K28114 - Kuhn Rikon Set of 2 Nonstick Flexible Spatulas
Better Than It 's Silicone Edged Brother
I bought the silicone edged ones first. It not very flexible . This product is at least bendable. It 's not very wide so flipping an egg was a challenge and I had to use extra care not to scape my pan .yes in the use and care pamphlet - it does say it will scratch non
Stick surfaces. I thought I was getting a real bargain on a lunchtime special so I bought it. It is just average. I wanted it to turn fish Eggs. And other fragile foods. It works like any other spatula.
The way these were shown I thought they would be "flexible" -- not only are they stiff but hard to use!
I'll keep them just because I don't feel like paying return postage fees. Perhaps the other set would have been a better selection.
Its ok. Would not buy again. Limited in what i can use this. They did not tell you on air not to use it in none stick. well none stick is all a have. Iuka girl
Love the way they bend. Would like a set of ones that are shorter and fatter with flexibilty.
I am enjoying using these new flexible spatulas so much! Great for lifting hot cookies off the pan as well as straining small amounts of liquid from the saucepan.
Not what I thought
I bought these because I wanted to throw out all the other spatulas, But you can"t use these on non stick pans ALL I have is non stick pans I wish I would have found this out before I ordered them I don't remember them saying anything about that and QVC usually cooks in non stick pans for their presentations now I am out $6.95 for shipping
Versatile Kitchen Tool
I use mine to strain veggies and scoop french fries out of the pan. They are great for things like that in addition to flipping pancakes or fish. And they are useful with bakeware as well as serving large portions of food. In fact, I loved mine so much that I gave both my daughter and daughter-in-law their own sets. My daughter is left handed and has never had a problem with them.
The only thing I was slightly disappointed with was the fact that THEY are coated but are not recommended for coated pans. (Although I do carefully use them with my coated pans without any trouble.) It says not to use them w/ coated cookware in the instructions that come with the spatulas, but it was NOT stated in the demo. QVC should start mentioning that in their demos.
I bought this because I thought it would be great for flipping eggs, but was disappointed to find that it is not as bendy as shown on tv. Plus, it is not recommended for non stick pans, which I do not recall being stated in the presentation. I did not return them because I hope to find a use for them.
Great item used cautiously
I too missed the part about not being able to use on nonstick finishes. And reading the material when I received these Spatulas, found they are not to be used on nonstick. Instead the coating was so things didnt stick to spatula. I have both styles now and have to say one isnt any better than the other, however they are a great tool for baking and stainless pans. The flexability is awesome and will continue to use for my other cookware. So yes I would recommend BUT would also warn not to use on nonstick surfaces.
I've gotten both coated and non coated spatulas in Yellow and am quite pleased with the color too.
Another great product from Kuhn Rikon used cautiously.
Wonderful kitchen stuff
Love all Kuhn Rikon products! The spatulas are so thin and flexible. Tthey are the best. They make all others seems clumsy.
A Great Kitchen Tool
I use my Flexible Spatulas mostly for cookie making - they work so beautifully taking cookies off the pans and moving them to cooling racks. I have also used them many times in my Nesco Oven! I just LOVE them! I am sure I will find many other uses, avoiding my non-stick cookware.
Beautiful, Flexible yet Strong, and Lightweight
I love the look & feel of these spatulas. They're flexible yet strong enough to be extremely versatile, and look great on my counter. The non-scratch may prove to be an issue, however, most of my cookware is anodized aluminum, so it may not be. (I've only used them once in that cookware and it didn't scratch)