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  • Storage for up to 9 knives; 2-tier design (top tier for small knives, lower tier for large knives); maximum knife blade length 9"; minimum drawer height 3"
  • Dimensions: 15.55" x 5.63" x 2.9"
  • Our research indicates that Joseph Joseph DrawerStore Knife Organizer Tray is $2 lower (20% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $9.99 at the time of this posting.
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There's a $2.00 off coupon you can clip to bring the price to $7.99 which matches the lowest the price has been according to 3C's.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0721TP...8694f90INT
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it was a valid question. some of us spend money on good knives and don't want them dulled
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This isn't at all true. Erything your knife blade comes in contact with will dull it. I sharpen tons of knives by hand and can easily tell where a knife has been coming in contact with things while in storage.

Y'all are weird as hell upvoting dumb comments and crapping on legit questions about the material quality used.

He is right. additionally it depends on the metals quality and treatment as to how the metal can be affected by storage. I wouldn't put anything I care about in a cheap container personally, especially one I can't ask simple question about without some mouth breathers trying to get rep with jokes.

Drawers open and close. Not everyone is as careful as you.
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Is the part where your knife blades touch rubberized to keep from dulling your knives? I don't want the blades of my knives touching anything hard that can damage them.
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There's a $2.00 off coupon you can clip to bring the price to $7.99 which matches the lowest the price has been according to 3C's.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0721TP...8694f90INT

3C's is wrong. I got this from Amazon (same seller) February of this year for $.50 cheaper at $7.49.

At $7.99 it's still a good deal. I LOVE mine.
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Is the part where your knife blades touch rubberized to keep from dulling your knives? I don't want the blades of my knives touching anything hard that can damage them.
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Since knives can vary in size and slots are only so deep, it'd say magnetic wall holder which usually sell for the same price might be more sensible. However, this might be good for a set of steak knives where they're all the same size and height.
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In for 2, thanks!
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Calm down Emeril.
it was a valid question. some of us spend money on good knives and don't want them dulled
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Is the part where your knife blades touch rubberized to keep from dulling your knives? I don't want the blades of my knives touching anything hard that can damage them.
The part the knife contacts is definitely another material, I forget if it's rubberized. I'll check for you when I get home if no-one else has answered it by then!
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Knives aren't that delicate. Are you chopping them into the slots like you're cutting onions? Place them in there gently, you obviously care enough about them. Lol.
This isn't at all true. Erything your knife blade comes in contact with will dull it. I sharpen tons of knives by hand and can easily tell where a knife has been coming in contact with things while in storage.

Y'all are weird as hell upvoting dumb comments and crapping on legit questions about the material quality used.

He is right. additionally it depends on the metals quality and treatment as to how the metal can be affected by storage. I wouldn't put anything I care about in a cheap container personally, especially one I can't ask simple question about without some mouth breathers trying to get rep with jokes.

Drawers open and close. Not everyone is as careful as you.
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I like wooden knife blocks, is that bad to store knives in?
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Calm down Emeril.
Calm down Mr. Sarcastic.

Ha ha. Just 'bustin' yer chops' (whatever that means). 👍
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The part the knife contacts is definitely another material, I forget if it's rubberized. I'll check for you when I get home if no-one else has answered it by then!
Thank you. It looks like the part under the handles is rubber. I was hoping the part under the blade was the same.
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