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Yaxell Silicone Spatula

Color: Brown
Size: Small

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Product Information

  • Brand:Yaxell
  • Color:Cocoa brown / Paprika red
  • Material:Body: Silicone (heat resistant up to 280℃), Handle: Nylon (heat resistant up to 200℃)
  • Product type:Spatulas
  • Country of origin:China
  • Small:Dimensions (approx): 230 x 55 mm, Thickness: 8 mm, Item weight (approx): 50 g, Shipping weight (approx): 60 g
  • Large:Dimensions (approx): 300 x 65 mm, Thickness: 10 mm, Item weight (approx): 70 g, Shipping weight (approx): 80 g

Key Features

  • The silicone head is durable and flexible. The rest part is made of nylon, which is lightweight and resistant to heat. The combination of 2 different materials provides good usability as a spatula. Unlike metal ones, it won’t damage the surface of pots or pans.
  • It can be used for multi purposed – mixing, flipping, stir-frying, gathering ingredients.

Use & Care

  • Dishwasher safe.


The outstanding edge of the Yaxell knives has been achieved by combining the best of advanced technology with the unsurpassed knowledge and expertise of the craftsmen making these professional kitchen knives. Their skills have been cultivated in traditional Japanese sword making techniques, handed down from generation to generation over seven centuries in Seki, Japan, the capital of swords and knives.