Rachael Ray Tools Lil Huggers 2-Piece Tong Set, Orange
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- Tongs set from Rachael Ray's kitchen tools collection; 2-piece set includes 9-inch tongs and 12-inch tongs
- Heat-resistant silicone heads to pluck hot dogs off a hot grill or corn out of boiling water; pointed head tips help maneuver tight corners
- Nylon handles on tongs provide secure grip; tongs heads resist temperatures up to 500 degrees F, tong handles to 350 degrees F
- Pull-up pins on the end of each pair of tongs locks the tongs heads closed for storage; dishwasher-safe
- Limited lifetime warranty; upon shipping, tongs set measures 5-1/2 by 16-4/5 by 1 inches and weighs 1 pound
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Top Customer Reviews
They are a good tong for flipping things on a baking pan, tossing pasta, or using as a mixing utensil if that happens to be the thing you grab without looking. They are very comfy in the hand as well. I would stick to the metal tongs for meat's though, or another silicone tong that has groves that can hold onto wet things better.
Update: Over a year later, they've been used almost daily and been in the dishwasher (very hot) many times. They get a lot of use & still look brand new. I've given these as a gift & they are most welcome. These tongs are an indispensable part of the kitchen arsenal. You will be pleased with this item!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like the Rachael Ray Tongs, they are durable and work very well. I wish they weren't so expensive but I do love them.Published 19 days ago by CrochetLady
These are good and withstand high heat. One thing I don't like is that they don't have a serrated edge which makes it difficult to grab on to food to turn it.Published 1 month ago by Niesioa
One set is regular size, the other are large. they are both easy to use.Published 4 months ago by Karl D. Eltzroth
I like this product a lot, but I didn't give it 5 stars because every now and then you will get pinched. Be careful how you hold them.Published 7 months ago by Doris H. Dancy