Flip pancakes, burgers, steaks, and more with this flexible turner! It has a solid blade constructed of stainless steel, making it ideal for commercial kitchen use. This turner spatula is thin enough to flip your food items without damaging them.
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Great for Cast Iron, Light to Medium Weight Capacity Review by CI Guy
The leading edge is flat with rounded corners, and a slight diagonal/rhomboid offset from 90° angles that favors scraping a pan counterclockwise.
It's perfect for use with cast iron to keep the cooking surface smooth and food-free, without being too heavy or sharp enough to damage a good seasoning. Flexible enough for pancakes, durable enough for pork chops and small steaks. I wouldn't recommend for big fish fillets or for items over a pound.
However, beware of poor quality control; I have bought a handful of these over the years, and I recall once purchasing from a batch with weak, pliable handles that were absolutely worthless.
Overall, this has been a reliable product for me. (Posted on 11/1/2014)
Disappointing Turner Review by SoCalJoe
I bought this 3 X 6 flexible turner to replace another commercial brand that had lasted for years. I was surprised and disappointed that the blade is so thin that it bends so much that it struggles to pick up things like a large pancake or hash brown potatoes. In fact, I've had it bend so much from the weight of a large pancake that the pancake just dropped off it the turner and back onto the grill! (Posted on 11/3/2012)
another great turner Review by L.I.Belle
I needed all new cooking utensils after mine got lost in an out of state move. It is professional quality at a great price. I bought this turner along with the slotted one. They both are designed to do the job at hand. For me that is being THIN enough and FLEXIBLE enough to slip under the food without damaging it. (Posted on 10/27/2012)