Rachael Ray 3-Piece Lazy Tool Set

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Rachael Ray 3-Piece Lazy Tool Set is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Worth The Money These utensils are more nylon then silicone. They don't hold up to the Brand Name and are not worth the price. I have had far better usage from non name brand Kitchen Utensils. Don't waste your money one these.
Date published: 2021-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Effective cooking tools set This three-piece kitchen tools set is well suited for making your cooking familiarity manageable. It's easy to utilize and keep These tools clean.
Date published: 2020-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Re: Fantastic These are awesome. I use them every day and wanted to buy more!
Date published: 2020-10-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good idea, not so good product I love Rachel Ray. Let me get that out before I start this review. Years ago, I ordered a set of her cookware and was sorely disappointed in the quality (I ordered the red and the finish came off every time I washed it until it finally faded to a light pink - at which point I recycled the set). So I was a little wary about ordering her products again. I should always go by my instincts. While the concept is wonderful - and the utensils do sort of hang on to the edge of the pan, the quality of the ends is terrible. First time I used them, they burned and I had to scrape off the excess with a knife. I don't trust there won't be plastic in my food, so they are being recycled. Here's a suggestion, if anyone from Rachel's team reads this review: silicone. All the way. The plastic spatula is so flimsy it is pitiful. Why did you make the handles silicone but the ends you use to cook are cheap plastic? Rachel has to know that this stuff isn't as good as it could be. And before I'm told you can't "scrape" the pan with the utensils, I know that. I'm a professional cook and baker (well, used to be - pro at home now). I take immaculate care of every item I have in my kitchen. If my son had been the one to use them and they'd done what they did, I'd have blamed him. Good thing it was me - so I knew that it was just poor quality plastic. Please improve these, Rachel's team. If you do, I may purchase them again. I'm a consumer who is "once bitten, twice shy". Gave a 2nd chance where normally I wouldn't. A third chance won't be happening. But I hope I can improve other people's experiences by letting you know what needs to be fixed.
Date published: 2020-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money I got these kitchen tools because of the holder notch. I like them. I like that they are nylon on the business end because that makes them sturdy enough to lift a salmon fillet without breaking it. The holding end is silicone so does not get hot to burn your hand. All in all, the best part is the notch that holds the tool on the pot or pan. No putting it down on a spoon rest (something else to wash) or a dirty counter. All three have become my go-to when I cook.
Date published: 2020-06-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed1954 I was so excited to get these because of the handles that attach to the side of pots and pans. The next morning, I used the spatula to flip pancakes. The griddle was on medium low (4-5). As I was trying to flip my tester, it stuck and shouldn't have. I pulled the spatula out and it was melted!! It went immediately into the trash!! The spoon was fine and I haven't used the fish turner yet. I wish I had paid attention to the negative reviews. They all said the quality was not what they expected from a RR product...and the utensils were not silicone, just plastic. I'm terribly disappointed...I expected better. The spoon is OK, so I didn't give it a 1 star rating.
Date published: 2020-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Happy - Misleading not 100% silicone The first sentences says these are silicone tools, but later on in the description on my computer I see that they are part silcone (the handles) the component that goes into the pot/pan is nylon - no thank you! I did order some other Rachael Ray kitchen tools and they were all silcone. These are going back, I feel the way they were presented and the the title was misleading. If you don't mind it being silcone handles but the component that goes into the pot/pan is nylon/plastic, just be aware...
Date published: 2019-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these, but.. I love the lazy tools. I love how sturdy they are. I still have some from their very first iteration and the quality has never changed. Truly amazing! I would love love love to see the return of some wooden cooking utensils. I had some flat wooden spoons from Rachael for so long and they’ve just now needed to be retired. I would love to see them make a comeback! Have noticed some on her show with colored handles and would 100% immediately buy those if they were available!
Date published: 2019-11-09
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