• Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
  • Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
  • Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
  • Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder
Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder

Architec Recipe Rock, Flat Black, Magnetic Recipe Holder

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  • The Recipe Rock from Architec will keep your printed recipes off the counter, easy to read and away from the mess while cooking or baking
  • Magnetic base and ball will securely hold up to 8 sheets of paper; great in the office, arts and crafts room and more
  • Compact and easy to store, but cute enough to leave on the counter; measures approximately 2.5" by 2.5" by 2"
  • Easy to clean, wipe with spray cleaner and a damp cloth
  • Architec - creating a better experience in the kitchen by improving every day items through the combination of architecture and engineering

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Great little helper Ever since I started printing recipes off websites they've been laying around my counter or taped to a cabinet as I cooked. This very little piece of equipment solves this problem. When in use it holds the paper upright and out of the way of splashes and grease. When you're not using it--it doesn't take up any more counter space than a salt shaker. Very simple and helpful. The magnet is quite strong and holds several piece of paper. 5Great recipe holder!!! Love this recipe holder! We purchase Blue Apron meals on a weekly basis, and this little recipe rock is perfect for holding the thick, card stock Blue Apron recipes - even though it is surprisingly small. Has just enough contour to keep the page upright and readable. Highly recommend!!! 5Works as described. Pleased with purchase. So far, I am very pleased with this purchase. It is simple in function, but does what it promises. I use a weekly food delivery service, and had been laying the large recipe card on the counter, using precious counter space and also frequently getting the recipe cards dirty. This keeps the cards fairly vertical, so it takes up very little space, and holds the cards firmly. I keep it in a zip lock bag, so as to be less likely to lose the metal ball. 5Essential in today's kitchen Do you cook from a cookbook or do you tend to prepare recipes that you've printed on a sheet of paper? And when you do cook from a recipe on a sheet of paper, does it take up a lot of counter space, and get all wet, and generally become a mess before you're done cooking? If so, then the Recipe Rock was made for you.The Rock is small--about 2 1/2" high--so it doesn't take up a lot of storage space when not in use. It's magnet is strong, so it'll hold several sheets. The instructions say that it'll hold 8 sheets, but that depends on the thickness of the paper you use. I use about a medium weight, so about 3 sheets is the max for my Recipe Rock. Which is plenty.The Rock will hold a few sheets in a vertical or horizontal position, reliably, while you cook. In the vertical position, the rock and recipe take up almost no counter space.This is a great thing to have in the kitchen--it's also a great gift for your foodie friends. They're sure to love it. 5SO cleverly designed, makes cooking more fun. This video shows the Architec Recipe Rock holding 15 sheets of paper (20-pound grade). I've gotten it to hold up to 16 sheets but not very securely. I normally only need it to hold 1-3 pieces of paper, and the Recipe Rock holds them very securely in place.The slight curve to the rock helps hold up the paper so that it doesn't bend or collapse. It is much smaller than I expected (about 2 inches high and wide) which is a bonus as it takes up very little space on the counter top and can be stored easily in a drawer. (For a recipe ripped out of a magazine, use a looseleaf paper behind it if it wants to fall down.)On my Recipe Rock, the magnet resides inside the round metallic disk on the base (rock). The metallic ball is not magnetic.Obviously this will not work with cookbooks, but for recipes on loose leaf paper, this is a GREAT little kitchen gadget. As I normally have several recipes out on the counter top when I cook, I will be purchasing at least one more of these. (Update: I've since bought another for myself and 5 others as gifts. Everyone who received one loved them!) 5Compact for the counter Arrived broken so had to get some super glue to put the metal back in. Will hold a thick recipe page and does not take up a lot of room. Would have gave 5 stars if not broken when arrived. Not packaged well which may be why broken.UPDATE: once the glue set it s a great little tool for holding our Hello Fresh cards. 4Clean line and function Works very well...BUT.... ball magnet cannot hold thicker pages. My recipes, are protected by magnetic photo album pages, hence the thick pages cannot follow the curvature in the base of the holder, that is needed for firm base/ball bond. The clean line and compactness is what draws me to it before I reach a frustrating point...and reach for the Oxo stand, that holds my single album page or a complete recipe book. 4This is nice for holding that recipe upright while I cook I keep a ton of recipes in sheet protectors in binders. This is nice for holding that recipe upright while I cook. I wish it were larger though. This still works, but I think larger would just be more practical and sturdy. Sometimes the page would bend and fall backward, and I think a larger stone would keep that from happening so much. Plus it wouldn't hurt to have a slightly stronger magnet. I didn't have much of a problem, but if I bumped it, sometimes the ball would pop off and roll away. 3SO cleverly designed, makes cooking more fun. This video shows the Architec Recipe Rock holding 15 sheets of paper (20-pound grade). I've gotten it to hold up to 16 sheets but not very securely. I normally only need it to hold 1-3 pieces of paper, and the Recipe Rock holds them very securely in place.The slight curve to the rock helps hold up the paper so that it doesn't bend or collapse. It is much smaller than I expected (about 2 inches high and wide) which is a bonus as it takes up very little space on the counter top and can be stored easily in a drawer. (For a recipe ripped out of a magazine, use a looseleaf paper behind it if it wants to fall down.)On my Recipe Rock, the magnet resides inside the round metallic disk on the base (rock). The metallic ball is not magnetic.Obviously this will not work with cookbooks, but for recipes on loose leaf paper, this is a GREAT little kitchen gadget. As I normally have several recipes out on the counter top when I cook, I will be purchasing at least one more of these. (Update: I've since bought another for myself and 5 others as gifts. Everyone who received one loved them!) 5Very small, takes up almost no counter space but holds my printed out recipes like it's big! Genius idea for holding my printed out single sheet recipes, or recipes taken out of a magazine. Holds them firmly so they can be easily read, but when not in use it takes up almost no space on my limited kitchen counter space. I have a regular book holder for my cookbooks, but it just didn't hold my single sheets good unless I turned it sideways and then it was at the wrong angle. This colorful, tiny little "rock" is just perfect - so glad I bought it. 5
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Great little helper Ever since I started printing recipes off websites they've been laying around my counter or taped to a cabinet as I cooked. This very little piece of equipment solves this problem. When in use it holds the paper upright and out of the way of splashes and grease. When you're not using it--it doesn't take up any more counter space than a salt shaker. Very simple and helpful. The magnet is quite strong and holds several piece of paper. 5Great recipe holder!!! Love this recipe holder! We purchase Blue Apron meals on a weekly basis, and this little recipe rock is perfect for holding the thick, card stock Blue Apron recipes - even though it is surprisingly small. Has just enough contour to keep the page upright and readable. Highly recommend!!! 5Works as described. Pleased with purchase. So far, I am very pleased with this purchase. It is simple in function, but does what it promises. I use a weekly food delivery service, and had been laying the large recipe card on the counter, using precious counter space and also frequently getting the recipe cards dirty. This keeps the cards fairly vertical, so it takes up very little space, and holds the cards firmly. I keep it in a zip lock bag, so as to be less likely to lose the metal ball. 5Essential in today's kitchen Do you cook from a cookbook or do you tend to prepare recipes that you've printed on a sheet of paper? And when you do cook from a recipe on a sheet of paper, does it take up a lot of counter space, and get all wet, and generally become a mess before you're done cooking? If so, then the Recipe Rock was made for you.The Rock is small--about 2 1/2" high--so it doesn't take up a lot of storage space when not in use. It's magnet is strong, so it'll hold several sheets. The instructions say that it'll hold 8 sheets, but that depends on the thickness of the paper you use. I use about a medium weight, so about 3 sheets is the max for my Recipe Rock. Which is plenty.The Rock will hold a few sheets in a vertical or horizontal position, reliably, while you cook. In the vertical position, the rock and recipe take up almost no counter space.This is a great thing to have in the kitchen--it's also a great gift for your foodie friends. They're sure to love it. 5SO cleverly designed, makes cooking more fun. This video shows the Architec Recipe Rock holding 15 sheets of paper (20-pound grade). I've gotten it to hold up to 16 sheets but not very securely. I normally only need it to hold 1-3 pieces of paper, and the Recipe Rock holds them very securely in place.The slight curve to the rock helps hold up the paper so that it doesn't bend or collapse. It is much smaller than I expected (about 2 inches high and wide) which is a bonus as it takes up very little space on the counter top and can be stored easily in a drawer. (For a recipe ripped out of a magazine, use a looseleaf paper behind it if it wants to fall down.)On my Recipe Rock, the magnet resides inside the round metallic disk on the base (rock). The metallic ball is not magnetic.Obviously this will not work with cookbooks, but for recipes on loose leaf paper, this is a GREAT little kitchen gadget. As I normally have several recipes out on the counter top when I cook, I will be purchasing at least one more of these. (Update: I've since bought another for myself and 5 others as gifts. Everyone who received one loved them!) 5Compact for the counter Arrived broken so had to get some super glue to put the metal back in. Will hold a thick recipe page and does not take up a lot of room. Would have gave 5 stars if not broken when arrived. Not packaged well which may be why broken.UPDATE: once the glue set it s a great little tool for holding our Hello Fresh cards. 4Clean line and function Works very well...BUT.... ball magnet cannot hold thicker pages. My recipes, are protected by magnetic photo album pages, hence the thick pages cannot follow the curvature in the base of the holder, that is needed for firm base/ball bond. The clean line and compactness is what draws me to it before I reach a frustrating point...and reach for the Oxo stand, that holds my single album page or a complete recipe book. 4This is nice for holding that recipe upright while I cook I keep a ton of recipes in sheet protectors in binders. This is nice for holding that recipe upright while I cook. I wish it were larger though. This still works, but I think larger would just be more practical and sturdy. Sometimes the page would bend and fall backward, and I think a larger stone would keep that from happening so much. Plus it wouldn't hurt to have a slightly stronger magnet. I didn't have much of a problem, but if I bumped it, sometimes the ball would pop off and roll away. 3SO cleverly designed, makes cooking more fun. This video shows the Architec Recipe Rock holding 15 sheets of paper (20-pound grade). I've gotten it to hold up to 16 sheets but not very securely. I normally only need it to hold 1-3 pieces of paper, and the Recipe Rock holds them very securely in place.The slight curve to the rock helps hold up the paper so that it doesn't bend or collapse. It is much smaller than I expected (about 2 inches high and wide) which is a bonus as it takes up very little space on the counter top and can be stored easily in a drawer. (For a recipe ripped out of a magazine, use a looseleaf paper behind it if it wants to fall down.)On my Recipe Rock, the magnet resides inside the round metallic disk on the base (rock). The metallic ball is not magnetic.Obviously this will not work with cookbooks, but for recipes on loose leaf paper, this is a GREAT little kitchen gadget. As I normally have several recipes out on the counter top when I cook, I will be purchasing at least one more of these. (Update: I've since bought another for myself and 5 others as gifts. Everyone who received one loved them!) 5Very small, takes up almost no counter space but holds my printed out recipes like it's big! Genius idea for holding my printed out single sheet recipes, or recipes taken out of a magazine. Holds them firmly so they can be easily read, but when not in use it takes up almost no space on my limited kitchen counter space. I have a regular book holder for my cookbooks, but it just didn't hold my single sheets good unless I turned it sideways and then it was at the wrong angle. This colorful, tiny little "rock" is just perfect - so glad I bought it. 5
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