|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||48312|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||RH Forschner by Victorinox products are guaranteed to be free of defects in materials and workmanship.|
Victorinox Cutlery Edge-Mag 10-1/2-Inch Magnetic Knife Blade Protector
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All of these give the Edge-Mag covers a serious advantages over cheap slip-in plastic guards and BladeSafe style locking covers. If you are professional cook or chef, you owe it to your knives and knife bag to buy these covers, so both will last.
I also own one of the Victorinox BladeSafe guards and the Edge-Mag, on first impression at least, is much nicer (less bulky, holds knife better).
It is true that a block, or one of those in-drawer knife organizers, or a magnetic strip would be better for organizing knives than the Edge-Mag. But I don't want to sacrifice the counter space, I don't have the drawer space, and I don't want my knives hanging from the wall. So these are perfect for me and probably for you too if you have a small kitchen.
I've since come to realize that the culprit here is moisture. I think the knives still had a bit of water on them when I put them in the guard and that caused the plastic of the guards to rip out and stick to the side of the knives. Now, obviously you should completely dry your knives before you put them away anyways, but take extra care if you're using these guards.
Other than that one issue, I really liked these guards. Simple, easy, effective, lightweight, and secure. As well as affordable. Other than the (fairly major) issue with the plastic ripping out and adhering to the side of the blades these are great knife guards but I'm currently ordering a new set of non magnetic guards for my work knives.
At least I'm a engineer and know how to do eletrolysis to take off the rust from the knives, the Solicut was fine, but the Santoku was almost ruined by the rust.
I think the magnetic alloy has some rusting properties or so, IMO the magnetic protector is a cleaver idea but the magnetic alloy can't have direct contact with the knife, it should have some kind of plastic cover, it is better for the knife and you can also clean the protector without worring to rust or damage it in some way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had left my regular knife guards behind on a trip, so I ordered this 3 pack. They're pretty easy to trim to size -- but I put one on a clean knife and stored it in a... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by -scott
I love those so much that I am ordering again! These are the best case for a 10/12" slicers. It is true that if the knives have any trace of moisture, the case actually kept... Read morePublished 3 months ago by WY
Easy to use, and they can be cut down to fit whatever knives you may have. The magnets are very strong and don't lose grip over time. Would purchase again.Published 4 months ago by Kristine Khusial
Simply the best way to protect your valuable blades. The magnetic sleeves clamp onto any blade shape and hold tight. They are easy to disengage but won't come off by themselves. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. Regular Guy
Keep your knives AND the covers perfectly clean and dry, or both will get incredibly rusty.Published 4 months ago by Amanda G.