There are many times we need a knife outside of the kitchen. It can be dangerous to travel with a unprotected knife. They are sharp and have a pointy edge. If someone unexpectedly reaches into a bag or box, they could be cut on the knife. There are lots of reasons to put it in a case.
I like the idea of having a clean knife on hand, in place of a pocket knife. Pocket knifes are univerisal useful & rarely cleaned.
- This tooth brush case is prefect.
- It fits my small pairing knife just right.
- It is bright yellow that stands out, easy to find.
- Divided in middle – which is safer than long lid styles that open from the top cause the knife can fall unexpectedly.
I keep this case in my kitchen utensil drawer, so I can grab it quickly if we need take a knife outside the house. It is a good design.
This clear top loading case, I don’t use. It does fit the knife, but it is harder to safely open it without the knife falling.
Make sure to put the shape edge in first. It is safer this way.
I have taken this case into the school to use for special recipes. Always making sure to keep it far away from the students. It is used by my adult volunteers & myself only. I should mark the outside with the word “KNIFE”. I know what it is, but one of my parent volunteers did not hear me correctly and they were trying to cut apples with a plastic knife. Bless her heart, she did very well with the plastic knife.
- Be safe with knifes in the home and outsidee of the home.
- Know the laws for your area, there are some places that your are not allowed to carry a knife – even if it is safe in a case.
- It could considered as weapon.