HIC Spring Locking Kitchen Cooking Serving Food Barbecue Tong, Scalloped Gripping Edge, Stainless Steel, 10-Inch
- HIC Spring Locking Tong for securely gripping, lifting and turning foods, and draining cooking liquids for less messy serving
- Made from stainless steel; sturdy and durable; won't react with foods; easy-pull locking tab locks tongs closed for easy, compact storage
- Scalloped grips hold foods securely and drains liquids for mess-free serving; spring action keeps tongs open and ready; pull tab locks them closed
- Perfect for cooking meat, poultry, veggies and stir-fries, tossing salad, and mess-free serving; use in the kitchen with metal cookware and BBQ grills
- Easy to clean; hand wash in warm, soapy water
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that caused me to come back and right this update: 1) The tong's tips do not ALWAYS meet at center when
closing (this is without any product/load on the tongs. 2) They are not as rigid/stiff as other tongs. ?
The SS used is thin. My option: They are OK. BUT, not worth the price being charged. Skip these, keep looking for
tong review that do not include 'flimsy', 'light weight', etc.
My Original review was 3* (before using): Have been looking for locking tongs and decided to try these.
When my wife first used them she immediately said, 'these feel lighter than the older set of tongs we have.'
The 'older' tongs are 10" Oneida (with similar locking mechanism).
I went and got the 10" tongs out to compare. Sure enough. The 12" tongs are longer, but lighter in weight.
My wife then expressed some concern that these new tongs might not handle heavier meats, etc.
Summary: Tongs look and work fine. Our initial concerns with weight/strength have yet to be realized. Only
used once as of this writing. And, not sure I couldn't get a heavy gauge SS tong (w/locking) for less $ than these?