other review of how they are flimsy and fall off easily, my endcaps were as tight as a prison cell.

After about 10 minutes of installation, I had a very strong magnetic knife strip that holds my knives very securely, is mounted very tight (no leeway or flimsiness), and now my wall looks awesome as if I'm some kind of blacksmith hanging his knife collection on the wall.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By E. Chan on April 22, 2010
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Bought this item several months ago. Last month, I pulled a knife out, and one of the magnets followed, detaching itself from the holster. The problem with the product is that the magnet is glued into the plastic holster, which you then fasten to the wall. A large knife with a lot of surface area (like a meat cleaver) pulls the magnet quite forcefully. There needs to be more than just glue, and I'm gonna makeshift a solution into my model (screws or something else).

The good thing is that I called Chicago Cutlery and they replaced it free of charge. Didn't even need to mail the broken one back. I'm gonna figure out a way to fasten the magnet in there better, but I'll be careful in the meantime.
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42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By D. Fisher on January 9, 2007
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I really like this product, however I don't use it for knives I use it in my sewing room to keep all my scissors at my finger tips! Great product for sewing as well as cooking! The magnetic strip is really strong. I would recommend this product.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mark Schmittle on August 12, 2011
As the previous reviewer stated, this is a great product, but it needs installation instructions for simpletons like me. It is really, really simple once you understand how it's done. When looking at the product I took out the black tabs that slide into the ends of the strip. On these tabs are some round circles that look like marks where you're supposed to drill a hole to put the screw through, but that's not it at all! Disregard those circles completely - they have nothing to do with the installation except to confuse you. Look at the black tab. You will notice on the inside it indents like a real deep U; the head of the screw slides into this U, or rather, you slide this U over the head of the screw after the screw is already drilled into the wall. So the first thing you're going to do is put the tabs into the ends of the strip, then slide screws into the U's on both ends in order to measure the proper distance between the screws. Hold the strip with the screws in place against the wall with the point of the screws against the wall - that is where you mark the wall to drill the screw. Take the screws out of the tabs and screw them into the wall leaving the head sticking out about a 1/16th of an inch so the tabs can slide over the head. Slide one tab off the strip, then slide the other tab that is still attached to the strip over the one screw head, and finally put the other end of the strip over the remaining screw head and slide in the other tab. Voila!
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