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MIU France Stainless Steel Magnetic Knife Bar, 20-Inch
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- Wall-mountable stainless steel knife holder
- 20-inch bar long enough to hold an entire collection of kitchen knives
- Made of attractive, durable 18/10 stainless steel; secure magnetic hold
- Measures 20 inches long, 3/4-inch wide, 2 inches thick
- Includes screws for wall mounting
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|Dimensions||3.2 inches x 23.6 inches x 5.4 inches||1 inches x 16 inches x 2 inches||0.8 inches x 19.2 inches x 1.8 inches||19.25 inches x 1.75 inches x 0.75 inches|
|Item Package Weight||3.3 pounds||2.3 pounds||1.1 pounds||1 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
This knife holder is perfect in every respect. Both the body and the mounting brackets are made from very heavy-gage stainless steel. It is easy to mount, easy to clean, and the magnet seems to be just the right strength, which is critically important. Either too strong or too weak would be flat-out dangerous!
Figure that the 15-inch model will hold 6 to 8 knives, depending on the size of the knives and how far apart you like them.
But since the kitchen's so small, you might be wondering why I went for the bigger knife rack. That's cause the place I intended to put it is on a cabinet that butts up against the cooktop. The cabinet's the traditional 24 inches wide, so this rack centered perfectly in that space, and enabled me to toss the counterspace-eating knife block.
Stainless steel's a big component in this remodel, so this knife rack fits in perfectly. I put it up myself, so let me warn you - it's HEAVY. I drilled two holes at the right height, but for the life of me, I couldn't screw in the rack towards the backsplash. A hint you might helpful is to use masking or painters tape to tack up the center of it until you can drive the screws in (leave the easier screw out a bit so you have room to maneuver; when the back screw is in, you can tighten both.) See? All those hours watching home improvement shows weren't for naught!
The one thing I found a bit puzzling was the "S" design in the rack. I couldn't tell from the pictures if that was a recessed or raised design. Well, if you were wondering, let me tell you it's a cut-out S. At first I thought if it was raised, I'd only have enough room to store the knives between the raised design, but because it's just an incised figure, you can put as many knives on this thing as you can jam! (There are two magnets, the long, thin, horizontal strips that frame the S design.)
The knives are held firmly, but it's easy to remove them with little effort. I know some folks seem to be having a problem with it.Read more ›
The mounting hardware provided will safely mount the holder to any horizontal surface, even drywall. All you need is a drill and a screwdriver. It takes about five minutes.
The magnets are strong, but not too strong. Weak hands can always slide a knife off instead of the brute force horizontal yanking method.
I purchased two of these and mounted them under my cabinets. One wouldn't be large enough to store all of my metallic goodies. In addition to knives and cleavers, I also stick accessories like my peeler on there. The knife bar is so stylish and its stored items so conveniently located that there's no notion of clutter.
These are a must-have for any kitchen.
Hiding your knives in a drawer is a shame, can be dangerous if they're just free floating in there, and can also dull them if they bang around with other items. Not good
Keeping knife blocks on your counter eats up counter space and is just bulky. Many times I have to guess which knife is in which slot too, and if I have knifes that don't fit in the block, or more knives...I end up with knives in the drawer or multiple blocks. Not good.
My knives are beautiful and I love having them displayed out in the open. It also makes for easy retrieval. I hung this strip up right up above where I work, so when I need to switch from my Chef's Knife to a Paring knife, I just reach up, grab the handle and there it is! Very easy, no having to fumble to open a drawer or guess which knife it is in the knife block.
Of all the magnetic strips I've seen, this one is the largest, heavy, durable, great styling, and has the best quality. My only want for it is to be bigger...although, if it were any longer, I would have a hard time finding a place to mount it, so I think just buying another one would be the way to go.
It doesn't have to just be for knives either. I have many steel items that I think would be perfect mounted on this strip. The possibilities are endless!
Bottom line, I would definitely recommend a magnetic strip as a way to store knives. I would definitely recommend this strip over the others if you care about quality and looks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this knife bar!
-Beautiful mirror finish and design.
-Strong magnetics hold knifes securely.
-Easy to mount.
-Heavyweight and sturdy. Read more
This is the best knife rack. Held many knives and big ones too without slippage. Husband installed easily and cleans up easy too (I had mine over the stove, so that was... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Taloness
This lived up the previous reviews. Very strong magnetic strip. I have not problems getting knives on or off. Easy to mount. I would buy again.Published 2 months ago by PC
Absolutely the best way to store knives. We have two of these! Love it!Published 2 months ago by Tamie D. E.
Great quality magnetic knife bar. I've been using it for a couple years now; good for stowing knives and other ferrous kitchen tools, and would be fine for use in any shop space... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael