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Heat Resistant Eggmitt Glove

£26.00
Key information

This comfy glove is made from heat-resistant fibre, with silicone pads for extra grip. With it, you'll withstand temperatures of up to 246˚C. Features an extra-long wrist for safety, plus it's reversible if you're left handed.

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Delivery & Returns
SOTO GARDENS EDITS AND COLLECTIONS: Soto hand delivers within 3-5 working days to Greater London and the Home Counties. Please get in touch if you live outside these areas. Delivery is free for all orders over £50. For orders under £50, we charge £6. If you would like your order delivered after this period, please let us know when you’d like to take receipt in the delivery notes. Please see our delivery and returns page for more information. BIG GREEN EGG: Big Green Egg products are delivered by the Big Green Egg in accordance with their T&C’s. RONNY COLBIE bouquets are available for next-day National delivery, via our delivery partners DPD, Tuesday – Sunday. Delivery is £8.99 for weekday and £12.99 for weekend delivery. To request a specific delivery date, just let us know by leaving a note in your order and a member of the team will confirm. Please see our Guest delivery page for more information. Please contact Soto if you’ve any questions.
Top Tip

The EGG can self-clean or ‘carbon clean’.  Fire it up as normal and get it to 300˚C. Let it burn for a good 15-20 minutes and it'll clean itself like a self-cleaning oven

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Big Green EGG

Owning a Big Green EGG can be a lifestyle. The patented ceramics mean alfresco cooking is an activity that can be enjoyed all year round. It takes minutes to heat up meaning mid-week meals can be as delicious as weekend feasts. A Big Green EGG is for those who have a passion for the finer things in life.


The Big Green EGG story began in the 1970’s but the technology has ancient routes. Founder Ed Fischer first discovered kamado style cookers during World War 2 when posted in Asia and was impressed by the flavour these cookers created. Later, in the 1970’s when looking to diversify his pin ball machine business for the summer months, he started to import Japanese kamados. Striving for excellence he developed his own cooker using contemporary production techniques and materials. Partly due to the ceramics, which use technology developed by NASA, these ancient, traditional clay ovens were further developed into special, fully fledged outdoor cookers. 

The current generation of Big Green Eggs is the result of a combination of ancient wisdom and innovative technology.

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