At best don't keep your high-quality knives loosely in a drawer. Especially Japanese knives react very sensitively. The blades hit each other, the blade could be damaged and the risk of injury is not to underestimate. The best place for keeping your kitchen knife is a knife block, a drawer insert or a magnetic bar. For the go, our knives or knife bags suitcases in different designs are also perfect. You will find a huge selection of well-known traditional manufacturer from Germany, Japan and Switzerland.
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A classical knife block ensures order and clarity in your kitchen. This prevents you from seeking the knife you need. Everything is ready at workplace, and a noble block is also an eye-catcher in every kitchen. The choice of colors and shapes is huge and leaves no wish unfulfilled. The material used is either wood or durable plastic. When buying it, pay attention to the design the knife block: slots are usually already available, the number of compartments variable as well as the length of the slots are variable. Almost every type of knife can be easily stored and protected in there.
Of course, when choosing you should consider the quality of your storage solution. Finally a knife block should look appealing and protect your high-quality knives and keep them safe also after years. With a little care, quality wooden blocks give you joy for many years and are a reliable companion in the kitchen.
An alternative is a magnetic knife block (or stand) or a magnetic bar. Here your expensive knives are also kept secure and clear. The big advantage is obvious: you can see at a glance what type of knife you just need for a particular cutting task. A magnetic bar is fastened to the wall to save space, is available in different lengths, and it keeps accessible different length blades. Meanwhile, these rails or bars are not only made of metal or plastic, or are just visible, they are also invisibly embedded in fine woods. If you are using a long knife or a very heavy knife (such as a cleaver), we recommend using a magnetic knife block of Zwilling, Fissler, KAI or Güde, since the magnets here are stronger than conventional magnetic bars.