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FULLÄNDAD Turner, grey,

Price £ 0.75
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Kind to pots and pans with non-stick coating.

Article Number803.929.85

Product details


IKEA of Sweden

Weight & measurements

Length: 32 cm


My 4 year old grandsonVerified ReviewerMy 4 year old grandson wanted one after he'd used mine He likes to cook5
Cheap and cheerful but doesVerified ReviewerCheap and cheerful but does what’s needed5
Bought toreplace more expensive brandVerified ReviewerBought toreplace more expensive brand that broke Just what I was looking for5
Just what I've been lookingVerified ReviewerJust what I've been looking for4
Too expensive for what itVerified ReviewerToo expensive for what it is. Already loosing appearance after a few times used in the frying pan.3
SpatulaVerified ReviewerBit too narrow but they didn't have a wider one.4
Good value for moneyVerified ReviewerJust right in the kitchen.5
Great value for moneyVerified ReviewerGreat value for money5
So cheapVerified ReviewerAmazing5
Does the jobVerified ReviewerLooking for something that doesn't scratch pans.5
Love itVerified ReviewerThis website would not let me put a review in5
Verified Reviewerbeen after one of these for a while4
Verified ReviewerNice and sturdy construction. Easy to turn your eggs or burgers5
Verified ReviewerVery strong and easy to clean5
Kitchen utensilVerified ReviewerWe purchased this as an addition to our kitchen utensil range, no problem.5
Nifty toolVerified ReviewerJust a nice little gadget with so many uses in the kitchen4
SpatulaVerified ReviewerI wanted to replace some old Ikea spatulas which were excellent but find this one fairly useless. It’s a shame Ikea have stopped making their old range of kitchen tools.1
GoodVerified ReviewerNot used them yet. But seem sturdy enough for what I need them for.4
Verified ReviewerVery happy with this item, easily does its job, don't mind buying another one.5
Colour stains but a great priceVerified ReviewerBought the set previous but as I use this one the most the colour on this one had turned greenish from using it a lot, most probably lasted 6 months but it was used daily near enough and is so cheap it’s not much of an issue!4
FULLÄNDAD Turner, grey, 32 cm

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