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Throwzini's Knife Thrower Knife Block
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- Handcrafted Wood Block
- Individual Protective Knife Sheaths
- Functional & Stylish
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The circus that is the staff kitchen here at gadgetshop HQ could almost certainly do with one of these. But they're not for the feint-heated. Or anyone who might fear skewering the little red man at the heart of this innovative little contraption. Throwzini's Knife Block, to give it its full title, is a rotating high-tech knife storage and selection device complete with five professional stainless steel kitchen knives. Inspired by the infamous 'Wheel of Death' circus act from back in 1938, it safely stores knives deep inside a set of custom-designed plastic sheaths. So much for its functional benefits, which are many. It's the sheer death-defying style of this clever contraption that's had tongues a-wagging here at HQ. To store one's knives, one must first stop the block from spinning and carefully insert said knives into five pre-cut slots. Meanwhile, clever little magnets do all the heavy lifting work of keeping the spinning knives perfectly in place. (After all, one must consider Health and Safety at all times). All you then need to do, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, is slap on some greasepaint, pop on a red nose and some outsize shoes, prepare a few custard pies and you're all set for an evening of extravagant culinary performance.
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Firstly the advert and the product packaging both describe the item as being made using hand crafted wood for the knife block. The knife block received was made from plastic, a dull grey plastic. The block was loosely attached to its frame and 'wonky' when it spun around. After tightening the bolts that hold it to its frame, the block was still 'wonky' and gave the impression that it would not be long before it broke off completely. The second issue was the poor quality knives that were made from a hollow cheap metal. The opposite of the advertised quality stainless steel knives that I had expected.
Over all the item did not look like the advertised product, nor did it live up to the description online and on its own packaging. As none of it was true. The item was described as leading the consumer into believing that they would be receiving a genuine Throwzini knife block. They will in fact receive a cheap plastic imitation.
well done for such a quick response to delivery problem.
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