Basic Silicone Kitchen Tools (Set of 4)
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Don’t call them basic.
These kitchen tools from GIR—that brand that really does “Get It Right” in the kitchen—are a revolution in essential kitchen utensils. All their silicone utensils are heat resistant up to 550°F, easy to clean, dishwasher safe, BPA-free, and practically indestructible, and all have been designed with real cooks in mind—so they’re functional in ways home cooks actually need kitchen tools to be. The spatula has a beveled edge and angled tip, perfect for mixing, flipping, and scraping up those sticky bits at the bottom of the pan. The spoon has firm-but-flexible edges for getting into corners and crevices, a deep bowl for serving, and an easy-to-grip handle that makes stirring and scooping a dream. The flip is a revolution in turners: thin without being flimsy, sturdy without being clunky, and with a perfectly beveled edge for smoothly sliding under what needs flipping. The whisk has 12 steel wires (instead of the standard 8 or 10) to deliver maximum aeration, and they’re evenly distributed around the silicone handle to reduce wrist fatigue. Whether you get them in the “Mini” or the “Ultimate,” this is a set that’s anything but basic.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin, Alpha Smoot
Details & Materials -
Mini (Set of 4) includes (1) Mini Spatula, (1) Mini Spoon, (1) Mini Flip, and (1) Mini Whisk. Mini Spatula: 1.4” L x 8.3” W x 0.5” H; Mini Spoon: 1.7” L x 8.3” W x 0.5” H; Mini Flip: 2.6” W x 10.9” L x 1.25” H; Mini Whisk: 8"L x 1.75"W, handle is 4"L x 0.75"W
Ultimate (Set of 4) includes (1) Ultimate Spatula, (1) Ultimate Spoon, (1) Ultimate Flip, and (1) Ultimate Whisk. Ultimate Spatula: 1.9” L x 11” W x 0.7” H; Ultimate Spoon: 2.6” L x 13.5” W x 0.5” H; Ultimate Flip: 3.25” W x 13” L x 1.7” H; Regular Whisk: 11"L x 3"W, handle is 4.5"L x 1"W.
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe. Heat Proof to 464F and Heat resistant to 550F. Eco friendly, BPA and BPS Free
Meet the Maker
New Castle, DE
GIR was founded in January 2012 with a mission to apply intelligent design to everyday products and experiences. They've started with the simplest of tools: the spatula. And they're getting it just right.View Full Profile
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