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I received the following spatula and I want to buy another one, but I can't find it. Does anyone recognize the company?

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  • Inox 18/0 is a grade of steel, not a brand. Could you post a picture of the actual spatula? – GdD Mar 23 '18 at 13:37
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    @GdD I guess the owl(?) could be an indicator. – Stephie Mar 23 '18 at 15:23
  • I tried with the owl, but doesn't appear on google. – Alex Mar 23 '18 at 16:47
  • Yes, I know that inox 18/0 is a grade of steel. I didn't know what is the owl. – Alex Mar 23 '18 at 16:47
  • "Inox" is typical of European manufacturers; standing for " not oxidizable" meaning stainless steel . – blacksmith37 Mar 29 '18 at 1:17
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I think the answer is right there. It is an INOX spatula. This one has the same ridges on the handle.

http://www.100x100chef.com/index.php/eng/shop/collection-retail/inox-retail2/retail-plating-spatula-detail.html

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    INOX isn't a brand. – Catija Mar 28 '18 at 21:30
  • INOX is a pseudo-brand used on all kind of stainless steel items. 18/0 means 18% chromium, 0% nickel. The brand on the item on that website is actually "100% Chef". The one you have might too be from "100% chef", or something by the same OEM maker sold to a different label. – rackandboneman Mar 28 '18 at 21:36
  • @Catija : yes it is : inoxkitchenware.com . There are a few others, though, too. But this does look like the spatula in the picture – Joe Mar 28 '18 at 21:37
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    @Joe that's not a brand. That's a generic site that specializes in products made from inox... I found no items on that site that have that logo. The items that do have logos say "Cuisinox". – Catija Mar 28 '18 at 21:44
  • The 18/0 is odd . There is an 18 Cr ferritic stainless ( SAE 430) but this would be a strange application. A magnet could decide ; if magnetic it likely is 18 Cr . If non-magnetic , it is likely 18-8 or 18-10. – blacksmith37 Mar 29 '18 at 1:37

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