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    Crazy Board First Impression

    Just received my crazy board in the mail a week ago. Well packed and arrived totally undamaged. I opted for a lighter look because my countertops are dark iron soapstone.

    Arrived pre-oiled, buttered and buffed. Smooth as glass, no detectable voids or bad joints. I though I would regret not asking for a groove in the edges to make it easy to pick up but the feet are high enough to make this moot. I really like the feet. Easy on the counter and higher than what I've seen before....really like them.

    Of course it's a piece of art but it's definitely functional. It's been getting pretty much daily use and seems to be holding up well but of course it's time that will tell although I don't expect any issues. Highest quality board I've owned so far and I've got/had most of the top end boards at some time in the past.

    So far I'm extremely satisfied - to the point I'm going to order several more to serve as gifts (and maybe one or two for myself.

    Also it serves quite well as a place to photograph knives.

    cheers

    Mike
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    I'm also liking my BoardSMITH board. Mine isn't the crazy mosaic pattern, but it is a custom thickness and without feet. The groove was also an afterthought, but the chamfered edges makes picking up easy.

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    I originally sized this one to fit in the drawer at my wife's preferred "station" but now she leaves it out all the time. I think it's a hit! I know I sure like it a lot (not that she lets me cut on it very often lol). This is a great cutting board.

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