Thursday, December 03, 2015

Product Review: Chef Series Standard Flexible Silicone Spatula

Product Description

The Perfect Standard Silicone & Stainless Turner with Innovative Design & Quality Materials. Each of our pro-grade utensils is designed to meet the needs of chefs and bakers and manufactured to the highest standards using only the best materials.

Each piece features:

- Ergonomic Easy-to-Clean Functional Design
- S-Core Internal Stainless Steel Support Technology
- High Heat Pro-Grade Silicone
- Soft Grip Non-slip textured finish
- Safe for Coated & Non-stick Cookware
- Lifetime Guarantee

My Review

I have three plastic spatulas right now but each one of them seem to get a little more melted every time I use them. I try not to use the metal spatula because I don't want to scratch my non stick pans so I knew I needed to get a hard plastic or silicone type spatula to use with my pans. 

This one works really good and I've used it enough to know that it's not going to melt if I fry an egg or need to turn over some fried potatoes that are in a little hot oil.

I also really like that it's not floppy because it has metal inside the silicone to keep it stiff enough to turn over heavier foods without the spatula bending. 

If you'd like to buy one for yourself, you can find it here

Disclosure: I was given this product at a discount in exchange for an honest review. 


  1. Good when you find one that won't melt away indeed

    1. Yeah, those older plastic ones don't work as well.

  2. I have a similar one in purple that I love.

  3. That's great. I have a plasic set and it's basically useless because it's so floppy I think it can only handle salads!

  4. That's good that its firm enough to hold the food and it won't melt.

  5. You had me at it's not floppy! I need this :)

    1. A lot of people had had that floppy problem with the silicone so I'm glad they are fixing the problem.

  6. This sounds like a good silicone spatula, I have one silicone spatula that's floppy and it's so unhandy, so I am glad to hear this one isn't like that. I mostly use wooden spatula's and metal ones so far, although I am glad to hear they are fixing the floppy issue with the silicone ones, I might give them another try now.


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