They asked me to do a review and i didn’t received the item. Seller contacted and i was told that they will send me another one. In fact i received in three days after. It was exactly what i wanted,good material,pretty and good size for the sugar cubes. In the end the only problem it was the delivery.
Arrived promptly is as described.
Grunwerg Windsor Carded Stainless Steel Sugar Tong, Mirror, 12 x 6 x 2 cm
- These stylish tongs are ideal for manipulating and dispensing sugar cubes
- With a high-shine mirror finish, these tongs look great in any dining table setting
- Made from high quality stainless steel with a highly polished mirror finish
- Dishwasher safe. A perfect match to other tableware from the Windsor range
- Fully guaranteed against manufacturing defects
Very pleased with my purchase.
Looks very expensive, looked good on the table.
Perfect for what was required. Now no more sugarary mess left all over worktops after husband makes coffee.
Grunwerg Windsor Carded Stainless Steel Sugar Tong, Mirror, 12 x 6 x 2 cm : The delivery time from order of this product was very good. The tongs were ideal as the sugar bowl we have is quite deep and these tongs get every piece of sugar out without any bother.
It’s a bit cheap looking and hard to hold, it need to be more flexible i hope with time it might loosen up.
Great handy size, perfect for sugar cubes or ice cubes.
I was looking for a functional pair of sugar tongs and found these. They are great for the price and it means that i don’t have to have a bowl of loose sugar for the few people in my house who like sugar in tea/coffee. They arrived quickly and well packaged.
Simple design and easy to use. They are easy to clean without any fiddly bits and are so useful to stop customers dipping fingers into the sugar cubes in our coffee shop.
Value for money and very sturdy ideal for my tea room and vintage rental buisness, aswell as adding that vintage effect to any afternoon tea.
Good for picking up sugar lumps and picking the right size ones out of the bowl without touching them all. Probably not too good for arthritic hands and they need a bit of strength in the fingers.