New Star Foodservice 43068 Wood Handle Fish Spatula, 6.5" Blade, Silver
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- Quality brushed stainless steel blade
- Solid smooth wooden handle securely riveted with three stainless steel rivets
- Edged-end for functional cutting during cooking
- Commercial grade for heavy and long durable grilling
- Sizes: Overal 11-Inch L X 3-Inch W, Blade 6.5-Inch
Size: 6.5-Inch Fish Spatula
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I highly recommend both. If flexibility or you have really small hands then maybe the Winco is your choice. I think most people will prefer the stiffer blade and wider handle. But at this price you could by both.
I've had this for awhile and used it at least three dozen times and it still looks great. I hand wash it in hot soapy water, though a couple times another family member ran it though the dishwasher and it emerged fine. I don't think it would be a problem for the metal, it's quality and not a hint of rust, ever, but dishwashers are always too harsh on anything wooden, IMO.
I don't have an enormous kitchen, so I like to stick to the essentials and for me this has become an essential. Some reviewers get hung up on the construction of this vs others (how many bolts are in it etc) but I don't really care about all of that. It gets the job done and it's only a couple of bucks. I've been throwing it in the dishwasher for months, and haven't noticed any issues at all either. Seems quite sturdy.