20 Slot Bamboo Universal Knife Block
No more fumbling around searching for the right knife – keep all your favorite knives within an arm’s reach with Shenzhen Knives’ countertop knife block! It sits beautifully on your kitchen counter and puts your favorite kitchen knives nicely on display. Unlike most knife blocks, our beautiful bamboo knife storage block holds and organizes up to 19 knives with an extra slot to store your kitchen scissors and/or a sharpening rod.
We take pride in crafting high-quality knife blocks that meet your needs. We listened to your feedback and have improved the design of the slots to make them even more versatile. They’re now wider for easier knife handling and to better accommodate your larger knives.The wider design allows you to fit a larger variety of blade sizes so you don’t have to worry about not being able to fit your specialty knives or having to stop and search for the correct slot each time. The Shenzhen Knives 20-slot bamboo knife block makes storing knives completely hassle free so you can spend more time cooking!
New X-Large size with wider and deeper slots holds an even larger variety of knives! We’ve listened to your feedback and created the larger form factor, to fit more varieties of chef knives and slicers. Not sure if your knives fit? Check out the dimensions in the product images!
The Bamboo Advantage
The Shenzhen Knives countertop knife block is made of real bamboo. Traditional harvesting of hardwood trees contributes to deforestation, which starts a vicious cycle of drought and environmental decline and accounts for at least one-fifth of all carbon emissions globally. Bamboo is a grass, and unlike hardwood trees, it regrows after harvesting. After bamboo matures, it can be harvested every single year for the life of the plant.
Interestingly, harvesting bamboo to make products is actually greener than not harvesting it. Bamboo culms (the poles) do not live as long as hardwood trees, so when an old culm decays, it releases carbon into the atmosphere. This means that an untouched bamboo forest does not accumulate and store carbon very well. Harvesting the bamboo to make long-lasting products before it starts decaying ensures that the bamboo does not release the stored carbon.