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Throwzini 6-Piece Knife Set with Block

By: on July 30, 2013
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Citizens first met the Wheel of Death when the spinning, human-laced target debuted in 1938, and 75 years later, it still represents an exhilarating feat of precision and certainty whose use is likely to get at least one person maimed or killed. Sounds nifty, but since I tend to be left impaled with the short ends of these types of sticks, I'll stick with the Wheel of Death as simulated in the Throwzini 6-piece knife set.

Throwzini's wooden block holds 5 stainless steel professional chef knives for all levels of kitchen magician. Each blade fits snugly in the block's protective sheaths and is held in place by magnets. The Throwzini even performs 360-degree spins for effect, entertainment, and to make its little red man upchuck all over the bread you're slicing.

For added impact, store the Throwzini knife set alongside a Dripping Blood cutting board.

Muchas danke to The Crnchy.

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