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Old 08-01-2006, 11:45 AM   #1
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I am looking to get a knife case to keep some of knives in. I have been keeping them raped in towls but I would like to find something to keep them more organized. Does anybody know where I can find one.

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Old 08-01-2006, 12:07 PM   #2
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If you have a restaurant supply store nearby, check them out. My store here has a couple different sizes of soft carrying cases at a pretty reasonable price.


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Thanks Ill have to check them out


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are you looking for something like this or something with a hard cover?

http://www.chefknivestogo.com/mesburknifro.html
I was thinking of a hard cover but somthing like that might work. Thanks


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Have you checked out like Bed, Bath, and Beyond or Linens or Things.

I remember seeing a couple there.

I never thought about towels. I just kept the carboard sleeve they came with and just use those.
Thanks Ill have to check them out.
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To keep in the house? Or for traveling? I use a magnetic strip to hold mine. I attached one vertically to one of the cupboards around my work space. Got it from the restaurant supply store...works awesome!
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Old 08-01-2006, 12:22 PM   #4
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To keep in the house? Or for traveling?
A little of both. I want one that I can travle with or keep at home. I am now thing of something that brian posted.

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Old 08-01-2006, 03:59 PM   #5
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Here is what I use to take my knives back and forth to school,
LMAO! I had to think about that one for a second..
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Chris,

Here is what I use to take my knives back and forth to school,
LMAO! I had to think about that one for a second..
Joker, I either go to school in a rough neighborhood, or I am in Culinary school..... #-o :biggrin: Can you figure it out???

Although where I do go to school, depending on where you have to park its not a bad idea to have the 10" chefs knife out of the case and just slid in from the end, for quick and easy access. 10:00pm in one of the far away not so well lit parking lots can be a challenge.
From the size of you......I think you could handle it
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Chris,

Here is what I use to take my knives back and forth to school,
LMAO! I had to think about that one for a second..
Joker, I either go to school in a rough neighborhood, or I am in Culinary school..... #-o :biggrin: Can you figure it out???

Although where I do go to school, depending on where you have to park its not a bad idea to have the 10" chefs knife out of the case and just slid in from the end, for quick and easy access. 10:00pm in one of the far away not so well lit parking lots can be a challenge.
Yeah, I got it. like I said, it took a second.
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WAIT A SECOND THERE!! IT TOOK ME A SECOND TOO!! PUFF YOU CALLIN ME FAT????
:lmao: I was wrong #-o It must have been some other 7 ft. tall dude I met :hide:
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