The struggle of trying to spread ice-cold butter is a thing of the past with the cleverly designed Warburtons Toastie Knife. The UK-based baking company has created a portable heated butter knife to tackle this age-old problem.
Anyone who has tried to slice into a slab of butter fresh from the fridge knows that this can be next to impossible. The modified utensil operates on two AA batteries, which allow the tip of the knife to heat up to a steady 41.8 degrees celsius. The knife reaches the optimal temperature in just 30 seconds, meaning you can start spreading even before your toast gets golden brown.
While the Warburtons Toastie Knife remains a prototype, it is safe to say many morning risers would jump at the opportunity to test this baby out.
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