Got when I was doing 5 gallon extract boils. Worked great, no flex like with plastic, who wants plastic anyway for the cost. I sill use it now that I am doing 10 gallon full grain. You cannot go wrong with a SS Spoon. Besides you can't fight crime with a macaroni duck.
Stainless steel can be easily sanitized and cleaned. Rugged and perfect for use in stainless kettles, etc. Good value, as it both stirs and mixes. Handle is bare metal and can get a little hot if left in the kettle, but otherwise perfect.
I originally got a plastic spoon due to price, but after just a couple batches, the bottom of the sppon was all scratched up and deformed (most likely the heat was warping it). Then I decided to get this metal one, and it is awesome. The only upgrade would be if the spoon was a little deeper to hold more liquid. Right now, it only holds about a teaspoon. Also great for getting extract out of cans/bottles.
It's a good spoon. Stainless = better than plastic. Only beefs are that the edges are sharp so I took a file to them; and the price sticker was backed with some kind of super glue which needed a nasty solvent to remove entirely.
As a homebrewer I can be lazy from time to time. I left this product outside all night after a brew day. It was pretty nasty chemo found it the next day. I dipped it in my keg that already had PBW in it. It cleaned up with no hassle. I've had it for over a year and it looks band new.