Info: 2-Headed Utensils, of Different Types & Sizes
Meet Switchit: Chef'n's line of 2-in-1 cooking implements, which save on both drawer space and stove or counter top work space by including a different-sized of functional head on each end, to double their capacity. They're made of BPA-free silicone, which is also highly heat-resistant, quite strong and durable, yet soft enough to work with glass or non-stick cookware without scratching, and won't rust. They're also stain-resistant, and easy to clean, whether by hand or on the top rack of the dishwasher. They come either in arugula (lime green) colour, or in cherry red.
The 2-in-1 spoons have a different-sized (or in one case, type) of spoon on each end.
- The Mini Spoon type is perfect for getting into small-mouthed jars and containers to pull out olives or pickled onions, for example, and also works well as a serving spoon. It is 8 inches long, altogether, with the smaller end being slightly over 3/4 of an inch across, and is quite shallow, while the larger end is slightly under 1-1/2 inches across and up to abut half an inch deep.
- The Fairly Large Solid Spoon is 11.5 inches from stem to stern, with the smaller head being 1-3/8" across and fairly shallow, while the larger head is 2-3/8" at its widest point (and is slightly longer than that), and up to about a half inch in depth.
- The Large Slotted Spoon is slightly over a foot long, with the smaller head also being 1-3/8" across, fairly shallow, and solid/closed, while the larger head gets over 3 inches wide, and has 19 large drainage holes.
Both the Narrow and Medium, Curved Head spatulas have a six inch handle, and a smaller spatula head straight down on the bottom end that's about 1-1/4" wide. The Narrow version has another head on the top that's also flush with the handle, and is about 1-3/4" wide, while on the Medium version, the larger head angles out to about 30 degrees, and is slightly over 2-1/4" at its widest point. Both types have angled edges which enable you to scrape the hard-to-reach corners of pans, or get all the batter out of bowls.