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VARDAGEN Angled turner
VARDAGEN Angled turner
VARDAGEN Angled turner
Article Number403.098.13

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Wash this product before using it for the first time.



Article Number403.098.13
  • Handle:

    Acetal plastic

    Rivet/ Lower part:

    Stainless steel


  • The material in this product MAY BE recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.


Length: 12 "

    Angled turnerArticle Number403.098.13

    Width: 2 ¼ "

    Height: 1 ¾ "

    Length: 11 ½ "

    Weight: 4 oz

    Package(s): 1


Thin and sturdy at the same timeHannahThin and sturdy at the same time4
SpatulaDawnBought for my husband as a gift. Great for flipping burgers.4
Good qualitygoldieGood quality5
light and flexableMattIt is thin and flexible making it easy to get under items to flip them.5
SpatulaJEANI use this to transfer pizza slices from pan to plate. I’m sure there will be many more uses.5
Perfect SpatulaMaplenuttyI bought this spatula because it is made similar to a vintage spatula my mom had that is our favorite because of it's flexibility and durability. This Ikea spatula stands up to the vintage version. So happy I found this!5
Fish flipperSD boatLove this as its large enough to flip everything ve it a pancake or piece of fish5
Good leveragePineapple101This Turner is the only Turner you’ll ever have to buy because it provides just the right amount of leverage to pick up a large item and flip it. this is the perfect Turner5
Excellent designLina dayThin perfect for flipping pancakes omelette with confidence5
Perfect sizeWimntxThis sturdy little spatula is the perfect size for my cooking. Works great for flipping eggs!5
AnieLoweGood quality fit the money.5
Not quite what I neededBarryHWell made utensil. I bought specifically because it was a nice thin metal, which would more easily slide under frying eggs to flip them over-easy . It's a little too narrow to work as well as I had hoped it would.3
good productBarbCooksThis is a good size and very useful. It was a good value.5
Well balanced and easy to care forBJCjrThis turner/Spatula is perfect for turning fish, eggs and meats in my cast iron skillets. The handle size is just right.5
Smartly designed and manufactured. Get a few.Dave LThis is one of the best kitchen utensils IKEA has brought out in a long time. Perfect width for flipping fried eggs and pancakes, the angled offset makes it easy to get the blade nearly horizontal in a frying pan of standard depth and the curve at the end makes it easy to back that last little piece of something up against the pan wall to lift it out. It's metal, so you'll probably want to avoid using it in a nonstick pan, but for a stainless or cast iron one it's ideal. And it won't melt or get blunt at the end in hot oil like the plastic ones do. The handle is tightly attached and doesn't seem like it's hurt by going in the dishwasher. I liked the first one so much I bought two more so I'll always have a clean one in the drawer by the stove.5
Very thin and flexible!jms71It's perfect for serving cake or pie. Glad I bought this.5
ESK51We have s total of 4 of these, in the 2 styles.5
Flimsychris5151The metal part of this spatula is very easily bent. We tried to used it to cook up some sausage patties and in trying to flatten the patties out, the metal part of spatula bent. I would not recommend.1
Great kitchen toolalyssameesaThis is my second one that I've purchased. It's a great little spatula to use! One of it's features is that it is somewhat flexible and can bend easily, which can be good and bad. I recommend this item.4
Handle broke offSandeAfter only a few uses, the handle broke off. Useless. But if course you can't give it 0 stars.1
VARDAGEN Angled turner

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.

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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 items – without losing its valuable properties.