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Snow Peak Cutting Board Set

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With clever Japanese design, this Snow Peak Cutting Board Set folds down the middle on stainless steel hinges to enclose a full-size chefs knife, neatly held in place by a powerful magnet.

Snow Peak Cutting Board Set

The recesses are cleverly cut to accommodate both the knife and the offset rubber feet. 

Snow Peak Cutting Board 1

With a fold and then latch this large board halves in size and is ready for packing, protecting the sharp knife from damage.

Snow Peak Cutting Board Set

The blade glides through everything that challenges it, and it would appear the timber’s firmness has been chosen purposefully not to hasten the dulling of the edge.

Snow Peak Cutting Board Set

Even when not camping we travel with our set, always ready to snack. Mmm, the cheese from Tasmania’s Bruny Island is amazing!

Snow Peak Cutting Board Set

Specifications

Material                 Board: Natural Wood, Stainless Steel (hinge), Rubber (feet)
                               Knife: Hycarbon Vanadium Stainless Steel, Black Laminated Wood (handle)

Weight                   850g/30oz

Dimensions           Length 36cm/14.1″ Width 23.6cm/9.25″” Height 1.8cm/0.7″

Stowed                  Length 36cm/14.2″ Width 11.8cm/4.6″ Height 3.2cm/1.2″

Includes                 Chopping Board, Knife

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Mike Collister has spent his life outdoors. He has represented Australia as a slalom kayaker, guided whitewater expeditions in Nepal, and taught outdoor education and wilderness medicine. He’s paddled the Kimberley’s Fitzroy River in the wet season and across the Bass Strait and is an avid photographer, overlander and camper.