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SpreadThat! Heated Butter Knife

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The revolutionary SpreadTHAT! is the answer to an annoying household problem – hardened butter from the refrigerator. The lightweight knife is the first self-warming butter knife to work without electricity, it features a cutting-edge design and is made from highly efficient thermal conductive titanium to transmit heat from your hand to the blade of the knife, making spreading hard butter a breeze.

Your Butter Spreading Troubles Are Over

Most people keep their butter refrigerated, which is great for preserving it, but not so great for spreading it. Instead of the butter spreading evenly over toast or bagels, it stays in one spot, stubbornly clinging to the bread, ripping it in its efforts to stay put. For those who like toast, it’s rather annoying. To combat that, people often take the butter out of the refrigerator and let it warm to room temperature. Of course, the trouble with that is the constant change in temperature from cold to room temperature back to cold again isn’t good for the food. The kind folks over at That! understand the trouble most people go through, and they created the SpreadTHAT! butter knife.

The Details

The butter knife is a heated butter knife which only heats the butter you want to use for that sitting. No more gambling with food safety issues just to get an easy spread over your toast. It has a titanium shell that is dishwasher safe, so it’s long-lasting and easy to clean. One of the best parts about the knife is that it doesn’t require batteries, and it doesn’t use electricity. The knife’s technology captures your body heat as you hold the knife, and transfers it to the knife’s edge, making it easy to slice through butter and other cold spreads. The even better news is that it works with solids, too. You can also cut through cheese and ice if you were so inclined.

Where to buy
SpreadThat! Heated Butter Knife

The revolutionary SpreadTHAT! is the answer to an annoying household problem - hardened butter from the refrigerator.

$19.99

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