Silicone Essential Kitchen Tools (Set of 5)
These essential kitchen tools from GIR—that brand that really does “Get It Right” in the kitchen—are truly essentials, whether you’re roasting, sautéing, baking, or braising. 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 perforated spoon is patterned with holes that allow for superior straining and skimming—in addition to all the lovable features of the regular spoon. 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. And the ladle, with its flexible edge that allows for scooping into the corners of pots and precision pouring, also has measurements embossed on the inside of the ladle itself—innovative details that make these tools essential for every cook.
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Details & Materials -
Set of 5 includes (1) Ultimate Spoon, (1) Perforated Spoon, (1) Regular Whisk, and (1) Ladle. 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; Perforated Spoon: 2.6” L x 13.5” W x 0.6” H; Whisk: 11"L x 3"W, handle is 4.5"L x 1"W; Ladle: 12.3” L x 4.3” W x 3.8” H
Care & Notes
Dishwasher safe. Heat Proof to 464F and Heat resistant to 550F. Eco friendly, BPA and BPS Free
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