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Jim: I needed a spoon with slots or holes for lifting vegetables, etc., out of water in non-stick pots. I checked out the selection at the local WalMart and the ones they had either struck me as being overpriced (even for WalMart) or flimsy. I took a chance on this one because I own a couple of Oxo kitchen products and am very happy with them, and I am pleased with this spoon. (And I was able to combine it with 3 other kitchen items and thereby take advantage of Amazon's 4-for-3 offer.) It has a nice heft and is not at all flimsy, the "good grips" handle is a perfect size for my large hands, and the spoon end is as large as the spoon end of a Revere Ware stainless spoon of this kind I own (which is as large as stainless spoons I used in a professional kitchen many years ago), and water drains through the holes in the spoon quickly. Plus, it's easy to wash, and unlike my stainless spoon, which has wood grips, this nylon spoon can be left sitting in a wet sink. Based on my positive experiences with Oxo kitchen products, I'll look to them first next time I need a new kitchen gadget. They seem to make good quality stuff.
Joe Ekaitis "gray-haired geek": My collection of hard-anodized nonstick and glass-ceramic cookware keeps growing along with the need for the right kitchen tools. This OXO Good Grips set delivers the goods. The heat-resistant nylon pampers Circulon and prevents metal marks on CorningWare and Visions cookware. The big bulgy handles reduce fatigue and every tool in the set cleans up with minimal effort.As a starter set for a new homemaker, replacements for worn out utensils, or as a gift for a foodie friend, you can't go wrong for the price. Order theOXO Good Grips Nylon Ladleat the same time and you'll get everything with FREE Super Saver Shipping.
John Adams: I have used a few of these for years and had no problem with them except when once I left one too close to the burner, which was my fault. As far as the 250 degrees thing, this spatula has no problem being used in much hotter pans so long as it doesn't get left in there. No spatula except an all steel one should be left in the oven or in a hot pan. Even in that case I can't see leaving it in there since it would just get too hot to handle. I use the spatula, then take the spatula out whenever I am done using it so I've never had a problem with melting. Any other nylon spatula which would do the same thing if exposed to high heat for a long time. That's why they don't make the pans out of nylon.Some nice things about this spatula:* it is a good size, not too small* head/handle are one piece (the cheapies are often multiple pieces which always come apart after a while)* perfectly stiff (which is what I want in a turner... I don't have much use for the soft flexible ones that flop around when you try to use it and bend under the weight of the food).
J.R.T.: I got this to use in pans I don't want scratched. But it is way bigger than my OXO stainless lasagna turner. This would make a better burger turner.
Karen E. Foster: This spatula is really sturdy. It is one solid piece so you don't have to worry about it falling apart.