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Winco FST-6 6.5-Inch Blade Fish Spatula
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- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "fish spatula"
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- Quality brushed stainless steel, w/securely riveted smooth wooden handle
- Slotted ergonomic turning blade
- Edged-end for functional cutting during grilling, acts as a knife
- Commercial grade for heavy and long durable grilling
- DIMENSIONS: 11 Inches, Length (spatula blade)-61/2 Inches, Length (handle)-41/2 Inches, Width (handle)-⅞ Inches
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Quality brushed stainless steel, w/securely riveted smooth wooden handle. Slotted ergonomic turning blade. Edged-end for functional cutting during grilling, acts as a knife. Commercial grade for heavy and long durable grilling. DIMENSIONS: 11 Inches, Length (spatula blade) - 61/2 Inches, Length (handle) - 41/2 Inches, Width (handle) -⅞ Inches.
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The wooden handle fits perfectly in my hand, and is smooth. The steel part of this is secured into the wood pretty well. You could use this for any type of cooking, it's very versatile and the price is great.
I do reviews for Amazon and I firmly believe in letting others know my honest thoughts and suggestions if I leave a review. I know I want the real opinion of someone who has purchased the product before me, so I make sure I'm thorough.
I bought this at full price, no discount, and I give 5 stars on products I genuinely feel deserve them.
Its edge is beveled, which makes it easier to push under food than with a more blunt or thick spatula. It looked a little "wiry", and I thought it would be flimsy, but it feels neither flexible nor "weak" for weights up to that of a three-egg omelette or 8" pancake.
The metal portion is deeper at the base than the top and sides and is embedded into the wooden handle and secured with 2 rivets, and I don't think there will be any issues with it bending with the above mentioned food weight, or coming apart.
If the top were say 3/4" deep instead of being barely 1/4", it would perhaps make it easier to both push under food, and handle to clean the top edge better. There could be an engineering reason for its design, not sure. I use a brush to get any stuck food off quickly without it affecting my fingers or nails. There are plenty of metal edges, and although they are completely smooth and flat with no ridges, it still needs careful handling while running your fingers along them while hand-cleaning.
After having read reviews from fellow users, I know to keep them clean without soaking too long for fear of rust. I purchased two so we can alternate and keep them from getting too much wear. Hope to get good long use out of them.
Overall great price for good sturdy product with a great design for just this use.
This is a good quality spatula. The rivets connect the wooden handle tightly to the spatula. There is even a slightly tapered edge in the front for easier insertion. My only minor nit is that the handle seems a bit small in my hand.
If you're comparing this to Ree Drummond's version of the same spatula: I have two of hers. I purchased them at Walmart because they were cheaper there than on Amazon, which I found strange. Her wooden handles have some sort of very light finishing stain on them, and that's the only difference. I keep all of mine down inside the same large utensil jar, and from where I stand, I can't tell the difference between them when I reach for them.