Joseph Joseph Worktop Saver, Record Player - 30 x 40 cm
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- Made from high quality Toughened Glass heat resistant up to 280 degrees Celsius/536 degrees Fahrenheit
- Lifetime guarantee against breakage
- Odour and stain resistant work surface
- Non slip rubber feet
- Dishwasher safe
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Made from toughened glass and with non-slip rubber feet, these multi-function boards provide a hygienic, odour and stain-resistant work surface for all types of food preparation and presentation. In addition, they can be used to protect tables and worktops from scratches caused by serving bowls and dishes. Available in a wide range of designs, they are heat resistant up to 280 degrees Celsius/536 degrees Fahrenheit. Dishwasher safe.
1 x Toughened glass worktop saver
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Top Customer Reviews
The print is on the back of the board so will not get wrecked when you chop on it! It is textured on the top so that chopping is non slip....it is well designed and thought out....not just a gimmick .....I would recommend this
as it really does look like a record deck.......so cool and functional......and dishwasher proof ........
Worried how long the vinyl backing will stay on once it gets wet a few times.
Larger than I thought though. Just disappointed by the actual graphics
Really good quality product that looks like it'll last for some time.
Not bulky pretty flat too but very secure. Must get the collection of coasters n dtable mars too.
Impressed as arrived very quickly at a much lower cost than others. V happy. X
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lovely worktop savers, excellent quality.
Looks great in kitchen.
Love this looks fantastic in kitchen, no one allowed to use it!! But when I did it stood up to the test!Published 3 months ago by jane gracey
unfortunately it appeared not to be heat resistant so returned it and bought a different model from the same manufacturerPublished 5 months ago by Mr. N. W. Beauclerk