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Star Wars X-Wing Knives Can Slice and Dice the Death Star

by Shane McGlaun
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I have a penchant for kitchen gadgets, even though I don’t know how to use most of them properly. Back in June, we covered an awesome kitchen gadget that I wanted pretty bad, that Star Wars X-Wing Knife block, but what kept me from pulling out the plastic was the place that had them was over in the UK.

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If you have ever waited (and waited and waited) to get anything shipped from overseas, you can understand my trepidation. The good news is that U.S.-based ThinkGeek now stocks the X-Wing knife block and it’s cheaper than the place that sold them overseas by nearly $20. You can get the X-Wing knife set for $99(USD).

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The set includes five knives including a cooking knife, bread knife, carving knife, utility, and paring. The X-wing holder for the knives is silver plastic. The base is weighted to prevent the block from tipping over.

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