John Boos Chop-N-Slice Maple Wood Reversible Cutting Board, 16" x 10" x 1 Inch
- Solid, reversible maple-wood cutting board with natural oil finish
- 2 flat surfaces for chopping, slicing, dicing, mincing, and more
- Great alternative to plastic--easier on knives and won't harbor bacteria
- Hand wash and oil regularly for best results
- Measures 16 by 10 by 1 inches
The reversible cutting board provides two flat sides and slightly rounded edges for comfortable handling. Works well for a variety of food-prep tasks, whether chopping meat, slicing and dicing fruits and vegetables, or mincing fresh herbs. More appealing and attractive than plastic, a wooden cutting board is a great alternative to plastic cutting boards as it can inhibit bacteria growth, while plastic boards harbor bacteria in the grooves cut into their surface.
- Dimensions: 20" long by 15" wide by 1.75" high
- Material: Wood
- Care Instructions: Wash with soapy water after each use and dry it with a clean paper towel or let it air dry
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They are very high maintenance, and very bad quality. I have had very low cost bamboo boards that have held up MUCH better than this board. Don't believe the hype about this brand.
I have lots of other boards that I take just as God care of, have owned for years and do not have these cracks.
I would avoid this board and perhaps this brand altogether.
Update after several weeks of use, terrible board. Very warped, heavily cut so that I'm difficultly properly cleaning it. I'm going to have to throw this one out. And hey, brain surgeon, the description says this is end-grain construction! And I don't see a 1/4" in thickness making a difference. Nowhere nears the quality of the boards I got from some Amish craftsmen which have also seen heavy use at home.
So why only the two stars... my 18x20 (yes I have several sizes) the one I treat like it was my baby, has begun to split. I can't believe it... neither can my wife - I always wash it because it is too large for her which you may want to consider. I contacted Boos... no help there.
I also own several JK Adams cutting boards. I especially love the one which is designed for very juicy poultry and roasts. They are also reversible however, one side is for the juicy items (which does an excellent job) and the other is flat much like the Boos boards and can handle wet items as both sides have a channel for liquids to be contained on the board and not your counter. That channel is key and you'll come to love it as I do. PLUS, they warrant their boards for LIFE. I was told by Boos that their boards are warranted for 1 year.
So you might ask what led me to purchase a Boos cutting boards considering how fond I am of my JK Adams , (my wife also asked this) because of its size and thickness. Remember some of us guys have a lot of the same tools just in different sizes and shapes some are better for this and some are better for that... I wanted to try something new. As I pointed out before, these boards are comfortable to work with (washing them may be another matter) and I really like them... but consider the care I given the board - I feel you should know that your board COULD split. Not saying it will but my did.
Bottom line: the Boos makes a super nice cutting board and you'll enjoy it. Just not for that long. To be honest, I think the split is being caused by poor joining which should be covered by a warranty.