OXO Good Grips Brushed Stainless Steel Turner
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- Sturdy brushed stainless steel construction
- Subtle, soft, non-slip grip
- Stainless steel surface for safely leaning utensils on hot cookware
- Dishwasher safe
- Hole in handle for hanging
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OXO believes in designing products that are easy to use for the widest range of users. A fairly substantial heft means the turner will best suit medium-to-large hands. Stored in a crock, the turner forms a handsome bouquet with OXOs other stainless-steel utensils, such as a slotted spoon, ladle, and spaghetti server. OXO backs all its products with a satisfaction warranty, and will replace or refund any returned item. --Ann Bieri
Top Customer Reviews
I've owned it for two years now (Jan-07 to Jan-09). It's still intact, no chips bends or breaks. Great investment.
It's sturdy, well built and does the job. Slightly heavy, which is the thing I love about it
Ideal turner will be a one piece molded stainless steel with no weld and gap for ease of cleaning.
This stainless steel turner is the answer to that problem. It is stiff and heavy duty enough to handle pretty much any turning duty in my kitchen. If you need a flexible turner, this is not it. It has a non-slip material inserted at the holding end of the handle that makes it comfortable to hold. However, if you need to "choke up" on the grip and hold it closer to the turner you will be holding the edges of the turned over steel, which is not very comfortable. Being stainless steel, I don't have to worry about leaving it leaning on the side of my cookware and having it melt. The handle is a good length - long enough to keep your hand away from the cooking surface but no so long as to make using it awkward. I used it to get the cookies off my cookie sheets and it worked okay for that, even if the edge could be just a little bit thinner to get under the cookies.
If you are looking for a stainless steel turner, this is a good one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this. Has a great weight and feel and looks good, too. I've had mine for about half a year now and it looks as good as new. Recommend!Published 2 days ago by Angela D.
A very big spoon like I wanted, but this one is on the bulky side. It is a handful when you pick it up. Still a keeper.Published 5 days ago by W. Moore
This is a great "caterers" serving spoon. Tablespoons just don't cut it when you have a picnic and want to spoon out casserole type dishes. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
it's not stainless steel because it gets scratches on the spoon from using the oxo brushes and a basic kitchen towel. other than that it's still pouring. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Seth
This is great for batter for pancakes and waffles, and soups as well. It's a nice weight and easy to use. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Vato