Star Wars Lightsaber Spatula
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- Stainless steel spatula features die-cut slotted "Star Wars" logo design
- Heatproof plastic handle modeled on Darth Vader's Light saber
- Perfect for use on the grill or in the kitchen!
- Measures 11.5" by 4.2"
- Hand wash preferred
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Harness the power of the force and bring a little extra flavor to your grill with an elegant kitchen tool from a more civilized age. Whether you're turning over a Tauntaun steak or flipping a double cheeseburger (blue milk cheese obviously), this Star Wars Darth Vader light saber handle spatula is the kitchen tool for you! the Star Wars Darth Vader light saber handle spatula features a Heatproof plastic handle modeled on the Darth Vader's iconic weapon of choice. Bring the force to your BBQ!
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IS IT A TOY OR A COOKING TOOL
It comes from a toy company and Disney branded and it’s made (mostly) like a toy but come on, what child stays awake at night dreaming of owning their own SPATULA? To reinforce that the bright red tag on the unit states NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN and then drives the point home by adding UNSUITABLE FOR ANYONE UNDER THE AGE OF 14. But yet it misses the mark as a real adult cooking tool in so many ways, even as a novelty item. I'm a guy and I love to cook, and when I'm in the kitchen I don't play games with my food. The reality is that a Star Wars Lightsaber spatula wouldn't be of much of a fun novelty effect because people generally don't watch someone else cook in their kitchen. BUT who doesn't like to have fun when barbecuing, with funny aprons, fun plates and drinking cups and fun cooking tools? I would buy this in a heartbeat for myself or as a gift if it were even remotely practical, but it's not. The most obvious deficiency is that it is much too short for an outdoor grill. And the flat part is too small to flip normal-sized burgers. But the kiss of darth (sorry) is that the plastic handle will only take 190 degrees ... heck my barbecue grill is so hot it singes my eyebrows!
WHAT MAKES IT COOL ... OR NOT
As a novelty it is like one of those jokes where you have to ask "get it?" The words Star Wars are just too obvious as a marketing plug and the Lightsaber handle is, well if you enjoy Star War movies when was the last time you looked at the details on a Lightsaber handle? The whole effect is the cool Lightsaber LIGHT and SOUND EFFECTS. There was such an opportunity for this manufacturer to do something cool with some sort of light or even a sound effect but no, it's just a piece of toy-like plastic that you almost have to explain to someone is a Lightsaber handle. Over on the positive side though is the fact that the metal part is actually made of some decently thick stainless steel. I wish that my real food turner was made like that.
BUY IT, GIFT IT, OR PASS
I would have liked this thing if it was outdoor grill length and if the handle was high temp silicone. I would have loved it if it has a bright light for fun and also for practical use to light up food on the grill. And how brilliant would it have been for it to make a Lightsaber sound every time you poked your meat or if it had a timer or thermometer built in? But unfortunately the way it is sold it is not very "fun" and it sells for much more than it should for being a quasi-toy. Better luck next time.
This is a nice spatula, very thick stainless with the Star Wars logo stamped in the blade. The blade has a smooth beveled edge for scooping under pancakes, or burgers, without damage to the pan. You can use these again now that most pan's have gone ceramic non-stick, and you could always on an iron pan or stainless steel. The handle is of course Vader's light saber, and even though there are some things that stick out, it seems to grip comfortably in my hand. There is a nice wide loop on the back, to hang this up on a hook or nail, near your cook stove. Given the weight of the handle, I'm not sure it's a full tang, but it does seem to be secure enough, just don't pull on it or leave it handle down on the griddle.
I would recommend you don't use this on the older no-stick pans or a baking tray with a non-stick coat that is not ceramic. While the edge is beveled, if you run you hand underneath, there are enough sharp edges on the stamping to seriously scratch a soft surface when the blade is scooped underneath. I was worried about sunny side up or over easy fried eggs, but the top of the logo is smoothly beveled so it does not cut the yokes. While it will do dollar pancakes, and can accurately do fried potato sections and hash browns without double turning, its not recommended or large omelettes and those pan size pancakes, most things it tends rather well. I originally cautioned on the handle here give the plastic looked like it would melt, but the literature says it's heat proof. I hope that means it won't melt over it doesn't get hot to the grip.
Recommended for Star Wars fans who do some basic stovetop cooking and maybe even for housewifes, who occasionally would like to slice more than a sandwich for their husband when he gets out of line. I might have docked it a bit on partial tang plastic handle, but I have several spatula with that, and some that are all plastic, so unless this was in a professional setting, it's fine. I think they make aprons and longer tools for BBQ as well if you want to battle it out in the back yard grill.