Slice and Grate With Style with the Gratiator

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Have you ever wanted to bring your love for Medieval and Roman times into the kitchen? Slice through cheese like you saving a damsel from a dragon?

Now, while we can’t exactly defend anyone from a dragon, you now can bring a sword into the kitchen with the Gratiator cheese grater.

The Gratiator is a great one-of-a-kind cheese grater that will make you feel like you are in the center of the battle. As a great staple piece in the kitchen, the Gratiator works for whenever you need to use cheese. As part of a charcuterie board or grating cheese over freshly cooked pasta, there is nothing that the Gratiator can’t do in relation to cheese.

There are many features to the Gratiator that make it the ideal cheese grater for your kitchen.

Key Features

Made out of stainless steel you will have an expertly defined grate of cheese with every swipe, giving you an easy grating experience. No more are the days with the large graters you can’t see through, the Gratiator makes it easy to see where your cheese shards are landing.

If you are someone who enjoys handing up your metal utensils, the Gratiator has a small hook for easy storage, making it not only an easy-to-access kitchen utensil but also a fabulous decor piece.

The Gratiator doesn’t only just grate your cheese but with its sharp edges, you can slice through cheese like a knife, and even display your cheese upon the Gratiator on your next charcuterie board. It is amazing to have such a multifunctional kitchen utensil while also being a staple piece in your kitchen decor.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

For your next kitchen appliance, why not pick one that is completely one-of-a-kind, for either a gift or for yourself. The Gratiator is the perfect cheese grater for any Game of Thrones or sword lover who is also obsessed with cheese.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.