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Toddler Boy Casual Letter Jeans
Toddler Boy Casual Letter Jeans Review
Vano Chu "grills year-round": Best I've found so far. Unlike collared tongs, the Oxo locking mechanism will not accidentally engage while tongs are in use. They have good stiffness and torsional rigidity and the metal at the gripping ends is thick so you won't cut into your steaks/wings/whatever even under high grip pressure. Rubber handle inserts give these a solid feel that provides confidence when you're using them. Price is right too!
Vyshtia: OXO products are usually very good. They are designed with consumer comfort and ergonomics in mind. They are usually very well made and solid items as well.These tongs are no exception. The are large enough to give you good reach and distance from oil splatter. They are absolutely invaluable in cooking, as an extension of your hand to move food items around in pots and pans without burning yourself. It's so easy to use these to grab steak and flip em, MUCH easier than trying to flip with a fork, spatula, or other devices. That's because this tool can actually grab and pick up food. The rubber on the handles makes it very comfortable and helps with heat - I still wouldn't leave it in pot of hot water though, the stainless steel goes throughout, so it will still get hot, the rubber just helps. The locking mechanism is strong and stable. The entire thing is easy to wash and clean. I haven't had any problems with these at all and would recommend them to anyone.If there was any improvements to be made, it would be to maybe have non-stick tips that were a little gentler on breaded foods. Some kind of rubber/silicone/non-stick tip would be my next set of tongs. I would like to have both versions. The stainless steel tips have good grip, so I wouldn't want to sacrifice that. So I think having one of each would be perfect.
Wayne R: I've got several sets of these - a few in each kitchen, camping gear, etc. These are well built and just work.
Wisnic: I bought them for my husband, as I read about them on some blog about a man's kitchen or masculine cooking utensils. They're all that. He looks 4 inches taller when using them... and he can finally stop using a spoon and his fingers to pull the last carrots out of the stir fry.I hook them over the edge of our wooden-spoon jar. The tab at the top locks them in a mostly closed position... making them less obnoxious to store than similar products.
Wyoming Eagle: I needed some extra long tongs for working in a soup pot without getting burned. they work very well. I am pleased.