Kapoosh Dice Knife Block, Light Oak Woodgrain
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- Universal storage, allows you to insert knives anywhere
- Fits knives with blades up to 8 inches long
- 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
- Flex rods are removable and top-rack dishwasher safe
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|Material||Wood||Wood||Information not provided||Plastic|
|Dimensions||11.5 inches x 5.63 inches||7 inches x 12 inches||9.5 inches x 5 inches||10 inches x 4 inches|
|Item Package Weight||6.9 pounds||5.2 pounds||5.15 pounds||2.45 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Fits knives with blades up to 8 inches long.
Tired of chipping and dulling your knives?
Try a Kapoosh today! The Dice Block is our largest square knife block. It can hold more knives than traditional knife blocks and knives of any size or type slide in and out easily! The Dice has two attractive finishes: Light Oak Woodgrain and Bamboo Wood. Keep your knives and tools attractively and safely nearby when you need them!
- Flex Rod Dimensions:
- 4.75” x 4.75”
- Overall Dimensions:
- Height – 10.5”
- Width - 5.5"
- Depth – 7.5”
Kapoosh Dice Knife Block
Try Kapoosh and be part of the Kitchen revolution
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, making it easier to mix and match knife sets. Try the Dice and experience everything you don't get with a boring old knife block.
- Knives can be inserted anywhere!
- You can stick them in at a variety of angles to suit your needs!
- Hold it in place anywhere in the block!
- Unlike with slotted knife holders, flex rods conform to the shape of your knives!
- Sturdy design and plastic flex rods will stand up to years of use!
- Easy-to-clean, with removable and washable flex rods!
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
We have had our knife block for over a year now and I couldn't be happier. If you are wondering what actually makes this knife block work, let me describe the pieces. There is a hollow wooden holder with nice rubber feet. If you take the black part out, it could be any type of a container with a hollow bottom (just a few crossbeams built into the bottom of the block to hold the black insert in place). But, the black part is made up of thin, plastic rods adhered together in a black plastic square "cap" at the bottom. The plastic rods are thinner than a ballpoint pen refill and the cap is only about an inch high. If you take the rod structure out and set it on a table, you can actually brush your hand across the top and the thin rods will sway. Kapoosh does sell replacements for this piece, but we haven't needed one yet.
I like this item because I can organize the knives in the way that makes sense to me. I can include scissors and my old meat cleaver in this. It is weighted well and holds about 12 knives/accessories (right now I have the following in mine: cleaver, kitchen scissors, carving knife, sandwich knife, cook's knife, peeling knife, small cook's knife, bread knife, tomato knife, cheese knife, Japanese cook's knife and a meat fork).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are the best knife blocks in the world! I bought mine almost seven years ago and it still looks brand new, & I bought two more as gifts over the last couple years. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Denise W.
Arrived quickly and was as described. Easily accommodates our large and small knives.Published 2 days ago by IowaFamily
This is great. U can keep your own special knives safe without getting kicked or damaged by putting in kitchen drawer. Any size knife fits. Gave as gifts for Xmas this yearPublished 21 days ago by Debra R Stevens
fantastic concept....I own one and have bought as gifts multiple times. works great. Well made and solid. Holds up to regular use and easy to clean..what else is therePublished 28 days ago by peanut
I've had my Kapoosh for several years and love it. I've gotten admiring comments and questions about it from friends so I bought this one as a gift.Published 28 days ago by Sherry C
We are in the process of switching over to ceramic knives. Since ceramic knives are brittle and prone to chipping or breaking, this is an ideal knife block. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruther Glen Lynn