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Chicago Cutlery 1063947 14-Inch by 1-1/2-Inch Magnetic Knife Storage Strip
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- From Chicago Cutlery, magnetic knife storage strip for knife organization
- Stores knives and other metallic utensils within reach with magnetic attraction; safer for chefs and knives alike
- Mounts onto kitchen walls with ease; all hardware included for installation
- Chicago Cutlery offers a lifetime guarantee for defective parts or workmanship
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Chicago Cutlery Magnetic Knife Storage Strip includes 1-Each magnetic knife storage strip.Chicago Cutlery MagnaStrip Magnetic Storage Strip let's you choose where you want to store your cutlery. Simply affix this product to any wall, cabinet, etc and you have a safe, convenient storage for your cutlery and other steel gadgets. The powerful magnetic strip can help you organize your tools and find the right one at a glance. You've seen them in use in professional kitchens everywhere…now you can have your own.
Keep oft-used cooking knives close at hand without the counter space demands of a knife block with this handy magnetic storage strip from Chicago Cutlery. With 75 years experience crafting fine knives and related kitchen products, Chicago Cutlery understands the importance of proper, and safe, knife storage. The magnetic storage strip can be affixed to any wall for immediate access, whether over a built-in cutting board or close to the oven. While stowing knives in drawers may lead to accidental cuts and scrapes to both user hands and knives while fumbling for a particular blade, the strip keeps knives visible and separate through the attraction between the magnet and the blades material. The strip also could hold other metallic kitchen utensils, including whisks, spatulas, stirring spoons and ladles. All hardware accompanies the storage strip for quick and easy installation. Parents with small children may want to mount the storage strip out of reach of children until they are old enough to practice knife safety. The strip is covered by a lifetime guarantee in the event of faulty materials or workmanship. This item weighs one pound upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling
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Just for the heck of it , to test how securely it holds blades , I stuck an 3 pound axe to this and it held it firmly to the wall.
The magnetic force of this is very strong and has no problem holding even the biggest knives and cleavers.
It would be nice if this had a plastic or rubber coating on it so it doesn't scratch your blades when you remove them.
So as to not scratch or bend my blades or rake the cutting edge across the steel , I gently rock the cutting edge away from the magnetic strip and then pull the blade free.
If you employ this method this won't damage your knives...
Although there are no installation instructions, as other reviewers have noted, it's fairly straight-forward to install. The biggest problem I had was getting the depth of the screws "just so" to allow for attached bracket to slide on. I did find that the included screws were too long to easily drive into hardwood, but that was easily correctly by using shorter screws I had on hand. I will be purchasing another one to run the length of that under cabinet space.
Well packaged and arrived on time.
I had a minor problem installing this--accidentally put the screw about a half inch too far from the other one, so one of the caps is not on all the way. Despite this, it's still very sturdy. Be sure to measure everything out very carefully before drilling those holes.
- Two magnetic strips hold knives firmly.
- The strips are continuous so you can space the knives how you choose.
This a great product brought low by cheap wall anchors and no installation instructions. If you choose to buy this go ahead and get some proper metal self drilling drywall anchors similar to these http://www.amazon.com/50PK-50-Stud-Dry-Anchor/dp/B000BQMK7Y/ref=pd_sim_sbs_hi_2
The plastic anchors that come with the product do not have a lip so they can slide through the wall and do not expand to grip the wall.
If you don't currently own a stud finder I highly recommend getting one. I bought one over ten years ago and it gets used several times a year for mounting shelves, heavy picture frames, etc. Amazon has one for less than eight bucks.
Here is what I did to install:
Note that the two endcaps can be removed and that they have a slot that the mounting screws can slide into.
1. Hold the strip up on the wall and place the longest knife on it to determine the height. Make a pencil mark along the top.
2. Use a stud finder to find a stud that works for the left or right mount point. You may not be able to use a stud in which case you need to install two drywall anchors. By using a stud you will only need one drywall anchor.
3. Screw in one of the mounting screws into the stud or anchor but not all the way. Leave enough to slide one of the endcap slots over the screw. The strip is now on the wall but only held by one of the screws.
4. Slide the other screw into the other endcap. Use a level to level the strip and push the other screw into the wall just enough to make a mark.
5. Remove the strip from the wall and install a drywall anchor into the wall at the mark you just made. Install a screw into this anchor and leave enough to slide into the endcap slot.
6. Put the strip back on the wall by sliding one of the endcaps over one of the screws. Remove the other endcap and position the strip over the other screw and slide the endcap back on so that the slot goes onto the screw.
7. Stand back and admire your handywork.