Trudeau Pot Clip Spoon Rest
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- Clip-on spoon rest for holding utensils above saucepans and stockpots
- Made from durable metal and heat-resistant silicone
- Keeps drips in the pot so stovetop stays clean
- Heat-resistant to 600 degrees F; safe in the dishwasher
- Available in several colors and sets
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Trudeau’s revolutionary invention, the pot clip, is a must have for all cooks. A practical, space and sauce saving little utensil…it’ll make you wonder how you got along without it. The Utensil Pot Clip from Trudeau securely attaches to the edge of most cookware, and will hold your spoon, spatula, fork or most utensils. Any drips will just fall right back into the pan…where they should be in the first place. Great way to save space, waste less and make clean up a snap!
Trudeau's pot clip is one of those kitchen gadgets that looks like an extra and turns out to be indispensable. Designed to attach to the side of most saucepans or stockpots, the compact clip features an arced slot to hold the handle of a spoon, turner, or ladle. Surprisingly helpful, this prevents drips on the stovetop, keeps utensils at the ready, and eliminates the need for a traditional spoon rest. Fashioned from silicone and metal, the clip is surpassingly heat-resistant--up to 600 degrees F--and clamps very securely. Little silicone bumpers guard against scratches on the pot's surface, and the whole thing pops in the dishwasher for cleanup. Covered by a five-year warranty, the pot clip comes in several colors to complement kitchen décor. --Emily Bedard
Top Customer Reviews
Yes this POT clip not a pan clip as you will see when you try it out has many requirements and very little if no verstaility in the Kitchen. This only works well on pots. And With a name like Pot Clip ummm yeah they named it that for a reason! It's not the Pan/Pot clip so I wasa little off to assume it would work on just about any pan or pot I owned! Opps.
It's for sraight edge pots and for cooking when you don't need a cover and you have the right size spoon to fit in the clip. If your pots have that C shape at the top it wont work.
Most of us have pots and pans of many different shaped edges/lips. In order for this to work you must have a straight edge/lip pot. Which many of us have which is the good news.
Pots like The Large Rachel Ray Enamel Pot(the bright orange one) I can use the clip on. However, if you want to put the lid cover on to cook a sauce you have to take the Pot Clip off. So with that said you will still need to put your spoon in a spoon holder or on the counter with a napklin. By not being able to put on the cover it looses a star.
What good is it if you can only use it to cook items that you do not cover. So say good bye to this clip for boiling anything, cooking rice, stews, sauces or anything else that needs a cover. Yes we all know we can use it to start the cooking before the cover goes on, but really if you are going to be using the spoon holder or counter top already whats the point since you are going to dirty it up anyways.
My guess is that you can still use the clip for at least 50% of the time which still is not too shabby, but there still is the obstical of that straght edge pan. The trouble is most pans have that C shape edge no matter how flat or wide. And You would think this is made to still work around that problem so you can use the clip to set a spatula in. Well if the spatula handel is thin enough to fit in the clip(most are not). So yes you can finagle it but it really does not work at all on a pan.
So for me it is just not versatile enough and I just don't use it at all. It only works with two of my pots and I cover these pots when I cook so it's in a drawer never to be used again! LOL
When making sauces or dishes requiring frequent stirring, I usually have to use both hands in order to get it in there without forcing it and causing it to fling liquid or make a mess (because of the size of my desired utensil - not all utensils have this problem). I move quickly when in the kitchen, and (unfortunately) this slows me down.
Also, it requires more to wash than my spoon rest. I have only hand-washed and air-dried this, and it still rusted a little on the bottom after only a couple uses. It can come apart to clean in order to prevent rusting, but it is a pain and more work that wiping off my silicon mat.
Overall, it can work for some, and I do still use it on occasion. It has a great design that prevents smaller utensils from slipping off and it fits on all my cookware, but I find it impractical.
Enter this product - it's nice for keeping the spoon near the pot without getting in the way. I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars because while functional, it rests on the pot a little strangely in my experience, and it's a little awkward to place the spoon in the holder. I feel like this is a product a geek like myself wants to use in the kitchen, and not something a hardcore professional chef would use. Still, it's a functional tool and I'm generally a fan.
I added a photo of it hanging with recipes.
Hey, for the price you figure it's not going to be great, but it looks solid in that picture, right? I opened this package and clipped it to a pot right away. Immediately I could tell that this wasn't going to work out well. The clip did not grip well on the pot and, worse, the spoon holder part is so big that the spoon has to be perfectly balanced, or an optimal thickness in order to perch there without flipping food all over the stove, or even falling out.
While Paris I saw a Chat Noir ceramic souvenir spoon rest that cost nearly 3 times as much, but it's ten times better. It's fun, colorful, reminds me of a nice trip, and just sits there dutifully waiting to hold any sized spoon. You're better off getting something similar.