Nylon Tools Protect Nonstick Cookware
Protect your nonstick cookware with the OXO Good Grips Nylon Tools Set. Oversized heads, sturdy necks, added length and comfortable grips set these tools apart. The set includes your everyday favorites: Square Turner, Lasagna Turner, Spoon, Slotted Spoon and Spaghetti Server. Each tool features a durable, oversized nylon head that is heat resistant up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and won't scratch your non-stick cookware.
OXO Good Grips Nylon Tool Set::
- Set comprises five rugged, nylon kitchen tools
- Square turner, lasagna turner, spoon, slotted spoon and spaghetti server
- Soft, comfortable, santoprene grips and long handles with oversized heads
- Safe for nonstick cookware
- Heat-resistant to 400 degrees
Dimensions: Measures 17.9 in. x 7.5 in. x 6.6 in.
A Closer Look: The utensils have extra long necks for better reach and their soft handle nestles comfortably in your hand.
Take Care: Dishwasher safe.
About the Brand: OXO was born in 1990, the first group of 15 OXO Good Grips kitchen tools was introduced to the U.S. market. These ergonomically-designed, trans generational tools set a new standard for the industry and raised the bar of consumer expectation for comfort and performance.
Blessed with OXO's famous Good Grips, the nylon tools in this set furnish a kitchen with six sturdy, durable essentials. Those oversized, soft, Santoprene (processed rubber) grips win awards for easing fatigue and providing slip-resistant safety when wet. They feature "fins" that flex under pressure, conforming to finger grips. The tools have long handles and oversized heads, are heat-resistant to 400 degrees F, and are safe for use with nonstick cookware. The set comprises a 14-inch slotted turner with a 4-inch square head, a 12-inch slotted lasagna turner with a 4-1/2-by-3-1/2-inch head, a 14-inch solid serving spoon, a 14-inch slotted serving spoon, and a 14-inch spaghetti server. Each tool has a large hanging hole. The entire set is dishwasher-safe and carries a lifetime warranty against defects. --Fred Brack