Giveaway: Best Spatula Ever by GIR
This is my kind of product! Something so simple, yet has countless features that have been thought through. Love the rainbow assortment of colors. GIR has a Kickstarter Campaign, and within days, exceeded their original goal of $15,000. This giveaway is for one of the very first spatulas that have come off the assembly line. ~Jaden
What makes the GIR Spatula different than other spatulas?
The Spatula by GIR is a single piece of molded silicone, heat resistant from -40°F to 464°F. The spatula’s unique solid body construction make it easy to clean, dishwasher safe, and nearly indestructible. An internal nylon reinforcement adds structure and heft, and lends a degree of flex to the blade that allows it to curve around bowls and containers while still being strong enough to manipulate and control foods effectively. It is designed to mix, fold, sauté, and stir foods at any temperature.
Purpose & Use multi-purpose; high and low temp uses; mix, fold, sauté, and stir; maneuvers solids, liquids, and batters.
Flexibility strong but flexible blade designed for an optimum balance between flexibility & firmness. the blade’s degree of flex allows it to curve around bowls and containers while still being strong enough to manipulate and control foods effectively. blade makes it easy to maneuver food, liquid, dry mixes, wet batters, etc. suitable for containers of all sizes: pans, bowls, pots and plates.
Durability nearly indestructible: solid body construction made of high grade, heavy-duty silicone rubber can be used for counter, stove, or frozen applications with no impact on performance
Ease of use lightweight but sturdy, non-slippery with a comfortable handle and grip.
Heat Resistance doesn‘t melt, burn, or get hot to the touch. heat resistant silicone withstands temperatures up to 464°F.
Cleaning methodsunique body construction doesn’t trap food or oil particulates. dishwasher safe, quick and easy to clean by hand.
This giveaway is for one GIR Spatula (random color will be sent). Giveaway sponsored by GIR.