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The Cuisinart TriTip Grill Tool Set does more than you'd ever expect two tools to do. These tools are constructed of durable stainless steel that goes all the way through the ergonomic plastic handles. The TriTip Spatula has a large surface with a bottle opener and a clever cutting edge. The TriTip Locking Tongs feature a precision point grip, perforations for straining, and a scalloped/firm toothed edge. Why waste space with more tools than you need? This TriTip tool set was built for a variety of uses and it was built to last.


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More Essential Grilling Tools from Cuisinart A super-light, portable tabletop grill that assembles in minutes, and weighs only 2 lbs. Space-saving size fits neatly into the trunk of a compact car. Tools for adding flavor and moisture to meats so that they turn out succulent and juicy, and tools for helping you manage foods in a smoker or on the grill. Super bright lights that can be directed to where they're needed most when grilling in darkness or low light. Adjustable clamp keeps light securely in place. Takes the guesswork out of determining when meats are fully cooked. The transmitter and receiver have back-lit displays with large, easy to read numbers.

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