I really like my pig tail flipper. It's a stem on a handle with a curly cue at the end. One turn of the wrist instantly flips whatever you're cooking. It's particularly useful for flipping thin items like sliced zucchini and the like.
However, they're made of stainless steel and the sharp point can put scratches in non-stick pans very easily.
I've not seen any pig tail flippers made from some material other than steel.
Wouldn't you think some company could make a pig tail flipper to use in non-stick pans?