Fred and Friends Hot Heads Insulating Mitt, Dog
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- Dog face shaped silicone pot holder
- 100-percent virgin silicone
- Temperature tolerant from -58 degrees to 446 degrees
- Its flexible, grippy, strong and safe
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Top Customer Reviews
I was right.
The mitt itself is pretty small (think sock puppet). But more importantly, the mitt is really thin. So it doesn't do a very good job insulating your hand. I certainly wouldn't use it to hold only cast-iron skillets while cooking, and even removing cookie sheets from the oven was nearly painful.
If I had to lift a heavy casserole dish out of the oven, I'm sure I would burn myself.
Bottom line: Much cuter than functional. I'd pass next time.
I still like to look at it on my counter. It puts a smile on my face every time I look at it.
It doesn't cover your whole hand and works mostly like a sock puppet but I like that because I usually have a hard time getting my hand in oven mitts anyway. This is great for something to put on quick and get a pan out of the oven.
As far as being kind of thin, it is guilty as charged. But I really only use it to move a pan from the oven to the top of the stove. I don't use it to hold onto pans the entire time I'm cooking or in the blacksmith shop.
It also works great for messing with your pet cat/dog/monkey/goldfish if you are so inclined.
I don't use them in the kitchen because when I bake I need something that cover my whole arm.
I have very small hands and this covers my whole hand. I forgot to add that to my review of Froggie.
Instead of using this in the kitchen, I use this in my crafts--jewelry making and enameling. I don't use it instead of a mitt for the kiln. That would be too crazy. But I do use it for nudging things, helping to transport items that may or may not be hot.
I also use tongs, because you can't be too careful. I won't use for something that is obviously red-hot, unless I'm just nudging it somewhere. I also use it to remind myself that even after I take off that clumsy asbestos mitt, the object may be too hot to touch with bare skin.
They clean easily and cool down fast.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not to be used for large hands and should not hold pots for long periods of time. I've bought this for my friend as a gift as well.Published on June 16, 2013 by Thanh Nguyen
These are so cute I just had to get them for my daughter! However the silicone is thin and the heat from pans goes through quite easily. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Mac User
OK, let's be honest here. This dog mitt is going to make you feel awesome every time you bake something to eat. Read morePublished on April 3, 2012 by Pamela Mallek Turner
I bought two of these for a holiday gift exchange. They were a very popular item. I thought they were so cute, I wanted to keep them for myself!Published on January 10, 2012 by Allison Q. Ross
Not only is this the cutest oven mitt possible, it is amazing that it works so well on the hottest pans!!! LOVE IT!Published on June 16, 2011 by Elle