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FINFÖRDELA Flexible chopping board, dark gray/dark turquoise,

Price $ 1.89/2 pack
Price/pack $0.95
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FINFÖRDELA Flexible chopping board, black/dark gray-beige, 11x14 ¼ "
FINFÖRDELA Flexible chopping board, dark gray/dark turquoise, 11x14 ¼ "

How to get it

Cut, bend and slide off. These two bendable cutting boards protect underlying surfaces from knives, and they’re useful in other ways, too. They help you slide the cut food off, exactly where you like.

Article Number303.358.98

Product details

The chopping board is flexible which makes it easier to pour out the cut food without spilling it.

The smooth underside has an anti-slip surface that gives the chopping board a good grip on the countertop when you use it.


IKEA of Sweden

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

  • Material
    Synthetic rubber, Synthetic rubber

    Handwash only.


Length: 11 "

Width: 14 ¼ "

Thickness: 0 "

Package quantity: 2 pack

  • FINFÖRDELAArticle Number303.358.98

    Width: 11 ¼ "

    Height: 0 "

    Length: 15 ¼ "

    Weight: 8 oz

    Package(s): 1


Flexible cutting boardBeverly C.Product is very very very thin, like paper. Not smooth and has tiny little squares that seems would be hard to keep clean. Would not recommend to anyone for kitchen use. This is nothing like it use to be, of course, what is... Loved my old ones... This product is much thinner and 1/2" or more smaller all around, than the old and what is up with those tiny little squares being on it.1
love these cutting boardsTammy P.Love these cutting boards. They function as expected and take up very little space in the cabinet.5
Cutting BoardsSabrina C.So affordable, I got two packs.5
nice for a cutting boardMARGE J.simple to clean and store5
Flexible: not just for cutting vegetablesA F.Excellent5
Flexible and easy to useNANCY C.Love these! They take little storage space and are flexible and easy to use.5
SturdyZAKIA W.Love this cutting board. Simple easy clean up and easily fits in the cabinet.5
Flexible cutting biardConnie H.Great to use on the go for our church5
HandyCatherine P.Very nice for chopping onions and getting them in the pot.5
Love these so much!LAUREN B.These are great for easy, quick food prep. So much simpler than pulling out the heaving cutting board. Using it a few times a week, one lasts months before having to throw it away. Can't beat the price!5
Cutting matsDarlene R.They are great. Easy to cut stuff then dump into bowl or pot. Very useful5
Perfect cutting boardsZinaida P.It's nice to have cutting boards that don't take up much space and are very useful and easy to clean5
Cutting MatsKathryn M.Perfect for dorm room. Great quality & value5
Thin but mightyCAROLYN C.I keep these handy. Great option for small cutting jobs. Easy clean up.5
Cutting matsDiane B.They are nice and do the job.5
Good itemAlexis R.Good4
Perfect cutting boardsCandace G.These cutting boards don't move a lot when using on a dry surface. Cut marks from knives are minimal.5
cutting boardJENNIFER K.great price but item slightly smaller and lighter weight than previous similar cutting boards4
Love them!Tracy S.I always buy them every time I’m there. They are convenient and affordable and great for camping too.5
Nice and thick.... Sturdy forjackNice and thick.... Sturdy for cutting4
FINFÖRDELA Flexible chopping board, dark gray/dark turquoise, 11x14 ¼ "

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