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Victorinox Cutlery Edge-Mag 10-1/2-Inch Magnetic Knife Blade Protector

3.9 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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  • Universal design fits most sizes and shapes
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  • Washable/Dishwasher safe at low temperatures
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  • Protects knife edge when not in use
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Product Description

Size: 10-1/2"

Protect your cutlery when not in use with the Edge-Mag, Magnetic Blade Protector, exclusive to Victorinox. It is functional, easy to use and really works. The universal design fits most sizes and shapes and can be cut to fit most blades. The Edge-Mag is hygienic - washable and dishwasher safe at low temperatures. Edge-Mag is manufactured with multi-poled magnets that cannot magnetize your knife.

Product Information

Size:10-1/2"

Technical Details

Part Number 13070
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 14 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches
Origin Switzerland
Item model number 48312
Size 10-1/2"
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty Description RH Forschner by Victorinox products are guaranteed to be free of defects in materials and workmanship.

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ASIN B0019X1GU0
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3.9 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #119,788 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#126 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Knife Blocks & Storage > Knife Cases, Holders & Protectors
#2,272 in Kitchen & Dining > Storage & Organization > Cabinet & Drawer Organization
#41,911 in Home & Kitchen > Storage & Organization
Shipping Weight 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 2, 2004

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Size: 9" Verified Purchase
The Edge-Mag blade protectors are perfectly designed, protecting your knife edge and knife roll from damage. The magnets clamp down tightly on the blade, preventing it from slipping out even with rough handling. The cover can be fully opened up to clean and dry it, preventing it from harboring bacteria, grease, or water. The covers are also adaptable to a wide variety of blade, bolster, and handle shapes, and can be cut down to size with a pair of scissors. The taper at the rear ensures they fit Forschner knives. Finally, they are thin enough to not cause problems when fitting a lot of knifes into a roll.

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.
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By Bryan on December 16, 2013
Size: 9" Verified Purchase
Caused my Shun Edo knife set to rust after two days of use despite obsessive drying. It seems even the smallest amount of moisture becomes trapped between the magnet and the steel causing rust. Since switching to non-magnetic protectors I have not had this issue.
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Size: 9" Verified Purchase
These feel quite substantial and I suspect they will last a long time. I cut several to size easily with kitchen shears. The magnets are fairly strong, but be warned: I came close to skewering my foot with a boning knife while cutting one of these to size because the knife's thin blade doesn't stick as well to the magnet as the heavier blades do.

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.
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Size: 9" Verified Purchase
I bought these and used them for a home knife and for a couple of knives I use at the restaurant where I work. The guards were great for the first couple of months but then, one day I went to retrieve a knife from the guard at home, and it stuck. I pulled the guard apart eventually and pieces of the black plastic lining of the guard ripped out and stuck to the side of my chef's knife blade. Hunks of plastic were literally stuck to the blade. I had to take a crappy knife that I didn't care about and scrape it off. It did work and there was no damage to the chef's knife but the guard was ruined. Then a few weeks later the same thing happened to a filet knife at work.

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.
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Size: 9" Verified Purchase
I work as a Sous Chef and do tons of knife work every day, I've bought this set along with a Solicut First Class 9-inch Chef's Knife, so I could protect my brand new knife, I've looked other blade protectors but since my name is Victor, I chose VIctorinox for style standpoint. I started using it normaly, and was very pleased with its capability to hold onto the knife. Until one day, it was friday and I left my knife with the mag protector in my locker, when I came back to work on monday, my brand new knife had rust spots on it, I felt a cold through my spine. I couldn't believe it was the mag protector, I thought I had not dried well enough which is a rare because I'm very OCD with my knves. So I decided to do an experience, I had a cheap stamped Santoku that I leave at home for my mother to use, I asked her to not use it for some time, cleaned it very well so it didn't have any food particles on it, dried it well with kitchen paper and hairdryer, so it couldn't be moist. And left the knife with the mag protector in my drawer for a month or so, when i took it back, it was with very large rust spots, I'm glad I did this test so I could spare my brand new knfe from rusting.

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.
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By Solaria on September 13, 2012
Size: 10-1/2" Verified Purchase
I bought these for two large cleavers and a large butcher knife that are stored in a drawer (because they don't fit in my knife block). They are easy to put on and take off and they cover the sharp edges safely and securely. I no longer fear cutting myself when I reach into that drawer. I love the fact that they can be cut to size. I was able to trim them with scissors very easily.
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