|Model Name||4-Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Scoops|
|Mounting Hardware||4 large measuring spoons|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||MPC4|
|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 7.11 x 3.81 cm; 422 Grams|
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Lindy's 4-Piece Stainless Steel Scoops Measuring Spoons, 9 inches long, Silver
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- Measure right out of the bag or canister
- Removable ring with a hanging slot in each handle
- Scoop measurements of 1/8 c, 1/4 c, 1/3 c, 1/2 c
- Large, but stores easily
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Lindy's Measuring Scoops are made of extra heavy duty solid stainless steel. The sturdy handles will not bend under everyday use.
The long handles are great for reaching into bags of flour or other dry goods.
4 Measuring Scoops
Scoops come in 4 common measuring amounts: 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup, 1/8 cup.
Nestable and Durable
These nestable heavy duty stainless steel scoops will last a lifetime.
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I did the fill and sweep method with sugar (as flour can compact) . I started with the 1/2 cup, measured out 2 into a 2 cup measuring cup, but the contents only equaled 7 oz. So I tried the 1/3 cup and carefully measured 3, and again got 7 oz... so I poured that contents into a one cup measuring cup just in case the larger one I was using was the source of the error... but the one cup also filled only to 7 oz. So I tried the 1/4 cup... measured out 4, and that was also off, though perhaps not quite as much. I didn't bother with the 1/8 cup measure.
I am SO disappointed. It is such a wonderful idea as so many measuring cups have hard corners and it's easy for contents to get kind of stuck. If I were just using them to scoop things like dried beans and it didn't really matter if things were exact, that might have worked, as they have a good weight and overall size, and the nice long handles make them very easy to use!
But, I was hoping for something that I could use to measure out ingredients for baking, and they are too far inaccurate for that use. Too bad.
The 1/8 cup spoon should hold 6 tsp., but it actually holds only about 4 tsp.
The 1/4 cup spoon should hold 12 tsp., but it actually holds only about 10 tsp.
The 1/3 cup spoon should hold 16 tsp., but it actually holds only about 14 tsp.
The 1/2 cup spoon should hold 24 tsp., but it actually holds only about 20 tsp.
The finish of the spoons is not as smooth as I would expect. I was afraid of scratching my fingers on the spoon bowl edges, and one of the bowls even showed signs of having been scratched with a tool. The actual shapes of the bowls were a little bit irregular, almost as though dented, but not quite to that extent. It was more like they just weren't formed uniformly in the first place.
The spoons are heavy, so they would seem to be durable.
Reviewed in the United States on 6 May 2019