Butter Wizard

by Mike

Butter Wizard
Certain things in the kitchen benefit from some good technology, you know, like the coffee pot and toaster, but the butter dish is one thing I never would’ve thought needed a chip stuck into it. Judging by the existence of the Butter Wizard, I guess I was wrong.

Butter, at least in my house, is kept in the fridge. Whenever you want to use some, you generally take it out, give it a few seconds in the microwave, and it’s good to go. I never thought that was a lot of work, but the Butter Wizard aims to help me be a little lazier. It’s self described as a temperature controlled butter dish. Any stick of butter you put into the Wizard will be kept at the temperature of your choosing so that when you finally go to butter that toast, you’ll be all set. Whenever plugged in, the wizard will charge itself up for when there’s no outlet around, then it can provide about 2 hours of perfect butter for your enjoyment. I’m serious, that’s pretty much everything the Butter Wizard does. Oh, almost forgot, it’s dishwasher safe too. That’s always important.

For those with their credit cards already out, make sure you’re ready to pay £42 for the UK version or $60 for the US version (something to do with the plugs I guess). Never knew butter was that expensive, did you? You probably have your credit cards put away, but I forgot to mention, you can also get the Butter Wizard with a “cow spots” finish.

Product Page – [via GizWizBiz]

6 reviews or comments

Richardj Says: January 4, 2007 at 7:41 am

Why Don’t you just leave it out it will last a long time and you’ll use it up before it goes bad.

Carmen Says: May 6, 2007 at 5:03 pm

I can’t even remember to charge my cell phone, I doubt I’d ever remember to charge a butter dish.

Michael Preyer Says: September 18, 2009 at 5:52 pm

The butter wizard is a great product WHEN IT WORKS. I know, because I’ve had two of them. After several months, the first one started running extremely hot, then quit working. I thought it was a fluke, so I bought another one. Unfortunately, that began running very hot a few months later then abruptly died.

The Butter Wizard is a superb idea that needs improved reliability. Until then, I cannot recommend it.

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