GLOBAL Magnetic Knife Rack 41cm

$229.00  

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Made from quality stainless steel, this stylish 41cm Magnetic Knife Rack has been designed to complement your collection of GLOBAL® kitchen knives. With its signature dot pattern design, this knife storage rack incorporates a powerful magnet strip which securely grips even the heaviest of knives, gadgets and utensils safely in place. The GLOBAL® 41cm Magnetic Knife Rack is a great alternative to a knife block, as it allows you to have your knives conveniently close at hand whilst freeing up space on your kitchen countertop. Each GLOBAL® knife rack comes with mounting hardware for easy installation.

Specifications

  • Length: 41cm
  • Powerful magnetic strip to securely grip knives, gadgets and utensils.
  • Includes mounting hardware for easy installation.
  • Lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
  • Made in Japan.

GLOBAL Classic Series Knives - designed in 1983 by Japanese industrial designer Komin Yamada and made by the Yoshikin factory (est. 1954) in Tsubame, Japan.

ABOUT GLOBAL

Yoshikin factory was established in 1954. The GLOBAL Classic Series was designed by Japanese industrial designer Komin Yamada in 1983 and the brand was launched internationally in 1985 in collaboration with Mino Tsuchida.

Still crafted by hand in Yoshikin’s factory in Niigata, Japan, GLOBAL knives are manufactured to extremely high and exacting standards using a three-piece construction method beginning with highest quality Stainless Steel sheets. 


GLOBAL knives have been hand crafted in Japan for over 30 years and are developed using the best raw materials available. Each knife is carefully quality controlled and weighted to ensure perfect balance in the hand.

Compared to conventional European knives GLOBAL knives are made from a significantly harder alloy of steel and use a thinner blade. The steep 15° angle cutting edge of the blades produces a sharper knife that also holds its edge for longer and allows for more accurate work.