Matfer Exoglass Pelton Spatula
Buy together and get Matfer Spatula for $10 (Discount applied at checkout)
The Best Nonstick-Safe Spatula
Metal spatulas are great for flipping food in—or transferring food from—metal cookware and bakeware. But when we’re using nonstick cookware, we prefer to use spatulas made from nylon, silicone, or other nonmetal materials because they’re gentler and less likely to scratch nonstick surfaces.
Matfer Bourgeat Exoglass Pelton Spatula
WINNER - RECOMMENDED
Our former favorite triumphed again. Made from a resin/fiberglass composite, this fish spatula had a relatively thin, smooth head that was long, narrow, and provided ample room for picking up food. Its straight, moderate-length handle brought our hands close to the action and was fairly comfortable to grip, if a little slicker than we preferred. Just don’t leave it on a hot pan—it melted at 450 degrees.
We maintain strict objectivity in all testing.*
EASE OF USE ★★½
KEY: GOOD ★★★ FAIR ★★ POOR ★
Material: Exoglass (resin/fiberglass composite)
Handle Length: 5.5 in
Melting Point: 450 degrees
Head Thickness: 1.8 mm
Average Head Surface Area: 13.5 sq in
Item Number: ATKMS
Item Weight: .1 pounds
How We Tested Nonstick-Safe Spatulas
It had been a while since we last tested nonstick-safe spatulas, and we wanted to know how our previous favorite, the Matfer Bourgeat Exoglass Pelton Spatula, measured up against newer models. So we bought eight models, priced from about $7.00 to about $25.00, including our previous favorite, and used them in a variety of nonstick cookware to flip and transfer eggs, pancakes, salmon steaks, sole fillets, and veggie burgers.
- Thin head made of resin/fiberglass composite or nylon
- Long, narrow head
- Moderately long handle sticking straight out from head
SAVE MORE WITH TODAY'S DEAL
Add on the Matfer Exoglass Synthetic Spatula to any Matfer Bourgeat order.
when you buy today alongside any Matfer item.
Discounts Applied in Cart
- Matfer Carbon Steel Skillets$55.00
* OBJECTIVITY FIRST, LAST, AND ALWAYS.
America’s Test Kitchen does not accept advertising and conducts equipment tests without the knowledge of product manufacturers. Exclusive equipment offers are sourced only after the test results have been published in our magazines and on our websites.