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Wusthof 14-slot In-drawer Knife Storage Tray
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- Convenient and Safe way to store knives
- Holds up to 14 Knives and Sharpening Steel
- 6 large knives up to 10") blade length, 8 smaller knives (steak knives or parers)
- Length 22 cm, wide 43 cm, height 5 cm
- Made of beech wood and holds knives with blades up to a 10 inches
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|Dimensions||2 inches x 17 inches x 9 inches||2 inches x 17 inches x 9 inches||1.7 inches x 15.9 inches x 3.6 inches||2.5 inches x 18 inches x 8.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||3.9 pounds||3.4 pounds||1.6 pounds||4.75 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
This tray is getting 4 stars only because of a minor flaw: it doesn't really accommodate a long, fat knife properly. I'd imagine anything like a standard 8" knife or beyond, whether its a western chef or a santoku, you will either have the blade tip sticking out or the handle rising too high. It rests this way because of the 4 cross bars that run across the slots. They seem to be holding the structure in place, and also preventing the knife from lowering too deeply and touching the bottom surface (a drawer is what I assume where everyone is putting this in).
Now there is a simple modification you can do to make it work. Just saw off the cross bars! The tray won't fall apart, it's solidly built and in my opinion can hold its shape even if I saw off the entire bar near the lower end. But since I only need 3 slots for fatter knives, I sawed off the cross member in 3 slots (picture shows 2, while I was still arranging where I want to put the 3rd chef knife).
As you can see from the picture before and after, it worked for me perfectly.
My first impression from the picture was positive. A closer look when I received the item showed that on the bigger knife section, the edge of the knife is sitting on metal rods that are covered in rubber. In the one that I received the rubber did not completely covered some of the metal rods which left the blades of some of the bigger knifes exposed to the metal rods. I will still be concerned if the metal rods were completely covered with the rubber since with some use the rubber will wear out and the edge of the knife will be in contact with the metal rods which will deteriorate the edge of the knife.
I will have to look for another tray to store my knifes.
The 3 cutco kitchen knives fit. All the others, no. The combination of the bolts and the angles of the wood did weird things with the other knives so that the handles stuck up too much to close the drawer. Even the little steak knives!
So.... nice construction, very sturdy, but you might not want to buy it if the handles of your knives are not puny and/or do not have drawers AT LEAST 4" deep.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great to have an organized and safe knife drawer.
And it keeps the knives from dulling, too.
I love the color. I love the fit in my drawers. I love that it is not like most knife holders, it has dowels that run across to make it easier to keep it clean... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diane Hardy
Perfect. Got the knives off the counter into a drawer. Easier to use than a knife block.Published 2 months ago by tom conley
Fit well next to the expandable utility tray. Holds large knives and steak knives. Good quality.Published 4 months ago by Christine Shaw
This is wonderful! Got our knives off the counter and it fits into our new kitchen drawers easily with plenty of extra room. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Batmam
I would of given this 5 stars, but I found out this was made in CHINA. The product Wusthof, which made us think this was made in Germany. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bill