These spoons look great but I'm not convinced that they are very good for measuring correct quantities. I feel the teaspoon is far too big. Everytime I use it my baking does not come out like usual. I think I may stick to my silverware teaspoons in the future.
These spoons are a necessity in every cooks kitchen. I use alot of recipe books and these are essential in helping me get everything just right, beforehand we 'guessed' which was abit hit and miss really. Now i just reach for the correct spoon, and use a knife to skim the ingredients of the top so every amount required is the perfect amount, and our taste buds are thankful for it;) Each spoon can be used on or off the ring. Which makes them simple to clean, use, and best of all when not in use are all kept together so your not hunting through your whole kitchen for the elusive spoon. The colour is of course a classic, you cant go wrong with black. Yet the writing is written on each spoon brightly and more importantly clearly. Combine that with the cheap price and the quality brand name you really cant go wrong.
These are a great set of measuring spoons to any kitchen. They are well made, easy to use, (you can clip them in and out of the main ring easily) have a good rubberised grip and seem to be accurate measurer's. Although I haven't owned any others so it is difficult to compare!! Great price as well so I am very happy.
The Best set of measuring spoons i have ever had and have had several as I Use them all the time, they are easy to keep altogeher on the ring & remove the appropriate one quickly & easily. Would highly recommend this set if like me you use them regularly.
I've had these spoons for about 6 months, and so far so good, they are fulfilling the role that i purchased them for; which is to scoop food out of jars/packets/kilners where i could measure how much I was using.
The metal measuring spoons will usually bend, but so far these plastic ones have been quite solid.
These are strong, sturdy plastic and I like the fact that I can detach them from the ring. They are a bit difficult to get off the ring, but suppose it's better to be like that then to have them falling off the ring easily. Spoons had manufacturing defect - chipped at the sides.
Well-made and much better quality than the Taylor's Eye Witness spoons which I've had to throw away after six months! I expect these will last a little longer! No spoon for measuring a third of a tsp, but one for an eighth which kind of compensates.