The Peanut Butter Pump
Peanut butter that's unspreadable, or tears apart my sammich bread / crumbles my cracker during application isn't that big of a problem in my life. I mostly eat it by the spoonful, or pointer fingerful, out of the jar. But I guess if you're a more proper mannered peanut butterholic, constantly struggling to transfer the thick, sticky paste from where it is in the jar to where you want it on your food, a Peanut Butter Pump could be a welcome lifehack to your PB-eating days.
The Peanut Butter Pump uses a sliding airlock mechanism to round up and dispense "a perfect pump" of spread every time. The airlock creates suction so that with each pump of exiting PB, you'll also move the Peanut Butter Pump downward in the jar, scraping along its sides to maintain a consistent flow and gather every last drop, plus clean the jar along the way.
The Peanut Butter Pump will come with 2 nozzles: a ribbon nozzle for sandwiches and topping, say, brownies and hamburgers; and a stream nozzle for dispensing PB tubes onto snacks, into smoothies, and into measuring cups for recipes.
Peanut Butter Pump mechanisms will fit over almost any existing 40-ounce peanut butter jar. replacing their lid. They will pump both creamy and crunchy peanut butter, and almond butter too, but only the kinds that arrive stabilized - oil separated nut butters will resist the PBP's charms.