Silicone Hot Handle Holder

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Sku: ASHH11

A great piece of cast iron cookware gets hot. Everywhere. These colorful silicone hot handle holders keep your hands safe in style.

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Kat Christianson commented on 17-Aug-2013 10:59 AM4 out of 5 stars
I got 2 of these for my iron skillets .. and even though I cook on low or medium heat with these (gas stove top) by the end of cooking (maybe 20-ish minutes), they are too hot to handle. I think what a previous commentator stated that slipping them on as needed is best to lift or move, and not leaving them on during the whole cooking process. By All Means only for the stove top - it even stated this in the description and on the tags DO NOT USE IN OVEN or NOT FOR USE IN OVEN. I had old cloth and one suede handle holders that just got too old and worn out. This is my first time using the silicone ones. I agree they seem kind of loose on the handle and aren't quite as snug as I'd like. I too feel like they rotate around the handle a little too much, especially on my big skillet when I'm pouring out the last of the drippings over our meal ... yumm! But I'll never complain about my iron cookware!! I'm a loyalist to the end. I hope my strength holds out as I get older. Or I just cook with a bunch of mini skillets when I'm 80! LOL
Anonymous commented on 15-Aug-2013 05:54 PM2 out of 5 stars
I just purchased two of these and am considering returning them. My first experience was making pancakes (on the stovetop) and the holder got VERY uncomfortably warm. This was never a problem with the fabric one that I was replacing. It seems that these are not meant to be left on while cooking, which makes them rather pointless, and trying to wiggle one on and off of a hot pan would be aggravating and dangerous. A lousy item.
LCV commented on 14-May-2013 04:45 PM4 out of 5 stars
I would like it if these fit on a little tighter. They kinda make me nervous when I pick up the pan and it wiggles around a bit. Other than that, they are great because I like to be able to move my pans and pick them up when I am cooking and not have to look for a pot holder.
Of course they are for use on the stove top.
Anonymous commented on 25-Dec-2012 10:08 AM3 out of 5 stars
I don't think the design is intended to cook with these handles on. You slip them on when you need to hold the handle only so they are not hot
Brad L commented on 13-Dec-2012 01:35 AM5 out of 5 stars
No crap Thomas Rogers, you put anything in a 450 F oven, you are not going to be able to touch it. Do you leave your oven mitts in the oven with your pans? No, you only use them when you are ready to pull an item out.

These are great on the stovetop and eliminate the need for a mitt or towel to pick up a hot skillet.
Steve Wilson commented on 12-Dec-2012 10:49 AM5 out of 5 stars
The previous reviewer is VERY dim! Please delete their review. Of course these are for stovetop use NOT for putting inside the oven! Anything you put in an oven will get hot and if you're putting something in the oven by definition you aren't keeping hold of it. Sheesh what a moron! These handle holders are for holding the handles while cooking on the stovetop or moving hot pans around. They are perfect for the task and are named appropriately. Because they are silicone their heat resistance is not reduced if they get wet unlike the textile versions. 5 stars easily
Ken Slaughter commented on 07-Dec-2012 02:59 AM5 out of 5 stars
If you put something into a 450° oven, be it cast iron, silicone, or a rubber duck, sooner or later it will become, you know, 450°. When you place the skillet into the oven, remove the handle before you close the oven door. When you want to remove the skillet, put the handle back on. Works great. On skillets where the handle is too tight to slip on easily, then an oven mitt or a silicone pot holder works well.
Thomas Rogers commented on 10-Nov-2012 06:09 AM1 out of 5 stars
If I could give this product less than 1 star I would. It may be dishwasher safe but it is not oven safe. If you use it to cook cornbread in a 450* oven do not touch it , use an oven mitt or you will be burned. I found this out the hard way. These are only functional for stovetop use.

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