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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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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.
Top Customer Reviews
I was really bummed because a few sticks into it the cutter started straining a little, no big deal. A few more sticks and butter kept building up in the little nook and making the slices stick. Still okay. a couple months in the thing became almost unusable and I was so upset and I considered throwing it out. But then I thought "OMG WASH THE DAMN THING"
So I stuck it in the dishwasher and VOILA. PERFECT AGAIN. HOORAY FOR EVERYONE, BUT ESPECIALLY ME!
Slice thickness is dictated by a maximum gap between a plastic "pin" at the bottom and where the metal slicer cuts through the stick of butter. At the top of the stick of butter is a push unit that ratchets down with each squeeze. Butter is sticky when cold and does not move uniformly between slices. Each slice is a random thickness. Secondly the first few slices sliced cleanly and fell out the base and onto the bread or other surface. Since then the slices don't quite shave all the way through and the pats have to be shaken free.
I won't be putting this on the table for guests but may use it to preslice pats onto a serving dish.
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.
The instructions were very clear and easy to follow. After washing and drying it, simply remove the top, shake the cutter out of the dispenser. Insert a stick of butter and replace the cutter (making sure to pay attention to the marking to know which way it goes) and replace the top. That's it - it's ready to go.
There is a nice rubberized stopper for the bottom for storage.
It fits nicely in the fridge and is ready to use at any time.