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Mercer Culinary Hell's Handle 8-Inch Heat Resistant Cook's Fork
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- Innovative high heat-resistant handle absorbs 50% less heat, staying cool to the touch
- Dual-textured finish for extra grip and slip resistance
- Sanitary sealed handle design
- Precision ground, highest quality Japanese stainless steel blade for ideal combination of flexibility and stiffness
- NSF certified with a Limited Lifetime Warranty
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From the manufacturer
Precision made tools with handles that safely withstand temperatures up to 450°F.
High heat protection.
Hell's Handles are uniquely formulated to absorb 50% less heat than standard polypropylene handles, so they stay cooler to the touch longer. They safely withstand temperatures up to 450°F (232°C), which makes them perfect for cooking in hot environments.
Precision ground stainless steel.
Made from heavy-duty precision ground stainless steel that has the perfect balance between flexibility and stiffness. Resists rust, corrosion, and discoloration and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
NSF is a global provider of public health and safety-based risk solutions. It's a respected independent organization that has rigorously tested and certified that Hell's Handles by Mercer have met their standard for safety, quality, and performance.
A brand you can trust.
Mercer is synonymous with high quality professional cutlery. A leader in the food industry for more than thirty years and the predominant supplier to more than 90% of culinary academies in North America, Mercer manufactures a wide variety of precision culinary tools that are crafted to exceed the demands of professional chefs. Exceptional quality materials, unique design, and dedicated craftsmanship makes Mercer the first choice for kitchen professionals and food enthusiasts.
The unique formulation of these handles absorbs 50% less heat than standard polypropylene handles, remaining cooler to the touch longer. The handles also safely withstand temperatures up to 450°F (232°C). Precision ground stainless steel blades provide the perfect combination of flexibility and stiffness.
Top Customer Reviews
These will feel very large in your consumer kitchen pans. If you use a flattop griddle these size tools will work very well. The 8x4 turner lets me flip 2 4" pancakes at a time. I was flipping 2-10 strips of bacon at a time as well. The 4" width is a good size. The 5" turner works great for larger pancakes and makes an excellent scraper. I bought the 6x5 turner first but find the 8x4 my goto for griddle cooking.
I highly recommend if you want good quality kitchen tools.
The flexible flipper is nice for casseroles, too. Know how you have a spatula that is rigid and you try to scoot it under the lagasna? Yeah, first one is all squished! With the flipper, I can wiggle it under there! In the past I have used plastic spatulas, which can melt and deform. Not with Hell's Handle! the handle is good up to a really high temp, so I no longer worry that others in the house will lay it against a hot skillet and put 'melt lines' in the handle, or, worse yet, start a fire!
It's chef approved and also approved by the amateur (me).
The upturn at the end of the spatula is a little less pronounced on this spatula than on the Wusthoff, so it may slide a little more easily under cookies or fish, but less easily into lasagna or brownies, although I haven't noticed any difficulty with either spatula in any situation.
The only time I have put this one down and picked up the Wusthoff was when I was trying to lift half a butternut squash I was roasting. The Mercer had just enough flex that the squash wanted to slide off, while the Wusthoff had perhaps a little more rigidity, or possibly enough of an upturn, that the squash felt very secure. But it WAS half a butternut squash, which is much more than I would reasonably expect ANY fish spatula to handle.
In any case, I have both spatulas hanging by my stove, and this is the one I reach for first because it is dishwasher safe and it performs every bit as well as the Wusthoff. Unless I'm trying to lift large gourds.
It has a sharp edge combined with an ideal shape, and perfectly spaced metal fins that easily slips under delicate foods. Fried eggs, perfect flips every time. "Before Spatula" was like using an egg shredder, yielding an awful lot of 'french scrambles' when I wanted over easy.
It's splendid to be able to "scrape up the brown bits" as instructed by the recipe. "Before Spatula" I would simply smear the browned bits around with a plastic spatula, never really sure if Im actually scraping anything up or just melting my spatula into my food.
The handle feels solid, doesn't get hot, and is just right for my hands. The metal is the perfect balance of flexibility vs strength, its easy to wedge it under something on the side of the pan without mangling your food.
This is going right to the top of my gift list for my friends that like to cook. Though I'd be willing to bet that if more people had a spatula like this, there would be more people that like to cook.