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Kapoosh Dice Knife Block, Light Oak Woodgrain

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Light Oak Woodgrain
  • Fits knives with blades up to 8 inches long
  • Flex rods are removable and top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Food-grade plastic flex rods won?t chip or dull your knife blades
  • Patented flex rod technology conforms to shape of each knife and holds it in place
  • Non-skid rubber feet keep block from sliding
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Kapoosh Dice Knife Block, Light Oak Woodgrain + Victorinox Fibrox 8-Inch Chef's Knife 40520, 47520, 45520, 5.2063.20 + Victorinox Swiss Army 3-1/4-Inch Fibrox Straight Edge Paring Knife, Black
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Product Details

Color: Light Oak Woodgrain
  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 5.6 x 8 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000Q4I9LM
  • Item model number: 650
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (260 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,176 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Light Oak Woodgrain

Kapoosh knife blocks take the hassle out of storing and organizing your knives – no more rummaging through a drawer full of mismatched cutlery or searching to find the pesky slot in a traditional wooden knife block. From your standard chef’s knife or boning knife to the kitchen shears or honing steel, there is a spot for every shape and size in the Kapoosh. If you have a kitchen and use knives, this slotless knife block is for you!
With its patented rod technology conforms to the shape of each knife and holds it in place anywhere in the block, making it easier to mix and match knife sets. Food-grade flex rods won’t chip or dull your knife blades. Flex rods are removable and top-rack dishwasher safe. Smooth finish easily wipes clean. Non-skid rubber feet keep block from sliding. The Dice Block comes in three finishes; Light Oak Woodgrain, Black Woodgrain and Bamboo Wood. Try the universal, organize and store all your knives block!


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Customer Reviews

The block looks great, it very sturdy.
Lala
I have many knives of various sizes - I really like the fact that I can put any knife in this block.
Hanna
After awhile the rods get bent backwards and it becomes harder and harder to put knives in.
S_in_Seattle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

108 of 110 people found the following review helpful By P. Herbert on January 9, 2006
Color Name: Light Oak Woodgrain
I bought this block 2 months ago. The block consists of a column of tightly packed thin plastic rods. When you slide in a knife, they get displaced and snugly hold on to the knife. There are no slots like traditional knife blocks, which allows you to slide in many many more knives, and in any arrangement you choose. I currently have 13 items in the block, including a big Chinese cleaver, honing steel, 5 large knives (ie, chef's) and 6 small knives (ie, pairing)...and there is still room for more! I was skeptical at first, but now I am a believer.

The plastic rods are approximately 8" long, so longer knives will stick out a little. But they still get held in place by the rods.

Pros: Fits more knives than a all-wood block. You choose the knife configuration. Cheaper than most all-wood blocks. Washable. Plastic should not dull knives.

Cons: Angle is a little too upright, so I need to slide the block out from under my cabinet (or tilt it) to get at some of the knives in the back.
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76 of 81 people found the following review helpful By S. Flask on January 20, 2008
Color Name: Light Oak Woodgrain
i purchased this block to take care of one specific problem: i couldn't fit my meat and vegetable cleavers in my regular knife block. i saw this product recommended in cooks illustrated, and they said the only flaw was the block didn't fully hold knives over 8". my cleavers are 6" and 7 3/4", so i thought i had solved my problem.

well, not really. it holds the 6" cleaver if you give it a solid shove to get it down in the rods, and the 7 3/4" cleaver sticks out above the rods by a solid inch. i assume this has to do with the front edge of the cleaver displacing too many rods compared to a standard pointed knife. so when it comes right down to it, this block can't simply house two standard cleavers - not quite 'universal'.

the pros? well, i found out i could shove other useful things in it. my meat thermometer fits perfectly, and i can actually stick my metal measuring spoons in the block, handle first. this is great because i don't have to dig through a draw to find these frequently used items. so i'm happy about this.

i like the product, just beware if you have cleavers or very long knives, it's not happening.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Julia Rampke on January 6, 2008
Color Name: Light Oak Woodgrain
I first found the Kapoosh at Bed, Bath, and Beyond about a year ago... we got one for our counter, and absolutely loved it! About a week of use, we went back to the store and got two more, and now we have three of them side by side containing all of our knives, kitchen scissors, sharpening steel, etc.

This product is absolutely fabulous - easy to clean (just pop out the rod insert and put it in the dishwasher), attractive, safe, and keeps your knives and tools attractively and safely nearby when you need them.

As one reviewer noted, I have had some of the rods bend inside the wood case when I wasn't careful about how I put a bulky item (such as scissors) into the Kapoosh, but that's my fault and not the product's. You just need to make sure you're not carelessly jamming the bulky items into the rods.

This last Christmas season, I was delighted to find the Kapoosh on sale in my small home town in Oregon, and I immediately bought several and gave them to my mother and sisters as gifts. My nephew, a budding chef, was ecstatic over the addition to their kitchen - so easy to use, easy to clean, safe, and doesn't dull knives the way woodblocks can. My family members all went down to the store and bought multiple Kapooshes to keep on their counters the way I do! :)

Highly recommended!
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By HugeStakkaBoFan VINE VOICE on April 15, 2007
Color Name: Light Oak Woodgrain
This product represents a very good idea that was perhaps not as well executed as it could have been. If you like to mix and match knives, or if you simply have more than two big ones most of the pre-cut blocks out there allot for, then you'll certainly appreciate the convenience of having no pre-cut slots. Shove anything you want anywhere you want, and it sticks. But there are a few drawbacks:

1. It's not deep enough to handle anything longer than 8".

2. The little plastic rods aren't rigid or dense enough to support heavier pieces well. If you put them along the top, they'll sink down until they hit something else. You can get around this by putting them along the bottom, so it's not the end of the world, but still...

3. Moisture isn't going anywhere in here. Stick a bunch of little plastic rods together and they'll create tiny capillaries between themselves which will hold water next to your blades for days on end. If you have any high end cutlery that's prone to rusting, you'd better make sure those things are wiped bone dry before you stick them in here, because they will not air out the way they would in a wooden slot.

Still, it's cheaper than one of those magnetic strips, and there's no holes to drill, so I'm keeping mine.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By L. Hodge on December 3, 2008
Color Name: Light Oak Woodgrain
Loved this item when I first bought it. Perfect solution. However, after a year, the knives were difficult to impossible to push down all the way. What happens is this: after months of use, the rods get bent and once they are bent, they are ineffective. The more you use this product, the more rods you bend; the more rods you bend, the less useful this product becomes. I am writing this review because I am online looking for a "traditional" knife block now.
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