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Calphalon Nylon Pancake Turner


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Pancake Turner
  • All edges tapered for easy turning
  • Grip-anywhere handle features heat-resistant soft-touch silicone for more comfort and control
  • Nylon heat resistant to 400 degrees F/204 degrees C
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Product Details

Style Name: Pancake Turner
  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000IVAJE8
  • Item model number: FN24
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (311 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,251 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Style Name: Pancake Turner

Newly redesigned Calphalon Nylon Utensils feature a unique "grip-anywhere handle" that lets you decide where to hold it. Crafted with heat-resistant soft-touch silicone accents, these utensils give you a perfect balance of comfort and control. Innovative head designs make dozens of cooking tasks easier. Take a turn for the better. Calphalon turners are comfortable where they should be --in the handles, and the flexible head will slide easily under food. Their long handles and generous size make maneuvering in the kitchen faster and safer. All edges are tapered for easy turning.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Bottom line worth the money a great product!
Mark B
The handle doesn't get hot during normal use, nor does it melt on contact with the edge of pans.
CR
This spatula is very nice looking, sturdy, and easy to use!
Kerry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Beauchamp TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 7, 2009
Style Name: Turner/Medium
Calphalon is probably best known for their chef quality cooking pans (which I also own) but they're starting to make a name for themselves with their supporting cast of cooking tools as well. I've used a broad variety of kitchen utensils over the years from super cheap wood ones to high quality Good Grips. Of them, Calphalon are among the very best. The reason is simple: extremely high build quality. All of the Calphalon utensils are made of high density plastic with slightly softer plastic handles. They are a single piece of forged nylon which makes them extremely durable. I've been using a set for over a year non-stop and they still look new. Because they are nylon, they are hugely resistant to heat and will not easily melt or deform if accidentally left in a hot pot or pan. They also will not scratch your non-stick pots and pans (or even hard anodized pans if you have them). They also each have a small eyelet that will allow you to easily hang them if that's your thing.

This is a great turner (or spatula) but it is fairly narrow. It's not really useful for flipping pancakes or other larger food items. It is great for stir fry though. Just be aware that you might not be able to use it for EVERYTHING.

If you prefer professional kitchen tools, these are for you. For a slightly higher price you get a much nicer tool that will last practically forever. As well made as Calphalon's pot/pan sets, they're premium quality utensils.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Amozarte VINE VOICE on October 26, 2007
Style Name: Turner/Slotted
We received a variety of these Calphalon nylon utensils (including this slotted turner) as a gift almost a year ago. They are defintiely heat resistant, but they have not proven to be very durable in other regards. I am already looking to replace them and won't be buying this "model" again for a couple of reasons:

First, the edges have "flaked". I am not sure how else to describe it, they aren't exactly cracked but layers of the material have peeled away and this caused little bits of the utensil to break free and add unwanted "seasoning" to my dishes.

Second, they bend fairly easily- not too bad, but enough to be annoying. The silicon grip peeled up at the stress point within weeks. It appears that the grip just isn't mounted well and comes apart a little more with each use.

Third, though they claim to be dishwasher safe, one pass through the washer left them with what look like bleach stains.

Overall I am not completely dissatisfied, after all they do the job (albeit with mediocre performance). I don't feel like the purchase price of these would be a waste by any means, they certainly perform better than cheapo plastic utensils. However, I have used better and would recommend considering an alternative.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Louie the Italian Jew TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 9, 2010
Style Name: Turner/Medium Verified Purchase
Length: 0:36 Mins
yeah, it looks good, but sometimes I have a difficult time flipping patties. I wish the lip would have been narrower. Sounds minor, but it's a bigger deal than it sounds.

on a positive note,this turner is great for eggs, and matches the Calphalon pans. Finally, I love the compact narrow size. It doesn't take up a lot of space in the clean dish rack next to the sink.

Overall, it's just okay.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Etude on August 10, 2010
Style Name: Pancake Turner Verified Purchase
I mean, I like my flapjacks big just as much as the next guy, but if your griddles or pans aren't of the jumbo variety, this thing will dwarf most food you cook in an almost hilarious way.

Great for serving loose kinds of food, like french fries or chicken nuggets that're too hot to handle with your fingers or too small to use a fork on, not so great for delicate flipping of smaller food items like crabcakes or silver dollar pancakes.

It's up to you how useful or pointless this thing will be. Make a lot of tiny foods? It might sit around for awhile. Make a lot of giant grub? The sturdy craftsmanship and smooth, high quality, almost geometrically sound flipping base will get plenty of use in any kitchen lucky enough to own one.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jarucia Jaycox VINE VOICE on February 18, 2009
Style Name: Turner/Medium Verified Purchase
A recent purchase of some high end non-stick cookware prompted a hunt for a non-steel turner.

In all, this Calphalon turner works well, but I would have like to see a thinner lip at the end to help with sliding under things, such as the fried eggs I usually make in these pans.

It's my own fault for not buying a wider version, but from the picture (which is the best) it looked as if it would be wide enough.

Overall, it's a fine tool, but nothing I was overly impressed with when I pulled it from the box and put it to use.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Zhou on July 13, 2009
Style Name: Ladle Verified Purchase
This is a good sized ladle that won't scratch those expensive pots. It should have no problem fitting in your kitchen drawers. Its easy to clean, although, heavy abrasive pads will leave deep gouges in the ladle. No big deal there.

The complaint I have is, the gray part of the handle pops out. For example, you are washing it and give it a good rub to clean the spoon part... well, almost everytime I doing that, the gray part towards the spoon area will pop-up (not completely off the handle, but pops-up). I stop and just pop it back in place.

With that flaw, I worry that food and liquids will get trapped in there, building bacteria and nasty stuff. I contemplate removing the entire gray part to clean it every now and then, but worry that if I take it off, I won't be able to put it back.

Perhaps mine is defective, but, I've missed the boat on returning the product, so, I will keep it until it breaks completely or I get tired of it.
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