Recipe for Success

Get It Right is on a mission to solve common kitchen problems—for good. When it comes to cooking, the right equipment can make all the difference. Tired of metal handles that were too hot to hold and wooden handles that warped in the dishwasher, designer Samantha Rose first tackled the spatula. Her unibody design was a big improvement, with nowhere for food to get stuck or bacteria to grow. Made of pharmaceutical-grade silicone, Get It Right’s tools and gadgets are heat resistant, dishwasher safe, and durable. Perfectly flip a pancake with spatulas that stay cool. Seal up a bowl or pan with reusable, flexible lids that work from fridge to microwave to stove. Mix a sturdy dough or delicate sauce with ease. Your culinary complications are about to meet their match.

Get It Right

Ultimate Kitchen Tools

Recipe for Success

Get It Right is on a mission to solve common kitchen problems—for good. When it comes to cooking, the right equipment can make all the difference. Tired of metal handles that were too hot to hold and wooden handles that warped in the dishwasher, designer Samantha Rose first tackled the spatula. Her unibody design was a big improvement, with nowhere for food to get stuck or bacteria to grow. Made of pharmaceutical-grade silicone, Get It Right’s tools and gadgets are heat resistant, dishwasher safe, and durable. Perfectly flip a pancake with spatulas that stay cool. Seal up a bowl or pan with reusable, flexible lids that work from fridge to microwave to stove. Mix a sturdy dough or delicate sauce with ease. Your culinary complications are about to meet their match.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Samantha
    Samantha

    Hi there! I'm Sam, the founder of GIR. So glad to have our Mini, Skinny, Ultimate, and Pro spatulas here on The Grommet. These unibody silicone tools were my answer to spatulas that kept breaking, staining, melting, or coming apart. They are built to last a lifetime in the kitchen; their single-piece design makes them super strong and very easy to clean. They're also totally dishwasher safe, heat resistant, antimicrobial, and BPA-free. Look forward to answering your questions!

  • jane
    jane
    2/5/2014 12:31 PM

    They look very nice, but appear to be somewhat stiff for manipulating inside a jar or scraping the bottom of a bowl in the video. I realize that initial production costs are high, but $22 - 26 for a spatula is very steep!

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:55 PM

    @jane We spent a lot of time figuring out the idea stiffness for each size. I think you'll be pleased -- the Mini and Skinny are a bit more flexible because those are the "inside of a jar" workhorses. Their blades will fold over to a 90° angle so that you can scrape everything out with ease. The Ultimate is a bit more stiff, since it's more often used for the bigger jobs and needs to be strong enough to stand up to thick batters. The Pro is right in between. By virtue of its size, it'll stand up to almost anything. It's also wonderful for folding meringues or other delicate mixes. But once you apply strong pressure, it'll give enough to conform right to the side of a bowl or pot so that you can get every last bit out. Hope that helps illuminate the differences a bit! See below for a bit about pricing and our lifetime guarantee -- assuming you like using them, you'll never need to buy another spatula again. Unless you're looking for stocking stuffers ;)

  • Leslie
    Leslie
    2/5/2014 12:40 PM

    Great spatulas. But $16+ after shipping is too steep for an 8 inch. I think the pricing on these needs to be modified. There are lots of similar products on the market at a more reasonable price. I know "you get what you pay for" but these are too expensive for what they deliver.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:50 PM

    @Leslie I know it feels expensive - you're absolutely right, they're at the top of the line, so to speak. A couple thoughts for you: Every GIR spatula comes with a 100% lifetime guarantee. If you break it, cut it on a blender blade, or just feel like it isn't "itself" anymore, we'll replace it for you. So, while you might be spending quite a bit on these tools, the quality shines through immediately -- and you're essentially spending $16 on a spatula that will last a lifetime (or reincarnate!)

  • Doug
    Doug
    2/5/2014 12:44 PM

    Sam, a suggestion: I suspect I'm not alone in wishing there was a 'sideways spatch' -- sort of snow shovel-shaped. 'Perfect for rolling omelets, flipping burgers or performing any of a number of other tasks.

    If you design (and produce) one, please email me at [email protected]

    Doug Harris

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:46 PM

    @Doug Thanks Doug! I'll shoot you a message. We're working on a Flip right now, which might be exactly what you're looking for. It'll be the best flipper ever (at least, that's the idea!) Launching in May, and we'd love to have it be a Grommet.

  • Guest
    Guest
    2/5/2014 2:04 PM

    @Samantha Where is the left-handed, or uni-hand, version? I can't help but notice that these are all for righties. (sigh)

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 5:00 PM

    @Guest They're actually all uni-handed! Exactly the same, lefty or righty :)

  • Guest
    Guest
    2/5/2014 12:46 PM

    I bought a double headed spatula by Betty Crocker at "DEALS" for $1.00 yes that's right $1.00 I didn't think it was going to be that good so I only bought one.... When I went back I bought 3 more they are awesome.....

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 12:58 PM

    Hi All,

    Amy from The Grommet here. Thanks for your comments. While the price may be higher on these, we feel their worth their weight in gold for lifetime spatulas. They're heat proof up to 464 degrees, meaning no melted spatulas when you're cooking at high temps. Their solid construction is one piece so nothing will come apart and they hold up against stains, dishwashers and anything else you throw at them.

  • jeff
    jeff
    2/5/2014 2:35 PM

    @Amy rEALLY NOT PRICED FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS BUDGET. I BOUGHT A VERY NICE ONE AT MARSHALLS FOR $4 .. 7 YEARS AGO AND IT IS STILL WORKING. YOUR ARE NICE THOUGH AND I LIKE THE RED ALOT.

  • Kirstine
    Kirstine
    2/5/2014 1:21 PM

    Totally wish there was different color options!

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:44 PM

    @Kirstine We'll talk to the Grommet Team about this one! They come in over a dozen colors, so I'm sure there's one that would be just right for you :)

  • Kefford
    Kefford
    2/5/2014 1:26 PM

    Would you consider making a package so that I can buy 1 of each in a set. I would consider buying multiple sets as gifts. Just curious

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:45 PM

    @Kefford This is one for The Grommet Team, too! Great idea :)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 3:01 PM

    Hi Kefford,

    For those who are interested in a set option, you can pick any three or more (any size and any color) and receive 5% off."

  • Olinda
    Olinda
    2/5/2014 1:26 PM

    I have a spatula that I love. I have spent years looking on line and in stores for this style. I bought a bunch of them about twenty years ago. It is the right size and flexible and sanitary spatula, because it does not get sticky when you don't use it for awhile and you do not have old food in the connection pocket, I have ever owned. It is a single like yours. Email me at [email protected] and I would like to share this with you.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:42 PM

    @Olinda

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:43 PM

    @Samantha Thanks for sharing! We'll shoot you a message - would love to see your favorite tool.

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra
    2/5/2014 1:35 PM

    Where are these made? I do not purchase anything from China that is in contact with my food. Thank you.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:42 PM

    @Alexandra Hi there! Sam from GIR here. While they are indeed made in China, we were able to work with a wonderful factory that practices sustainable manufacturing with ec0-friendly materials. They're completely FDA and LFGB approved, and no harsh chemicals are used at any point in the supply chain. I completely respect your decision, whatever it may be, but wanted to put your mind at rest!

  • Mark
    Mark
    2/5/2014 1:45 PM

    Hi Sam.....looks like a cool product. Where are your spatula's made? Many of us on Grommet are committed to US made products only.

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 1:53 PM

    Hi Mark,

    Scan just above. Samantha commented on this question.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 2:35 PM

    @Amy We're working on moving manufacturing over to the US, but our experience has actually been incredible - our overseas partners have been nothing but hardworking, honest, and absolutely committed to quality. We'll keep everyone in the loop, though!

  • Sidney
    Sidney
    2/5/2014 1:50 PM

    I do agree with most of the comments. I think it's great looking but there's quite a few brands out there that are also dishwasher safe, heat resistant, etc, etc, etc. And cost less. And they come in different colors.

    I do think that $14.50 and shipping is asking a lot. I know we're all trying to make money, but it the price was at $9.99, I'd be more incline to purchase it.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 2:37 PM

    @Sidney Thanks for the input! These are manufactured in small batches, super quality-controlled, and backed by GIR's lifetime guarantee... all factors that add up to a slightly higher price tag but really make them worth the investment.

  • Drew
    Drew
    2/5/2014 3:52 PM

    I love to cook and am excited to try these out. I also find this thread of comments interesting. Everyone seems to like the product, but several folks want it to be lower priced, while others insist it must be made in the U.S. I think it highlights the conundrum Samantha and other thoughtful entrepreneurs face. My sense is she and her team have struck the right balance--sensitive to the product's design, quality, and efficacy, but also its price and the manufacturing conditions. That is about all I can ask.

  • William E.
    William E.
    2/5/2014 6:13 PM

    With regard to the comments about the pricing. I am in agreement with the attitude that the price looks high but would like to introduce the topic of quality. I draw your attention to Cutco products. I have knifes (12 or more) that are as old as 60 years and as new as 15 years. The only one that I have ever replaced was when my father drove over it! The only knifes that I have are Cutco. Initial price high, quality high, use high and replaced for any reason (except the car incident :-) none. These spatulas appear to be in the same category. When you purchase a cheap tools you have the opportunity of purchasing another one real soon! And as any workman (or lady) will tell you, that the job is done correctly and easily only when you have the proper and quality tool. From what I can tell by this product is that they will correct the small problems I have with the wooden set (bacteria, staining and ease of cleaning), the molded set (heat, especially the dishwasher distorts them) and others (rubber is deteriorating). So as someone made the comment, you get what you pay for and in some instances (not this one however), you pay and pay and pay. :-)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 8:10 PM

    Hi William,

    I want to thank and applaud you for your gracious and supportive comments here. This is why we are so proud to call you and similar minds a member of our Grommet community.

  • Bethany
    Bethany
    2/5/2014 8:49 PM

    These look like great spatulas! I am not intimidated by the price - I agree with you that you get what you pay for. My current favorite spatulas are ones from Le Crueset (sp?). They are silicone with wooden handles. I frequently have to remove the handles & clean down inside the head. One of them has also been cut a few times, from cleaning out a tin can or two. I am glad to know that those issues would not be problems with yours. My question is this: How stain-resistant are they? Mine tend to get stained with tomato products during canning season. Just an aesthetic issue, but I'm curious. Thanks!

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/7/2014 1:52 PM

    @Bethany Thank you very much! They are VERY stain-resistant; the non-porous material will rinse off surface stains immediately, and anything more stubborn will come off with soapwater or a dishwasher cycle. In addition to starting with high-quality colorfast silicone, we did some "at home" testing which included simmering the spatulas in tomato sauce and curry for 10 hours! They came out looking good as new after a dishwasher cycle. In fact, the one that I've been using as "my own" for about 2 years looks the same as it did on the first day I got it :) Hope that helps!

  • Linda
    Linda
    2/7/2014 12:50 PM

    http://www.dollartree.com/catalog/alt_image_popup.jsp?entityId=310331&entityType=product&isAlt=false&index=0

    This is a similar spatula that can be bought for $1 at any Dollar Tree. It is fantastic with both sizes in one tool.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Get It Right

Ultimate Kitchen Tools

Recipe for Success

Get It Right is on a mission to solve common kitchen problems—for good. When it comes to cooking, the right equipment can make all the difference.

Tired of metal handles that were too hot to hold and wooden handles that warped in the dishwasher, designer Samantha Rose first tackled the spatula. Her unibody design was a big
improvement, with nowhere for food to get stuck or bacteria to grow.

Made of pharmaceutical-grade silicone, Get It Right’s tools and gadgets are heat resistant, dishwasher safe, and durable. Perfectly flip a pancake with spatulas that stay cool. Seal up a bowl or pan with reusable, flexible lids that work from fridge to microwave to stove. Mix a sturdy dough or delicate sauce with ease.

Your culinary complications are about to meet their match.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Samantha
    Samantha

    Hi there! I'm Sam, the founder of GIR. So glad to have our Mini, Skinny, Ultimate, and Pro spatulas here on The Grommet. These unibody silicone tools were my answer to spatulas that kept breaking, staining, melting, or coming apart. They are built to last a lifetime in the kitchen; their single-piece design makes them super strong and very easy to clean. They're also totally dishwasher safe, heat resistant, antimicrobial, and BPA-free. Look forward to answering your questions!

  • jane
    jane
    2/5/2014 12:31 PM

    They look very nice, but appear to be somewhat stiff for manipulating inside a jar or scraping the bottom of a bowl in the video. I realize that initial production costs are high, but $22 - 26 for a spatula is very steep!

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:55 PM

    @jane We spent a lot of time figuring out the idea stiffness for each size. I think you'll be pleased -- the Mini and Skinny are a bit more flexible because those are the "inside of a jar" workhorses. Their blades will fold over to a 90° angle so that you can scrape everything out with ease. The Ultimate is a bit more stiff, since it's more often used for the bigger jobs and needs to be strong enough to stand up to thick batters. The Pro is right in between. By virtue of its size, it'll stand up to almost anything. It's also wonderful for folding meringues or other delicate mixes. But once you apply strong pressure, it'll give enough to conform right to the side of a bowl or pot so that you can get every last bit out. Hope that helps illuminate the differences a bit! See below for a bit about pricing and our lifetime guarantee -- assuming you like using them, you'll never need to buy another spatula again. Unless you're looking for stocking stuffers ;)

  • Leslie
    Leslie
    2/5/2014 12:40 PM

    Great spatulas. But $16+ after shipping is too steep for an 8 inch. I think the pricing on these needs to be modified. There are lots of similar products on the market at a more reasonable price. I know "you get what you pay for" but these are too expensive for what they deliver.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:50 PM

    @Leslie I know it feels expensive - you're absolutely right, they're at the top of the line, so to speak. A couple thoughts for you: Every GIR spatula comes with a 100% lifetime guarantee. If you break it, cut it on a blender blade, or just feel like it isn't "itself" anymore, we'll replace it for you. So, while you might be spending quite a bit on these tools, the quality shines through immediately -- and you're essentially spending $16 on a spatula that will last a lifetime (or reincarnate!)

  • Doug
    Doug
    2/5/2014 12:44 PM

    Sam, a suggestion: I suspect I'm not alone in wishing there was a 'sideways spatch' -- sort of snow shovel-shaped. 'Perfect for rolling omelets, flipping burgers or performing any of a number of other tasks.

    If you design (and produce) one, please email me at [email protected]

    Doug Harris

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:46 PM

    @Doug Thanks Doug! I'll shoot you a message. We're working on a Flip right now, which might be exactly what you're looking for. It'll be the best flipper ever (at least, that's the idea!) Launching in May, and we'd love to have it be a Grommet.

  • Guest
    Guest
    2/5/2014 2:04 PM

    @Samantha Where is the left-handed, or uni-hand, version? I can't help but notice that these are all for righties. (sigh)

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 5:00 PM

    @Guest They're actually all uni-handed! Exactly the same, lefty or righty :)

  • Guest
    Guest
    2/5/2014 12:46 PM

    I bought a double headed spatula by Betty Crocker at "DEALS" for $1.00 yes that's right $1.00 I didn't think it was going to be that good so I only bought one.... When I went back I bought 3 more they are awesome.....

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 12:58 PM

    Hi All,

    Amy from The Grommet here. Thanks for your comments. While the price may be higher on these, we feel their worth their weight in gold for lifetime spatulas. They're heat proof up to 464 degrees, meaning no melted spatulas when you're cooking at high temps. Their solid construction is one piece so nothing will come apart and they hold up against stains, dishwashers and anything else you throw at them.

  • jeff
    jeff
    2/5/2014 2:35 PM

    @Amy rEALLY NOT PRICED FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS BUDGET. I BOUGHT A VERY NICE ONE AT MARSHALLS FOR $4 .. 7 YEARS AGO AND IT IS STILL WORKING. YOUR ARE NICE THOUGH AND I LIKE THE RED ALOT.

  • Kirstine
    Kirstine
    2/5/2014 1:21 PM

    Totally wish there was different color options!

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:44 PM

    @Kirstine We'll talk to the Grommet Team about this one! They come in over a dozen colors, so I'm sure there's one that would be just right for you :)

  • Kefford
    Kefford
    2/5/2014 1:26 PM

    Would you consider making a package so that I can buy 1 of each in a set. I would consider buying multiple sets as gifts. Just curious

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:45 PM

    @Kefford This is one for The Grommet Team, too! Great idea :)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 3:01 PM

    Hi Kefford,

    For those who are interested in a set option, you can pick any three or more (any size and any color) and receive 5% off."

  • Olinda
    Olinda
    2/5/2014 1:26 PM

    I have a spatula that I love. I have spent years looking on line and in stores for this style. I bought a bunch of them about twenty years ago. It is the right size and flexible and sanitary spatula, because it does not get sticky when you don't use it for awhile and you do not have old food in the connection pocket, I have ever owned. It is a single like yours. Email me at [email protected] and I would like to share this with you.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:42 PM

    @Olinda

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:43 PM

    @Samantha Thanks for sharing! We'll shoot you a message - would love to see your favorite tool.

  • Alexandra
    Alexandra
    2/5/2014 1:35 PM

    Where are these made? I do not purchase anything from China that is in contact with my food. Thank you.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 1:42 PM

    @Alexandra Hi there! Sam from GIR here. While they are indeed made in China, we were able to work with a wonderful factory that practices sustainable manufacturing with ec0-friendly materials. They're completely FDA and LFGB approved, and no harsh chemicals are used at any point in the supply chain. I completely respect your decision, whatever it may be, but wanted to put your mind at rest!

  • Mark
    Mark
    2/5/2014 1:45 PM

    Hi Sam.....looks like a cool product. Where are your spatula's made? Many of us on Grommet are committed to US made products only.

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 1:53 PM

    Hi Mark,

    Scan just above. Samantha commented on this question.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 2:35 PM

    @Amy We're working on moving manufacturing over to the US, but our experience has actually been incredible - our overseas partners have been nothing but hardworking, honest, and absolutely committed to quality. We'll keep everyone in the loop, though!

  • Sidney
    Sidney
    2/5/2014 1:50 PM

    I do agree with most of the comments. I think it's great looking but there's quite a few brands out there that are also dishwasher safe, heat resistant, etc, etc, etc. And cost less. And they come in different colors.

    I do think that $14.50 and shipping is asking a lot. I know we're all trying to make money, but it the price was at $9.99, I'd be more incline to purchase it.

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/5/2014 2:37 PM

    @Sidney Thanks for the input! These are manufactured in small batches, super quality-controlled, and backed by GIR's lifetime guarantee... all factors that add up to a slightly higher price tag but really make them worth the investment.

  • Drew
    Drew
    2/5/2014 3:52 PM

    I love to cook and am excited to try these out. I also find this thread of comments interesting. Everyone seems to like the product, but several folks want it to be lower priced, while others insist it must be made in the U.S. I think it highlights the conundrum Samantha and other thoughtful entrepreneurs face. My sense is she and her team have struck the right balance--sensitive to the product's design, quality, and efficacy, but also its price and the manufacturing conditions. That is about all I can ask.

  • William E.
    William E.
    2/5/2014 6:13 PM

    With regard to the comments about the pricing. I am in agreement with the attitude that the price looks high but would like to introduce the topic of quality. I draw your attention to Cutco products. I have knifes (12 or more) that are as old as 60 years and as new as 15 years. The only one that I have ever replaced was when my father drove over it! The only knifes that I have are Cutco. Initial price high, quality high, use high and replaced for any reason (except the car incident :-) none. These spatulas appear to be in the same category. When you purchase a cheap tools you have the opportunity of purchasing another one real soon! And as any workman (or lady) will tell you, that the job is done correctly and easily only when you have the proper and quality tool. From what I can tell by this product is that they will correct the small problems I have with the wooden set (bacteria, staining and ease of cleaning), the molded set (heat, especially the dishwasher distorts them) and others (rubber is deteriorating). So as someone made the comment, you get what you pay for and in some instances (not this one however), you pay and pay and pay. :-)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    2/5/2014 8:10 PM

    Hi William,

    I want to thank and applaud you for your gracious and supportive comments here. This is why we are so proud to call you and similar minds a member of our Grommet community.

  • Bethany
    Bethany
    2/5/2014 8:49 PM

    These look like great spatulas! I am not intimidated by the price - I agree with you that you get what you pay for. My current favorite spatulas are ones from Le Crueset (sp?). They are silicone with wooden handles. I frequently have to remove the handles & clean down inside the head. One of them has also been cut a few times, from cleaning out a tin can or two. I am glad to know that those issues would not be problems with yours. My question is this: How stain-resistant are they? Mine tend to get stained with tomato products during canning season. Just an aesthetic issue, but I'm curious. Thanks!

  • Samantha
    Samantha – Special Guest
    2/7/2014 1:52 PM

    @Bethany Thank you very much! They are VERY stain-resistant; the non-porous material will rinse off surface stains immediately, and anything more stubborn will come off with soapwater or a dishwasher cycle. In addition to starting with high-quality colorfast silicone, we did some "at home" testing which included simmering the spatulas in tomato sauce and curry for 10 hours! They came out looking good as new after a dishwasher cycle. In fact, the one that I've been using as "my own" for about 2 years looks the same as it did on the first day I got it :) Hope that helps!

  • Linda
    Linda
    2/7/2014 12:50 PM

    http://www.dollartree.com/catalog/alt_image_popup.jsp?entityId=310331&entityType=product&isAlt=false&index=0

    This is a similar spatula that can be bought for $1 at any Dollar Tree. It is fantastic with both sizes in one tool.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.