The Elevate range of kitchen tools are designed to improve hygiene and minimise the mess made by placing mucky utensils onto kitchen surfaces.
An innovative weighted handle with an integrated tool rest ensures that when an Elevate utensil is placed down, the head is always raised off the work surface. The Elevate range is comprised of 6 essential tools, available as a boxed gift set.
- The Elevate range comprises of 6 essential tools.
- Tool heads heat resistant up to 240°C
- Ideal for non-stick cookware
- Ergonomic soft grip handle
- Dishwasher safe
The Elevate Tool Set comes in mix of colours, not one single colour.
What customers say
A review from food writer Andy Fenner (a.k.a JamieWho):
"Look, you might not think a spatula can be sexy. But it can. And when I opened the box of Joseph Joseph tools from Yuppiechef, I didnt know whether I should cook something with them or lick them. I wont tell you which one I did first…
The big design feature in this range is the elevated head of each tool. Basically, what this ensures is that when you lay one of them down the head is lifted up off your work surface. A raised head guys. Like a cobra. Raised head = no mess. Its pretty awesome. At first I thought this was a bit "gimmicky" but you would be amazed at how useful it actually is. When I first started using the range I was constantly balancing them on my pots as I normally do. It took a while for me to realize I could just put them down wherever I wanted. In a nerdy way it was kind of liberating. I thought about putting them down all over the house just for fun.
The range consists of six instruments: A slotted spatula, a thin spatula, a spaghetti server, a solid spoon, a slotted spoon and a ladle.
The thin spatula was probably my favourite, the shape lending itself perfectly to shallow-frying delicate fish. The ladle came in handy as I made the transition into winter cooking, and was large enough for stocks, soups and stews. A little tip here: use it when poaching eggs. Break the egg into the ladle and gently lower it into your water. The shape of the egg will hold beautifully. The solid spoon was also a hit for me and I used it for stir-fries and roasting vegetables. I used the slotted spatula virtually every day and the spaghetti server came in handy when roasting large cuts of meat. (No, not really. I'm kidding. It came in handy when I was serving spaghetti.)
As well as the elevated head, the tools all have comfortable, funky grips and arent too bulky. They are dishwasher-proof and can be bought individually or as a set.
On the scorecard, they get 8/10 for aesthetics, 8/10 for functionality and 7/10 for value-for-money.