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Witmer Company Peanut Butter Mixer, Model 100

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Model 100
  • Easy to use; molded plastic knob
  • No splashing of peanut oil
  • Lid 0f 3 inches diameter
  • Easy to clean
  • Made in USA
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Product Details

Design: Model 100
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000A3I3BA
  • Item model number: 3214
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (287 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,200 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Design: Model 100

This innovative, new, award-winning device will easily stir non-hydrogenated peanut butter in its original container without splashing oil. It does a perfect job of mixing with almost no effort and almost no cleaning. The mixing rod conveniently cleans itself upon removal from the jar! It comes out spotless. Really!! Enjoy natural, organic peanut butter without the mess or strain of mixing. An award-winning invention

Customer Reviews

It makes mixing natural peanut butter quick, easy and mess free.
Robert C.
Buy it, it's worth the money over having to stir over and over again!!
Tom
I am going to get one for my sister and I know she will love it too.
Kitty7

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

662 of 671 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Z. Rukaj on December 9, 2009
Pattern Name: Model 100 Verified Purchase
I read most of the reviews (especially the negative ones) about this product before purchasing and knew of the possibility that this particular model may not fit the brand of natural PB my wife likes (16 oz Natural Organic PB from Trader Joe's in a plastic jar). I decided to get it because there was a decent chance it would fit. Without opening the package, I could tell it wouldn't fit. This could have easily been avoided if the specs were included in the product details.

Anyone purchasing this or similar models should know that there are 6 DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM:

#100 -- crank mixer for 16 oz jar with 77mm lid
#200 -- twist knob mixer for 16 oz reduced fat jar with 77mm lid
#300 -- crank mixer for 16 oz jar with 70mm lid
#400 -- crank mixer for 26 oz jar with 83mm lid
#500 -- twist knob mixer for 26 oz jar with 83mm lid
#600 -- twist knob mixer for 36 oz jar with 99mm lid

The product considered in this review refers to Model #100. Those of you who want it to fit on the Trader Joe's PB that I mentioned earlier will need to get Model #300.

As I said in the subject, this product looks like a great idea, but the marketing lacks an important fact (which I find unnecessarily deceptive) so I am giving it a sub-par rating. It does NOT take much effort to list these very important specs that would help people buy precisely what they need, especially when this info is contained on the back of the product itself.

I found the #300 model on another site and am purchasing it separately. I'm also returning the one I got here.

If you're going to get this product, pull out a ruler or measuring tape and measure your lid to ensure you get the right fitting model. Thanks for reading.
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104 of 107 people found the following review helpful By J. Leigh VINE VOICE on January 1, 2006
Pattern Name: Model 100
REMEMBER THE OLD WAY OF STIRRING PEANUT BUTTER?

I think you've all experienced trying to stir a fresh jar of viscous separated peanut butter before. You stick a knife in and stir and stir and stir. In about a minute your hand starts to cramp so you try to use more of your arm. That's when you get clumsy and the oil starts to spill over the sides. The jar gets slippery making it difficult to grab onto its side; plus you've left a mess on the countertop. 10 minutes later you're still stuck with big clumps of peanut and a pool of sludge on the top.

THE NEW WAY:

This gadget eliminates the mess and gets the job done in about 5 minutes.

SOME TIPS:

- Place the jar on a oven mit when stirring so that it doesn't slip.

- After the peanut butter is mixed (and of course after you've taken the stirrer+lid out) just store it in the fridge to prevent separation. To use the peanut butter just nuke in microwave (without the lid of course) for about 30 seconds.

- If you typically buy the larger peanut butter jars, go to Witmer's web site and order the larger stirrer. The deluxe kit comes with lids of both sizes.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Robert C. on March 22, 2007
Pattern Name: Model 100 Verified Purchase
I use this with 16oz jars of Stop & Shop Natural Peanut Butter - it fits them perfectly. I would think that it would fit most standard 16oz jars of peanut butter. It works exactly as described. It makes mixing natural peanut butter quick, easy and mess free. It's very easy to use! Cleanup is also easy... I was shocked, but it does actually clean the rod almost pefectly when you remove it from the lid. There's also a thin, removable, plastic inner lid which is a breeze to clean. Do be sure to lube the mixing rod with either peanut oil or olive oil prior to use, as per the instructions.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By My Five Cents Worth (inflation) on March 3, 2011
Pattern Name: Model 100
Oh my gosh! I found this in the mark down bin at Henry's Market. I almost took it back later thinking it would not work but decided to try it on a rubbery looking 16 oz. jar of Trader Joe's Raw Crunchy Almond Butter. I could not believe how easy it was to set up and was amazed when the stir stick came out of the rubber gasket part with not a speck of almond butter on it! Pulled the plastic liner out of the top of the lid, washed it all with a little hot soapy water and it was done. The almond butter was perfectly mixed, no more large rubbery looking lumps in there. This would make a great gift item for all your favorite "naturalists".

Another tip my mama taught me. Before you open your jar of natural peanut butter or almond butter the first time, turn it upside down on the counter for a day. All the oil will then go to the "top" which will then be the "bottom" when you turn the jar right side up. This is how I use to keep the oil from spilling before I found this fantastic device. It is easier to stir the oil up from the bottom than it is to stir in down into the butter from the top!
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By stinhoutx VINE VOICE on March 31, 2007
Pattern Name: Model 100 Verified Purchase
Unless you are buying your peanut butter fresh ground in the little plastic tubs or some smaller brand, you probably get one of the Smucker's/Laura Scudder's jar from your super market. This fits those perfectly and greatly simplifies/enhances the mixing experience. It does a much better job than I had with a butter knife or a plastic chopstick, not to mention the mess it avoids. I would even say it made the peanut butter taste better since the consistency throughout the jar was more even from the mixing. To store and protect the device, I just saved one of the empty jars and keep it on there in the cupboard. That way, too, my wife will remember what it's for and not toss it in the next garage sale. ;-)
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