Amazon 3-Piece Stainless-Steel Cheese-Knife Set with Bamboo Cutting/Storage Board
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- 6-inch angled knife with forked tip, 6-inch slotted knife, and 3-inch Parmesan knife
- Made of double-welded 1.88-mm-gauge stainless steel; full-tang design
- Hollow stainless-steel handles provide a secure, comfortable grip
- Includes bamboo cutting board with pull-out knife-storage drawer; wash by hand
- Measures approximately 12-3/5 by 15-8/9 by 1-4/5 inches
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Designed to accommodate several varieties of classic, gourmet, or artisan cheeses, this cheese-serving set makes a distinctive addition to any kitchen collection, as well as a welcomed hostess gift. A 6-inch angled knife--suitable for slicing an array of hard and semi-hard cheeses such as Provolone and Gouda--comes included, complete with a two-pronged tip that allows for easily picking up and serving thin slices of cheese alongside olives, crackers, or fruit. The set also provides a 3-inch Parmesan knife specifically designed for adding shavings of the sharp-flavored favorite to pasta dishes or salads, as well as a 6-inch curved-blade knife with slots in the side that prevent cheese slices from sticking. Durably constructed with blades stamped from 1.88-mm-gauge stainless steel and full tangs extending all the way to the end of the handles, the double-welded knives' sharp edges easily manage even the hardest of cheeses and rinds, while their hollow, stainless-steel handles offer secure, comfortable grips. Best of all, the set's block-style bamboo cutting board features a pull-out storage drawer, whose shaped depressions neatly contain the knives when not in use. For optimal results, hand-wash all pieces and dry thoroughly. The three-piece knife set with cutting/storage board measures approximately 12-3/5 by 15-8/9 by 1-4/5 inches.
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Size wise I'd prefer a smaller cutting board. This one is pretty big so it is hard to find a storage place for it.
Another issue I had with the board has to with the ball and spring mechanism that holds the knife drawer in place. The drawer tracks have on each side a hole which has spring and a ball inserted into them. These springs/balls put pressure on the drawer so it would not slide out unintentionally. After using the board few times suddenly one of the spring/ball pairs popped out of the rail. It seems that the hole is too large and cannot contain the ball. The drawer is still held by the other spring/ball pair but I have to wonder how long would this one hold before popping out.
I bought 2 of these, one for us, and one for my son and family for Christmas. No complaints from the others.
We went to Lowe's or Home Depot and found some tiny cabinet knobs and bought some rubber stick-on feet. There is just enough room in the center knife spot to drill a hole for the knob and install it. He then applied four of the stick on feet to the bottom of the board (one on each corner). This holds the board up, making it much easier to pull the little drawer in and out. Putting the feet on also raises the bottom off the counter so it won't end up in standing water (it's kept next to the sink).
Funny story (sort of), after a year, we noticed we had the little drawer in backwards. We took the drawer out, turned the board around, put the drawer back in, and the drawer doesn't drag on the counter (even with the rubber feet, the drawer hung down on the counter). Can you believe?
Well, we have had this for almost two years now. The board itself has been majorly scratched by my husband using it for a carving board with an electric knife. He now uses a carving board. This happened about a year ago, and the board has sort of "healed" itself. The scratches have just sort of worn down, although it doesn't look like new again, it just looks a lot better.
The price for this has gone up a lot! It was certainly worth what we paid for it, but I probably wouldn't pay the new price, especially considering we put about another $5.00 in it. So, it is up to you, what you are willing to pay. It is a sturdy board with nice knives (not the best, but adequate).
Board is nice quality and the knives, while light, seemed to work very well according to the person that received as a gift!
The blades seem well balanced and the handles are nice and solid.
The blade drawer slides under the cutting surface and is held in place by two ball bearings. These are very stiff making opening and closing the drawer very difficult and a little dangerous. Maybe they will loosen in time(just another reason to go buy more cheese).