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VARDAGEN Cooking tweezers

Price £ 6

How to get it

Article Number903.098.15

Product details



  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

  • Material
    Main parts/ Rivet:
    Stainless steel
    Acetal plastic


Weight & measurements

Length: 30 cm

  • VARDAGENArticle Number903.098.15

    Width: 9 cm

    Height: 3 cm

    Length: 30 cm

    Weight: 0.17 kg

    Package(s): 1


Haven’t used yet , butVerified ReviewerHaven’t used yet , but it seems study enough , just what I was looking for5
Ideal for Bar-b- cues & in the kitchenVerified ReviewerHad a few sets of tongs from IKEA & have to admit theses are the best ones ever5
greatVerified Reviewermust buy it5
Exactly what is requiredVerified ReviewerMy son picked this up on way round the store. Has been well used. Great price5
Robust tongsVerified ReviewerGreat robust tongs for use in the kitchen and with a BBQ.5
goodVerified Reviewersister -in - law says it is priceless4
PerfectVerified ReviewerI’ve been looking for something like this for a while good price and quality, will be getting another on my next visit.5
Perfect tweezersVerified ReviewerGood quality. Sturdy tweezers. Fashionable look. Brilliant indoor and outdoor use.5
Perfect for cookingVerified ReviewerPerfect length easy to use and clean and value for money5
good value/size tweezers/tongsVerified Reviewergood value/size tweezers/tongs - not too big, like some for bbq, and not too small4
Useful piece of kitchen kitVerified ReviewerThis is great, why haven’t I bought one before? I use it all the time5
Great Tongs!Verified ReviewerEasy to use and easy to clean. Nice and long so if you reaching the back of the stove you can keep you're warm clear of the front rings.4
Great quality productVerified ReviewerGreat for salads and picking meat. Easy to use too easy to clean .4
PerfectVerified ReviewerThese tongs are great for salads and picking up hot meat . Easy to use too easy to clean .5
VARDAGEN Cooking tweezers

Designing for the tastes of people around the world

Do you sometimes cook dishes from other cultures? Then you’re part of an international trend called transculturalism. It basically means that global cooking and eating habits are a lot more similar than you may think. How can we cater for this trend? We designed the VARDAGEN series with products that can be used in multiple ways. In Swedish, VARDAGEN means “every day”, which is just how the products are meant to be used, no matter where you live.

“Consumers have access to cultural diversity in cooking and eating from all over the world,” explains Ina Tidbeck Sjöblom, who helped create the products. “They want to taste the best of all cultures, which means that it’s not only in Asia that we need eating products for sushi.”

Creating products for all our differences (and similarities)

The VARDAGEN products are designed to turn differences into similarities. Like the eggcup. “We did it in a shape that it’s more like a very small dip bowl,” explains Ina. “So it’s also for Asian eating, you know the bowl where you put chili paste and other condiments.” Another bowl has just the right size and shape to be a rice bowl in Asia, but it can also be used as a side-salad or cereal bowl.

Answering the global demand for durability

VARDAGEN is uniquely suited to the global market—catering to the different needs of eaters. One thing people all over the world seem to agree on is the importance of durability. “We know from all the studies and research we do that people don’t want to buy and throw away things, they want to buy something that lasts,” says Ina. That’s why VARDAGEN is made from durable and sustainable materials, like glass, porcelain and stainless steel. That means, just like the name VARDAGEN suggests, they’ll be useful every day for many days to come.


What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing things – without losing its valuable properties.