This Weber spatula is made from stainless steel, is about 19” long, give or take the hanging loop. It has a soft touch plastic handle, and a long head with three slots. The whole flat plain of the head is tapered so the leading tip is thin enough to fit under the meat. The handle itself has an extra bend in it to allow reach over the edge of deeper grills.
Personally, I’ve never had an issue with using a normal Weber turner on most grills, so I’m not convinced the extra bend in the handle has any use, although it might be an advantage when using particularly deep grills. The best feature of this barbecue spatula is the design of the head, which tapers to a thin edge, rather than being shaped only at the tip. This makes sliding the spatula under food very easy, even if it’s got stuck. It’s also long and quite wide, which makes confident handling of larger burgers and steaks quick and easy.
What I didn’t like was the way the handle is attached to the head, which is by using a tang pushed into the plastic. This creates a weak point, and sooner or later the two are going to part company, probably when loaded with meat. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t flimsy, nor going to fall apart after a few uses, but there are better designs out there, and frankly I expected better from a Weber BBQ spatula. Weber have probably used this design to save metal, and it shows. As soon as you pick it up you can tell it’s lighter than other models.
Another issue is the after BBQ clean up. Weber themselves don’t recommend putting their items in the dishwasher, but say they should be washed by hand. I know some people do put then on the top shelf of the dishwasher, but if the manufacturer doesn’t say it’s safe, then I wouldn’t do it.
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