iBlock Tablet-Holding Cutting Boards

Apr 21, 2014

Category: Living

When attempting to create a succulent dish of beef bourguignon for your sweetheart, “winging it” is probably not the technique we’d suggest. You’ll need a tried and true recipe, and you’ll need to keep it close.

iBlocks let you have your tablet right there in front of you as you’re slicing and dicing on these high-quality, handmade, reversible, wooden cutting boards created by Nils Wessell of Brooklyn Butcher Blocks. Just slide it into the groove and take it step by step. The wood comes from Pennsylvania and Ohio before getting milled in Brooklyn, and you can choose from a variety of wood and grain options. You can even the tablet slots customized for whatever device you have. Just remember to pay attention to that cleaver in your hands and not your Twitter feed. [Purchase]

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