Victorinox Knife Block Is Also A Tablet Stand

When I started seeing products for people who used iPads to read recipes in the kitchen while cooking, I thought it was a joke.  Turns out, a lot of folks really do that.  If you still haven't figured out the perfect way to use your iPad in those situations, maybe you'll want to trade in your existing knife storage for the Victorinox Knife Block.

At first glance, it looks just like a regular knife block for holding all your bladed cutting implements.  On the opposite side of where the knives sit, though, is a built-in shelf sized to hold a tablet in a convenient position.  Of course, you can use it to hold a conventional cookbook, too, so it won't have to go to waste when you do end up spilling hot soup on your $400 gadget, bricking it and forcing you to dig up the cookbooks gathering dust in the attic.

The Victorinox Knife Block is made from wood and measures 4.5 x 10.75 x 8.25 inches.   It can hold up to 13 knives, with designated slots for a paring knife, a utility knife, a santoku, a chef's knife, a slicer, a honing steel, kitchen shears and six steak knives.  Since you'll need it facing one side to access the knives and the other side to access your tablet, it comes with a swiveling base that makes switching from one to the other easy.  It comes in two wood finishes: dark and natural.

You can get the Victorinox Knife Block now, priced at $49.95.

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  1. Steve

    Victorinox never stops innovating. Victorinox knives have been to the moon, to the summit of Mt. Everest, and to the Arctic Circle. And although knife sales to the Swiss Army itself actually represent less than one percent of the Company’s total business, the name “Swiss Army” and the familiar white cross on red emblem are known and respected worldwide. The Company’s current CEO is a direct descendent of its Founder, Karl Elksener.

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