OXO was founded by Sam Farber, an entrepreneur in the household goods industry, and his son John Farber in the U.S. The first group of 15 kitchen utensils was introduced to the market at the Gourmet Products Show in San Francisco, California, in 1990. Since then, for more than 25 years, they have manufactured domestic tools that captivate their clients and exceed expectations, his philosophy is based on creating everyday tools that are inspired by the hands that need additional help, and by helping those hands are helping everyone.
In OXO, they observe the objects and activities of the day to day, to create simpler ways of doing them. In general, they focus on the small details and create tools to improve the tasks of daily life. From cooking, preparing, baking to cleaning and organizing. Design tools that fit in your life.
The Beechwood Slotted Spoon is made of solid wood and thanks to its design provides comfort and versatility. It has a shape that distinguishes them from the straight sides and is used to obtain a greater reach in the walls and corners of the utensils. At the same time, it has a wonderful natural oil finish that protects the wood. It is ideal and safe for non-stick utensils. It must be washed by hand.
- Perfect for stirring and straining
- Made of solid beechwood
- Safe for non-stick cookware
- Natural oil finish
- Large, comfortable handle
- Hand wash and promptly dry
- Weight: 0.03 lbs
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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