Good Grips Cooking Utensils Reviews
Newest Review: ... are not only good looking but are also high quality utensils that are comfortable in the hand. They are generally more ... more
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Customer Good Grips Cooking Utensils Reviews (4)
by - written on 05/01/02, updated on 05/01/02 (Very useful, 357 readings)
Good Grips kitchen utensils first came about in 1989. They were the idea of Mr Sam Farber. He had previously founded Copco, a cookware company, in 1960. After he retired, he and his architect wife, Betsey, rented a holiday home in the south of France. It was while they were there that Betsey's arthritis flared up. Noticing her inability to use a potato peeler properly, he wondered if it was possible to invent kitchen utensils to help her and the other 20 million arthritis sufferers in the US (why didn't he just peel the potatoes for her and tell her to go and put her feet up?!). So, that is how it all began. The products became a huge success, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/01, updated on 09/02/01 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Good Grip Cooking Utensils are a joy to work with in the kitchen. Like any good cooking utensils, the forks and knives are sharp, and the spoons sturdy for heavy-duty scooping. However, where these cooking utensils really differentiate themselves is in their soft, easy grip. This improved grip is vitally important, as I will explain for each of the three major types of utensils - forks, knives, and spoons. The forks are made of stainless steel, and have sharp, striaght points that can pierce the toughest and hardest of pot roasts (like my mother-in-law's!). And it is when you are dealing with the toughest of meats that the enhanced grip comes into play. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I have a number of Good Grips products in my kitchen. They are of such good quality that if I now need to replace a utensil and Good Grips make one, they are my first choice. At the moment I have a garlic press, a tin opener, a pizza cutter and an ice cream scoop from their range of products. The handles on Good Grips utensils give you the clue as to why they are so called. They were originally developed by an entrepreneur called Sam Farber whose wife suffered badly from arthritis and found holding ordinary kitchen tools difficult. Farber wanted to design utensils that were not only comfortable for those with less dexterity but would also appeal to the mass ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/03, updated on 07/03/03 (Useful, 36 readings)
I purchased a Good Grips garlic press one year ago and the hinge snapped after about 9 months of usage. Sure, it feels substantial, but the tensil strength of the hinge does not equal that of the handles. My mother-in-law had the same thing happen to her Good Grips garlic press. I don't mind paying more for quality kitchen tools, but I am sorry to say that I can not recommend this product based on such a short lifespan. I also purchased a Good Grips whistling tea kettle at the same time for $50 USD, and the whistle stopped working after about 6 months! The tea kettle has a clever design, since you don't have to lift or push a lever to lift the whistle and pour . Read the complete review
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