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    Soft bread, hard butter? Does this knife really help?

    Meet Jagerspitz, billed as the Elegant Gift Butter Knife. Here's some info from Amazon: This is the gift to get for the person who has everything. Not only does it make easy work of cutting and spreading butter, but it does it creatively. Whether grating, spiral cutting or thinly slicing cubed butter, it all means easier spreading. The knife is fun yet elegant, and your friends and family will love it. The knife comes cradled in a decorative inlay cutout, which is then wrapped in designer paper and a black gift box. (I show the packaging in my video this week.) It's brushed stainless steel construction makes it solid to use and easy to care for (and dishwasher safe). It’s ergonomic design works well for all hand sizes. – And now back to me. I would agree this is well designed and even very nicely packaged. But there is nothing in the box about ways to use it. Maybe that's why it's great to give as a gift. You would have to waste a lot of butter trying to figure out the various ways it works! It got 3.7 starts out of 5 stars from 65 reviewers - I paid $11.50 and it was that price as of 9/11/18

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/fDsvHyAQ-x8  


    Amazon link: https://amzn.to/2x39n8Q  


    See or hear this episode: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1692  (Goes live late 9/14 or 9/15)

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