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Hi,

 

Does anyone know where to get safety knives for children to use when cutting up their snack. It can cut anything from a tomato to a thick-skinned pumpkin but it won't cut fingers.

I have seen some on the web but they come from Australia.

 

http://www.littlekitchen.com.au/shop2/inde...products_id=190

 

Any ideas on where to get them from, a little more locally?

 

 

Thanks for your help

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Hello - you can get really good ones from a company called 'Pampered Chef' - they do home parties but also sell from their web site too . My mum got one for my 7 year old and they are good - sharp but safe , perfect for fruit and veg . Dizz

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I've got some from a company called "the Pampered Chef". They are child friendly knives with serrated edges - work pretty well, can cut apples and help children to learn the back and forth motion but certainly don't cut 'neatly'

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Hi,

 

Does anyone know where to get safety knives for children to use when cutting up their snack. It can cut anything from a tomato to a thick-skinned pumpkin but it won't cut fingers.

I have seen some on the web but they come from Australia.

 

http://www.littlekitchen.com.au/shop2/inde...products_id=190

 

Any ideas on where to get them from, a little more locally?

 

 

Thanks for your help

 

We use the pampered chef safe cutter £3 on their uk website :o

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The Pampered Chef ones are excellent, parents have commented on them and they have purchased them for home, they aren't cheap but great value. Our children use them (2-5 years old)

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