ZWILLING Bamboo Chopping board

Natural Asian-style surface

  • Cutting board made of oiled bamboo
  • Juice groove on one side
  • Reversible
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This chopping board from ZWILLING measures 25cm x 20cm x 1.85cm and is made from bamboo for extra resilience. The board is hygienic and is easy to clean. Bamboo is pliable and therefore protects your blades so that they remain sharper for longer. This large chopping board from ZWILLING, with a groove to collect juices, makes carving a roast a clean and hygienic task that is also gentle on knife blades.

  • Ideal cutting board made of solid bamboo.
  • Reversible
  • Features juice groove
  • Excellent hard and strong cutting surface
  • Durable


  • Item no. 30772-300-0
  • Color: brown
  • Substance: Bamboo
  • Number of parts: 1
  • Net weight: 0.62 kg
  • Length of product: 25.00 cm
  • Width of product: 18.50 cm
  • Height of product: 2.00 cm
ZWILLING Bamboo Chopping board
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ZWILLING brings people together to enjoy the pleasure of cooking - and has been doing so for 290 years. Cooking, baking, and enjoying good food bring us together, as a family or friends. Trying out new recipes, enjoying favourite dishes and coming together at the table are precious moments of everyday life that ZWILLING has been fostering for 290 years. If that's not a reason to celebrate…