The lid lifter does a good job for my medium size iron skillet lid. But it is expensive, and might be considered a little overkill for some people. A simpler lid lifer might be easier to store also.... Show More. It does sit nicely on the skillet while you are cooking so that you don't have to find a place to set it aside while cooking. And it doesn't seem to heat up noticeably. It is a nice lid lifter. I bought it to give to a friend and did not want to spend that much money; but I am the one who uses it...
Simplify the way you create your favorite Dutch oven dinners. The Dutch Oven Lid Lifter is easy to use and easy to handle making it the perfect tool for lifting a cast iron lid full of hot coals. This 9 inch lid lifter will become a great aid when Dutch oven cooking.
- Molded handle for easy grip
- Dimensions: 4.3" wide x 9.1" long
- Weight: 2 lbs.
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