Joseph 85120 Drawer Store Knife Storage Tray, Grey
- Store cutlery in less than half the space
- Handy icons for easy identifcation
- Non-slip feet
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Unique design creates more space in your drawer. Individual, stacked compartments for different cutlery. Cutlery Icons for easy identification. Non Slip feet. Suitable for drawers with a minimum height of 8cm (3 1/4) inches.
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Maximise Drawer Space with the Joseph Joseph DrawerStore
Storing your cutlery at an angle allows you to store a full set of cutlery in less than half the space of a conventional tray.
This 2-tier knife organiser provides safe storage and easy access to your knives. Top tier for small knives, lower tier for large knives.
Utensils and Gadgets Organiser
This tray combines five angled compartments for storing cutlery with three compartments for holding utensils and gadgets. What’s usually stored in two drawers can now be neatly organised into one.
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This is an amazing product that every kitchen will benefit from, bit especially smaller kitchens will love this storage device for cutlery. See photos of before and after and judge for yourself!
If you need to store more than 8 of each cutlery then this isn't for you, but I'd have thought that was obvious from the dimensions. This isn't a Tardis that is bigger inside than it is outside. And if you have 16 of each cutlery, then just buy 2 of these - you will still end up storing more cutlery in a smaller space.
I also don't understand the complaints about handles sticking out of the back and blocking the drawer from closing. Yes, if you have a kitchen pre 1980s. But if you have any modern fitted kitchen, the drawer cabinet is generally 60cm deep, and this will fit in such a drawer without any blocking handles sticking out, as is obvious again from the dimensions.
The problem in a modern city kitchen, which is often squeezed into a small space, is that the drawer cabinet is only 45cm wide, and you have to open multiple drawers just to get the things you use every day. This great utility gets round that problem.
When combined with cutlery getting jammed in the slots and it being difficult to see what is in each slot (there are some feint icons on the edge, but they are obscured by the cutlery handles), I decided to return them.
If you have thin cutlery, you might fare better.
The tray fits into the small drawer next to my cooker and holds 8 of each item with space for more. Another thing I like about the tray is no more accidentally cutting yourself on a knife putting things away.
,16 cucchiai) In più ha separazione che mi permette Di mettere fino a 12 cucchiaini da caffè e 12 cucchiaini da cappuccino senza contare gli scomparti spaziosi di fianco ai portaposate