Posted June 7, 2010 by andrew
With counter space at a premium, and loose knives in drawers a real hazard, this in-drawer knife tray will make your kitchen more organized. Produced by the clever folks at Shun, the tray is made from long lasting and ecologically sound bamboo. The 11 slots hold various length knives safely and sanitarily – and attractively!
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
More information from Shun: Full Story
Posted March 4, 2010 by Howard
Columbia River Flux Tools
Columbia River Knife and Tool comes up with some of the most creative items in the world. The new Columbia River FLUX tool is one of their best. This tool is built around a frame and you can put various tools on each side. They offer a folding knife, a wine tool, a computer flash drive, a flashlight, a bit driver and more. You can combine the FLUX into just the tool you may need for a particular day. It’s very clever.
Here is the full sales pitch from Columbia River Knives and Tools. Full Story
Posted February 25, 2010 by Howard
Wooden Display Cases- Made in the USA
We offer a great selection of hand made wooden display boxes made in Ohio. They are mostly available in oak, walnut and cherry and have glass or wood tops. These are a great value and worth checking out. See our other blog posts about storage solutions
Posted July 1, 2009 by Howard
Benchmade Knife Luggage – Knife Attaches and Brag-Bags
Benchmade Knives has released a great selection of knife luggage items. Leave it to Benchmade Knives to do about the best job we have seen in knife luggage. They have a beautiful attache case that holds up to 11 folding knives. Then, they have a “brag bag” base case that you can add to with additional pages for folding knives and another additional page specifically for fixed blades. These are great items and are really well made. We have some great models from Spyderco as well.
Posted May 4, 2009 by Howard
Boker Magnetic Wood Kitchen Knife Block
A better Idea! We like this new knife storage system from Boker of Germany. The idea is a combination of a knife block and a wall magnet. Use strips of wood and put the strong magnets in them and you have an effective and attractive system. We have them in three colors. They are made in Germany. We have them at: www.knifecenter.com
Here is the info from Boker: Full Story
Posted April 21, 2009 by Howard
Solid Wood Kitchen Magnets
We have found the nicest kitchen knife magnets for your kitchen cutlery! These are hand made in Texas by some master craftsmen. They use exotic hardwoods for these kitchen cutlery magnets with Mother of Pearl inlays on the spots where the magnet will work. The “rare earth” magnets are super strong. These kitchen knife magnets actually look nice in your kitchen! We carry three woods- Maple, Cherry and Wenge- a very dark, gorgeous wood that will fit any decor. We have them in two lengths- 5 inch which has five magnets and 7 inch with 7 magnets. We found these and liked them so much we wanted to offer them out to our customers. Have a look!
Posted December 15, 2008 by Daniel
Shun Alton Brown Special 7 Piece Clear Acrylic Block Set
Just in time for the holidays, SHUN has released a beautiful block set with a great acrylic block. These are Alton Brown designed knives with the upward angle from the handle to the blade. The block is really one of the stars of the set.
Posted March 5, 2008 by Howard
Knife Sets in Travel Cases
There are some great deals on knife sets out there. The quality of these knives is “fair” to “very good” and the value is extraordinary. The set we have from Kershaw, the Camp Trader, is excellent quality. Full Story
Posted December 27, 2007 by Howard
Spyderpac Carrying Cases from Spyderco Knives
Leave it to Spyderco to come up with the absolute coolest way to carry your precious blades. Top quality construction and an easy Velcro closure system makes these carrying cases a “must have” for all enthusiasts. Spyderco’s name and bug logo are embroidered in gold thread on the closing flap and will be recognizable to those who know- all others will just see a great looking case with no idea what’s in it. Full Story