IKEA 365+ VÄRDEFULL Meat tenderizer, black

$7.99

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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.

Designer

Håkan Olsson

Article Number701.527.40
  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

  • Material
    Body:
    Reinforced polyamide
    Handle:
    Synthetic rubber
    Care

    Dishwasher-safe.

  • BPA (Bisphenol A) free

Measurements

Length: 9 "

  • IKEA 365+ VÄRDEFULLArticle Number701.527.40

    Width: 3 ¼ "

    Height: 2 ¼ "

    Length: 9 ½ "

    Weight: 11 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.8(33)
Good workGangGood work5
I Love the look andNormaI Love the look and feel of the product. It performs amazingly5
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 qualityTHOMASgreat quality5
Meat tenderizerchrisGood weight to it5
Meat tenderizerTERRYPerfect! Sturdy weight and well made. The price was reasonable compared to other brands.5
TenderizerKristinaLove this!5
Tenderizing malletNealGreat item. Nice weight.5
No more tough chichen breastBinWorks wonder instantly.5
01/24/2021CeciliaI looked for this product in another stores for a while I love IKEA for that because I Can find things not available in another stores abd at an aff price. No assembly required5
Strong and SturdyWendyPerfect for tenderizing meat. I love the nonslip grip handle and its built strong and sturdy.5
Amazing toolCap40I bought this 2 weeks ago and I am using it on chicken as well on beef . I really like it the way it works.5
I’ve needed a tenderizer for years.A necessity for any cookThe price is great, it’s well made. Perfect.5
Better materialgolfwillownyouGot this to replace an old metal one that was changing colors and no longer safe to use on food so I like the material of this one much better and it doesn't degrade like the old one did.5
Great itemVanderfullI bought this item and it is an excellent item, I love it5
Carmel57I love it works like a charm5
Sturdy product3 Stooges FanI bought this meat tenderizer as a replacement to a wooden one I've had for years. This mallet is very sturdy and does the job without much effort on my part.4
Asher BabyWife wanted one for a long time and she uses it a lot......plenty of good meals since!!5
Pounds great, stores poorly.MerrillI am glad to have this little hammer for all my food hammering needs. Now, IKEA, stop making kitchen implements that have to hole from which to hang them. Please!3
Perfect!JudiewSo much nicer than those horrible metal or wooden kitchen mallets. We got this to use when constructing a cabinet and new flooring. We wanted to be able to tap without marring the surfaces. Worked great, and now can be cleaned and returned to the kitchen!5

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