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OXO Good Grips Nylon Slotted Spoon
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- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "slotted spoon"
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- Nylon Slotted Spoon is perfect for straining vegetables
- Great for retrieving pasta from the pot of cooking water to test for doneness
- Sturdy nylon is safe for non-stick cookware
- Heat resistant to 400°F
- Soft, comfortable grip
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The OXO Nylon Slotted Spoon is perfect for straining vegetables and great for retrieving pasta from the pot of cooking water to test for doneness. Sturdy nylon is safe for non-stick cookware and heat resistant to 400 degrees, soft handles provide a comfortable grip, and metal accents make these Nylon Tools pretty enough to take to the table for serving.
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I bought one and liked the feel and overall design. So, I bought 2 more. Everything else seemed to be going to silicone, which doesn't work well as a spatula because they are either too thick and push the food around or are too thin and flimsy. I specifically bought this because it was "old school". Unfortunately, this one didn't hold up. It remains to be seen if the other 2 will hold up. They haven't melted yet. But, I am pretty sure they will now.
These melted areas didn't occur due to abuse. They just started appearing. What I mean, I didn't do anything that should have caused this. All I used it for was to turn eggs. I normally have good luck with OXO products. They dropped the ball on this product.
EDIT: Dec 2012: i measured it, this one is only 2 and 1/2 inches longer than the Calphalon brand, it just seems longer. However, this one is rated for up to 400degF; the Calphalon fork is only rated for 250degF, and the tips of the Calphalon's tines/points have begun to bend upwards. The Oxo is still in great shape though after months of regular use.
The 4 stars instead of 5 is due to a personal preference. The spoony part of the ladle is shallower than I prefer -- this ladle holds a 1/2 cup, when the farberware ladle I have (and like) has a 2/3 cup capacity.
1/19/2015 UPDATE: There's virtually no signs of wear on this ladle, after almost 2 years. That deserves an upgrade to 5 stars, in my book. (I like it enough to buy another one on clearance from Sears for $4.50).
As you can see from the picture that there are two areas of the ladle that is separated by a metallic band. The nylon part is the ladle part, and some cheap plastic is used for the handle part. The handle is NOT heat proof and will MELT if you are not careful, don't let the handle touch any part of the cookware you are using.
Also the ladle is kind of oddly shaped, the ladle part is slanted instead of being 90 degrees to the handle, making it kind of awkward scooping out of tall pots.
All things considered, not a bad ladle for nonstick cookware!
Too many kitchen spoons are either a flat paddle, or a deep ladle but this one is in the perfect middle ground. It is also sturdy enough to stir and lift without excessive bending, and the handle is nice and comfortable. If I could change one thing I might make the handle just a little larger in diameter, but that is a very minor quibble. I also like that it doesn’t have any little crevices (like so many others) that food gets stuck in making it unhygienic.
You have to know what you are getting here, it is a nylon utensil, so it is cheap and if you leave it propped up on a searing pan you can melt it, but that feels like a user error and not a design flaw.
I put this in the dishwasher and unlike some other nylon utensils, I don’t see the material graying over time so kudos to OXO there.
All in all this is the best of the cheap kitchen spoons and is nice enough you don’t mind serving with it.