I have to say, as superfluous to life as a heated butter spreader is, it would be kind of nice to have a SpreadThat! when I slice off a brick of ice cold Land O'Lakes and then mangle the ever-loving churned bovine secretions out of my piece of toast trying to slather it around. Sometimes even efforts to scoop a hunk of rock-hard butter out of a tub results in an inadvertent catapult effect that does not please my mama. So, is SpreadThat! a necessity? No. But a practical addition to meal time? Well, I mean, I'd use it.
And if the naysayers out there are still rolling their eyes, consider this additional nugget of information: SpreadThat! softens butter to spreadable using no electricity. Its blade's temperature increases courtesy of super-efficient heat conducting technologies that operate on the knife holder's body heat alone. In hand, the SpreadThat! warms up to start softening butter in about 20 seconds.
SpreadThat! is engineered with a non-toxic, food-safe titanium coating, and is safe for use by children. Its creators, the Gixia Group, are past recipients of iF, Red dot, IDEA, and G-Mark awards.
The SpreadThat! is a top Dude Gift for the Kitchen pick.