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IKEA 365+ VÄRDEFULL Meat tenderizer, black

Price $ 6.99

How to get it

Use this meat hammer to make the meat tenderer and flatter before it’s time for frying, barbecuing or breading. You enjoy a really good grip thanks to the shape of the handle and the rubber-coated surface.

Article Number701.527.40

Product details

Materials in the handle provide a firm grip.


Håkan Olsson


Length: 9 "


Does the job!ColleenIt’s the first one I’ve owned. It’s an improvement over the can of beans I used previously :)5
Great CheridaIt’s heavy and sturdy! 5
Finally found RuthLooked everywhere for a meat tenderizer, was so glad to find this one at IKEA.5
Great productSusanNice sturdy product5
Good valueAnneCould use more weight & deeper spikes, but good value and does the job. Easy to clean and is safe to use4
Fun to Shop*DianeLoved the variety of products all of them are top quality and very affordable as well.5
excellentVenjasonm.excellent and durable4
Works greatAprilEasy to use and clean. Does what it’s supposed to.5
TenderizerValariePerfect. I needed a meat tenderizer with a flat end, and I'm thrilled with this mallet.5
OKCarlaThis meat tenderizer is just ok. I wish the tenderizer beads were sharper and more pronounced. The tenderizer itself is very sturdy and has a great weight. Just make it more sharp.3
Does it’s functionMDoes it’s function4
Clever cleaverMarthaThe best cleaver for such a great price!5
Good and sturdyAngelaGood and sturdy5
Beat the meatKathleenIt’s durable, and it does what it’s supposed to do5
TenderizerKaraIt works great, love it!5
Well built and good pricePaolaGreat product5
Meat MalletCrystalGreat product. I was meaning to get one and when I saw it here and the price. I had to have it.5
I like the way itShaunI like the way it pounds my meat.5
Good quality 👍Elvavery good5

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