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Tovolo Dripless Baster
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- Specially designed valve makes for a truly dripless baster
- Clear cylinder allows easy viewing of the contents and volume
- Baster tip is completely removable for thorough cleaning; dishwasher safe
- Fits comfortably in hand, also works well for removing juices and liquid from pan
- Measures 11.5 inches in length; comes with extra tip and cleaning brush
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Tovolo Clear Dripless Baster
The Dripless Baster allows you to freely use your baster without leaving messy drips in your oven, on the stove-top, or on the counter. Each design element of this kitchen tool is constructed to give you the maximum basting capacity without dripping a drop.
From bulb to tip the baster is 11.5 inches long and fits easily into your hand. The bulb's large capacity allows for drawing more liquid. The long body of the baster comes in stainless steel or clear, providing nice reach inside the pan. This sleek design includes an internal valve mechanism for dripless basting. The angled tip helps you cover an area evenly.
Large capacity bulb
Includes spare tip and cleaning brush
Heat Resistant up to 600 degrees F
Squeeze the bulb, place the tip into juice and release the bulb drawing the juice into the bulb. Rest the baster on the counter. No Drips. The tip can simply be removed for cleaning. Each baster includes a cleaning brush and spare tip. Happy Roasting!
Keep cooking surfaces and counters clean
Clear baster to show the flow of juice or stainless
Top Customer Reviews
Up until now, I considered it the best baster I'd ever used. However, we pulled it out for Thanksgiving turkey and it wasn't drawing the juices and it was leaking. Upon close inspection, I found a crack oriented perpendicular to the threads inside the tip. When you screw the tip in, it widens to an open crack and the seal is lost. 3 years doesn't seem like significant longevity. We hadn't abused the baster. So, I have mixed feelings about replacing this with the same baster.
When you get yours, check the tips. Mine came with 2. The one that is loose in the package has a thin, clear plastic membrane inside. No brainer here: Yes, it will clog with food bits. I believe it is meant to make it more "drip-less". The second tip (attached to the tube), had a thin bit of black plastic across part of the opening inside. I used a thin blade to scoop it out and was pleased to find it did not make the baster drip or leak. That one will be my go-to tip as it won't clog, and I have experienced no problems with dripping or squirting.
Shouldn't have to be said, but do make sure the bulb is secured straight and down on the lip. Mine was a little crooked, but a simple push and squish put it in order.
Be aware that a full squeeze of the bulb will allow liquid to over-fill the tube. I like to keep liquids out of the bulb (they'll last longer that way), so I do have to be careful and not give it a full squeeze.
Again, no drip/leak/squirting problems here! Just make sure your bulb is on right, your tips are as they should be, and don't give it a full squeeze. I love this thing! If the price stays reasonable, I'll be buying some for my daughters.
However there is one caveat. When you squeeze the bulb to empty the dripless baster, the contents tend to shoot out in a fairly high-velocity jet. Since I was squirting brake fluid into a small-necked but tall glass bottle this didn't bother me; but I could see where you'd need to be careful if it were filled with hot turkey juice and you were basting a bird.
use this as a grease remover from cooking ground beef and little beef bits get stuck in and clog the tip. Now, I use it
without the tip and after sucking up liquid, I pull it backward toward me to get the tip close to the edge of the pot so
that even any liquid spurts out, it will have the best chance of landing in the pot, while leaning the bulb down
to where I've gotten as much liquid as I can and then transfer to the grease jar. The tip does work though as no-drip,
but again I just found it annoying when chunks of meat get stuck in it.
The first few times I used this to remove grease from cooked ground beef,
I loved it. It didn't squirt all over the place or drip. This last time I used it, it
shot out grease several times. The plastic has spider cracks. Maybe it should
not be put in the dishwasher.