Blue is for Brilliant! but not keen on pink..”
by Mrs Heath
I have had these mini spatulas for a long time and I love the blue one to bits. It has straightish sides that are good for the jars, shoulders for below the neck of the jar, and a straight bit on the end for the base of the jar. The pink one,on the other hand, does none of those things, and the curves on the sides don't suit anything that i routinely scrape out,and having a pointed tip is just useless for scraping. It's also relatively stiff. I would buy another set just for the blue one,but then I'd have two pink ones! Ideally, I would suggest that Lakeland sells the blue one in packs of two.
Published 24 Jan 2014
My Mum bought some of these wonderful spatulas some time ago and has asked me to get some more for her. Treating myself to some too!
Published 31 Jan 2013
Perfect, does the job”
Bought them as a filler for an order and they are so useful. They scrape everything out of the bowl and the last drops of any sauce out of a jar. And the best thing of all, they collect every bit of peanut butter from those odd shaped jars.
Published 03 Oct 2011
This review is for an older version of this product
These little duos are fabulous and well worth the money. I have used for scrapping the last bits from the jam jar, buttercream icing from the bowl and cheese sauce from the saucepan. they wash in the dishwasher (I put them on the top rack).
Published 27 Sep 2011
These little spatulas are absolutely brilliant. I bought 2 sets a couple of years ago and put 1 set in my grown up daughter's stocking at Christmas, we both use them constantly.
Published 20 Sep 2011
Bought these as substitutes for small pastry brushes as I make chocolates in moulds and needed something small. They are a little bigger than I expected but so useful, I will never decorate a cake without them again! They make many of the fiddly jobs (spreading the jam, smoothing the fondant and liquid icing) easier and are really easy to clean.
Published 31 Mar 2011
These are great for getting the last drops out of a jar - good strong handles and flexible ends.
Published 29 Jul 2010
by Miss Louise Corry
I bought these some time ago, and I couldn't have got them sooner. Every week I find a use for either one of these little gems. They are so useful and so easy to clean. I don't use large spatulas that much. But these find a use round the kitchen constantly, whether it's scraping out the last drops of baked beans' sauce from a glass dish after heating them in the microwave or removing the last bit of whisked egg from a plastic jug when making scrambled egg etc. The blue one is great for jugs or dishes with larger bases, and the pink one is super for little corners or where you need an extra angle to get the very last drop! They are nice and slim, and the heads pull off when washing to ensure a thorough clean. Couldn't praise them more highly.
Published 10 Jul 2010
Mini Duo - Maxi Useful”
I bought these on impulse, and now wonder how I ever managed without them. I'm amazed at how useful they have proved - for getting that last bit of mayo or jam out of the jar, or cream or yogurt or creme fraiche out of the tub. Easy to wash and store too.
Published 14 Jul 2009
Very handy and used very often for all the uses described. The blue one is the most used and is also good for dispensing honey - silicone slides right off it, you know !
Published 11 Mar 2009
great little helpers!”
by SHEILA EVANS
They are super great, my favourite is the blue, for mixing, scraping out pots and jars etc. the size is just right as you don't want a large spatula every time. Their uses are endless. Wouldn't want to change anything about them.
Published 01 Jun 2008
by Mrs Wendy Hay
I use these all the time for general cooking, and they are especially useful when I am cooking for my nine month old baby girl. They are great, Think I'll be after another set!
Published 27 May 2008
by Kirstine Oswald
I've got six of these because I use them so often that several are in the dishwasher at any one time. They're very flexible so you can really scrape out the last bits from tubs of, say, yogurt or cream. Similarly, they can get into the edge of a food processor bowl or to the bottom of the beakers that come with many blenders.
Published 08 Mar 2008