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Cuisipro Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons

Innovative oval spoon design and longer handles make it easier to scoop ingredients from spice jars and other small containers. Heavy-duty stainless-steel construction will take you through years of. Gently curved handles allow the spoons to sit securely ...Read More

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Innovative oval spoon design and longer handles make it easier to scoop ingredients from spice jars and other small containers. Heavy-duty stainless-steel construction will take you through years of.

Gently curved handles allow the spoons to sit securely on the counter without tipping over. Spoons nest within each other and come with a convenient clip to keep them together.

Includes 1/8-tsp., ¼-tsp., ½-tsp., 1-tsp., and 1-tbsp. sizes. Dishwasher safe.

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  • Manufacturer: Cuisipro
  • Includes: 5 measuring spoons
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Capacity: 1/8 tsp., ¼ tsp., ½ tsp., 1 tsp., and 1 tbsp.
  • Material: Stainless steel
BENEFITS:
  • Oval design and long handle make scooping from spice jars easier.
  • Sits on counter without tipping over.
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel lasts through years of use.
  • Nesting spoons with a storage clip to keep them together.
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The spoons are accurate measures -- tested by America's test kitchen. Important for measuring yeast, etc. They are narrower so they can get into baking powder cans to measure and level off. Hefty too
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February 3, 2014
Cuisipro Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons
I've only had these for about a month, but what can I say other than love, love, love these. They feel very sturdy in your hand. They are engraved with the measurements in ml and spoon size. I don't have a problem with reading it. I did not check them for accuracy. I bought these together with Cuisipro SS Odd Size measuring spoon set so I could have a complete set of measuring spoons.

I went from the plastic measuring spoons which over the years have broken or melted in the dishwasher. It was time to upgrade to a nice set, that will last a lifetime. They also make a great 1st house or wedding gift.

These come on a ring like that of a keychain. I couldn't take them off the ring. It is very hard to open up to remove or put back a spoon. I would love to be able to have the 2 sets nested together and be able to remove the size I need as needed. It makes it easier to wash them too that way. On the other hand, you don't lose any of them this way either! This issue doesn't change my rating of 5 stars.

I feel the quality and the price are great. They are a keeper set
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Sur La Table Store
because it was on their list
Cheryl S on Jul 14, 2015
always need they will think of us a lot!
M Johanne B on Jun 16, 2015
I liked the shape of the spoons and the longer handle.
Lynda G on Jul 4, 2015
accuracy
Linda K on Jun 14, 2015
Where are these made?

Looking for stainless items made in USA or Europe, not China. Can you help
A shopper on Jan 28, 2014
Best Answer: These spoons are made in China.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jan 28, 2014
Are these made of 18/10 stainless steel? I have reviews on other sites commenting that older versions of these products were plainly stamped "18/10 stainless steel" while newer ones were only stamped with "stainless steel". Also, newer versions weigh less.
Jean on Jul 18, 2015
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Best Answer: Hi Jean : ) I recently bought these on sale from Sur La Table. They appear to be stainless steel but as mine are not stamped 18/10, the odds are since they are made in China for a Canadian company that cost savings may have been instituted to save money. However, that being said. I do have a set of measuring spoons made of 18/8 SS by Amco out of Japan that when weighed come in at 2.96 ounces where the Cuispro come in at 3.10 ounces. They are also very shiny. (I took the 'pinch' one off the ring (and took the ring off too) so the weighing would be closer in comparison. My 18/8's are duller by comparison but they are seriously older as well and have gone through many dishwashing events probably contributing to their dullness. I personally like them as they fill the need for the non-standardized measuring instruments in my world. I do live on a boat, so the fact they are ss will be tested sooner rather than later. I just got rid of the beaters for a mixer because they rusted and I don't want the rust transferring to a the food, I was unable to remove the rust sufficiently to meet my standards. If these rust,, I will pitch them too. But so far so good. It took the beaters over 3 years to betray me. But living on a boat, has its challenges. Hope this helps you.
Reply · Report · Sara P on Jul 18, 2015
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