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Inventions for Market One Click Stick Butter Cutter with Stainless Steel Blade

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  • One click stick butter cutter
  • Made of plastic with stainless steel blade
  • Easily slice cooled butter evenly
  • May be stored in refrigerator for easy use; dishwasher safe
  • A handy holiday table and buffet helper
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  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 8 x 2 inches ; 10.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000Q9YXXK
  • Item model number: 851
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,734 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The one-click butter cutter holds and slices butter into pats with just a squeeze. Easily loads a complete stick of hard butter. Slices can be cut and dispensed with one or two hands. Measures out butter with 4 slices per tablespoon. No mess-no fuss. Keep hands and butter clean. Stores in the refrigerator and is easily cleaned in the dishwasher or in warm water. Designed for use with standard 4.75 inch long-1/4-pound bars of butter. Made of food grade plastic with a stainless steel cutting blade. Make life easier and cleaner by slicing hard butter with the one-click butter cutter.

Customer Reviews

It's easy to load a stick of butter.
Swidgen
It does work and as long as he likes it, well that's all that counts!
CRYSTALEE
I wish I had returned it for a refund.
Laura B.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 66 people found the following review helpful By daggerdragon on August 10, 2012
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This butter cutter is a goofy, gimmicky thing, but believe it or not, it actually does work.

Now, you may be saying "Nothing a knife can't do just as well", right? Yes, but then you have to wash the knife, or use a plastic knife that gets gunky and gross, especially if you live with boys. We're perpetually out of clean knives, usually because they're all in the dishwasher awaiting the next cycle.

I got tired of never having clean knives, so I figured $12 for the butter cutter wouldn't put me too out of sorts if it was as hokey as it looks. However, when it arrived, loading a stick of butter was a painless process. Using the clicking handle to dispense perfectly proportioned slabs of butter for easy spreading is pretty awesome, and I've found that it has lots of uses.

One little pat of butter:
- per bagel half
- in mashed potatoes
- in vegetables and rice
- in the frying pan
- etc

The results are also a big hit when I host fancy dinner parties and everyone has restaurant-style buns and neat, perfectly formed little butter pats artfully arranged. The devil's in the details, after all, and the butter cutter will help you impress your friends.

Previous reviewers have done the hard work for you and me and and I've verified that, indeed, 4 pats = 1 tablespoon of butter. No guessing, no broken bits of butter littering the countertop, no half-opened sticks of butter in the fridge to pick up dirt and smells.

Know what the best part is? Since I got the butter cutter, we've used a lot less butter overall. How's that for health benefits from a seemingly goofy product?
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 22, 2011
Hello!
I was looking for a review of this device because I've had it for some time 2 yrs. approx:. I didn't purchase it here but as a whim buy at a local Tuesday Morning store in Atlants on clearance priced under a Hamilton. I keep mine on the frig. door. I find it handy for making sauces and delivering butter staright to the pan and nice pats for pancakes,waffles or toast. I have given my mother one and she loves it to due to her arthritis flare ups.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Eric Tublin on April 26, 2013
I don't think here's any kitchen gadget in my arsenal that gets the kind of rise the Butter Cutter does among our guests. Mine broke a few weeks ago after three years of heavy use (plastic disc at bottom of the white pusher cracked)--Very reasonable lifespan for a $10 product.

The only negative (for which I'm not marking down to 4* because it could well be my stupidity in action) is that, after not reading and then losing the instructions, there was no easy way to remove the white pusher from the column to start a new stick. On more than one occasion, I had to resort to forcing it up from the bottom, which surely hastened the demise of the little disc. This time around, I'll be sure to actually read the directions.

An earlier reviewer is correct--butter doesn't just drop out of the bottom most of the time, it tends to shoot out about 4" away, even when squeezing slowly. If you're aiming for a piece of toast from a height of, say, 6", you'll probably miss. So the smaller the target, the closer you want to be above it when you cut.

One other operational note: you want to cut the butter while it's cold and make sure the blade and white prong at the bottom are clean. Once there's residue from warm butter on these parts--you won't get a good cut and ejection until they're completely clean. If you get residue on these parts, positioning them under a stream of hot water for a few seconds does the job perfectly. Running hot water down the entire column to remove residue every few sticks also helps keep it running smoothly.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By ScienceTchrMama on April 1, 2012
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We bought the butter cutter about 3 months ago now. I am in love with this little gadget and plan to buy them as easy Christmas presents for my family next year. Each click is 1/4 tbsp so four clicks equals 1 tbsp. My 7 year old and 4 year old can easily use it (no more mess) and we've been able to relegate our butter dish to the china cabinet to save for special occasions. The nice thing is the butter pats are thin enough that even cold from the fridge butter melts quickly on hot toast. Cooking is easier now as well, 4 clicks = 1 tbsp of butter. Using this I quickly realized that I was frequently over estimating how large 1 tbsp of butter is. Our butter sticks last much longer now! I'm not a big fan of numerous kitchen gadgets that only do one job well, but without a doubt this is one of the best I've bought in awhile so I can forgive the fact that it only slices butter.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Melanie Nelms on January 23, 2012
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I have tried several of these butter cutters and this one is the best! Note that it uses the long cubes of butter, not the short fats ones. Land Of Lakes is the only brand we have here in Missoula Montana that are the correct size for this cutter. Half sticks are fine as you just insert two.

It is so easy to use but if your butter is hard, of course it's harder to press and cut the butter. I'm not that strong in my hands but I can work it fine. Let it sit out for a bit and as the butter softens, the easier it is to cut...don't let it sit out too long as you might have a mess on your hands....

I love that I can just click a pat into the skillet to cook an egg, or click to add to a recipe. So easy! I just love it! I would recommend to all my cooking friends!
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