Would the Rebel Alliance have been able to defeat the Death Stars and the Empire flying a bunch of wooden blocks? No. Then why wouldn't you want to store your kitchen knives in this X-wing shaped knife block that is clearly a superior design to a block of wood? »6/17/14 5:00pm 6/17/14 5:00pm
There's nothing fancier than a magnetic strip to cling big kitchen knives to—except maybe a magnetic knife block, if your benchspace allows it. In a range of colors (though none are as smart as the white), it costs $110. [Etsy via Werd] »3/31/11 8:10am 3/31/11 8:10am
It's easy to be upsold into buying a huge knife set, while in reality, a properly handled chef's knife can tackle 99.9% of the cutting you have to do. But one knife alone in a block can look so lonely. »8/24/09 6:20pm 8/24/09 6:20pm
Thanks to the germ eliminating knife block, the next time you stab someone you will have the peace of mind that comes with knowing your blade is 99.99% germ-free (we wouldn't want an infection to set in now would we?). The block relies on UV-C light to eliminate bacteria—and if you are a serious germaphobe it can be…
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