How does Tsunami Cutting Board Work?Tsunami Cutting Board has an unique curve design that makes it easy to hold and transfer the food. The Tsunami Cutting Board is big enough to store the cut food to the side of the wave, the curved design of the Tsunami Cutting Board will make sure the food stays on the board. You can safely wipe the knife blade on the curve tip to remove the food attached to the blade. Just tilt the curve side of the Tsunami Cutting Board to transfer all the to a container. As per the official review on TryTsunami.com – the official website of Tsunami cutting board, the unique curve design saves your meal prep time. The manufacturer also claims that the unique wave design almost doubles your cutting board space. It measures: 13.5″ x 10″ x 2.5″. Why the name “Tsunami”? because the curve of the cutting board resembles a Tsunami wave.
Tsunami Cutting Board Price
- You can buy 2 Tsunami Cutting Boards for $29.99 + $13.98 P&H. That is $21.98 per Cutting Board. Total $43.97
- The single Tsunami Cutting Board costs – $29.99 + $6.99 P&H. That is $36.98 in total.
- The Tsunami Cutting Board is available only at the official website TryTsunami.com.
- Verdict – The Buy One Get One Free offer might sound very enticing but bear in mind that you will have to pay $14 to ship the cutting board back to the manufacturer. We do not recommend the Buy 1 Get 1 Free at all. Also the same Tsunami Cutting Board is available on Amazon.com for $7. One of our product experts recommends the “SISFORCE Plastic Utility Cutting Board” in place of the Tsunami Cutting Board as it has a food slot where you can store all the food, storing the food in the slot is more convenient than storing it in the “funnel” of the Tsunami cutting board.
Benefits of Tsunami Cutting Board
- As per the official TryTsunami.com review, the cutting board is made from BPA-free plastic which is waterproof and temperate resistant.
- The Tsunami cutting board will neither absorb moisture from the air nor will it warp from use.
- You don’t have to use your fingers to slide the food.
- You can also use the Tsunami Cutting Board to roll out dough.
- No more messes while transferring the food from the cutting board.
- The Tsunami cutting board has four silicone rubber feet at each corner that firmly grip the surface of your kitchen countertop.
- The official review also claims that the Tsunami Cutting Board works on all types of surfaces including ceramic, granite, glass, marble, tiles, soapstone, wood, quartz, concrete etc.
- People hare reported in their review that the Tsunami cutting board really helps in transferring juicy veggies and fruits with the funnel the curve creates.
- Great for dicing and slicing smaller items like onions and herbs.
- The Tsunami Cutting Board is great for cutting meat too.
- Being dishwasher safe, it can be easily disinfected.
Disadvantages of Tsunami Cutting Board
- Given the “odd” shape of the Tsunami cutting board it is difficult to store the drawers.
- It cannot be stacked with other boards either.
- Our product experts warn that high temperature of the dishwasher can cause the Tsunami cutting board to warp. Once warped the cutting board won’t grip the surface securely.
- Since the wave shape is above the board, some people find it difficult to hold the cutting board in one hand and transfer the food.
- Arthritic people may find it difficult to hold and balance the odd shaped cutting board and may even spill the contents.
- You still have to use your other hand to transfer the food to container, so Tsunami cutting board is not all the mess-free.
- Four rubber tips on the four corners aren’t enough to keep the board from sliding on certain plain surfaces, they should at-least put eight  rubber tips to make it full-proof.
- If you lose the rubber tips at the bottom the cutting board is no more non-slip. And users mention that cleaning the cutting board in a dishwasher can make the rubber tips come lose.
- Compared to wooden cutting boards, the plastic cutting boards like the Tsunami get cut easily by the knives and in these tiny cuts bacteria can flourish.
- Compared to wooden cutting boards, plastic cutting boards like the Tsunami wear down the knives.