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That! Inventions ScoopTHAT! Ice Cream Scoop - Black

That Inventions ScoopTHAT Ice Cream Scoop - Black KIS-A201A

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  • World's first thermo-ring heated scooping edges
  • Teflon insulated and non-stick scooping bowl keeps ice cream frozen
  • Biodegradable liquid transfers heat from the handle
  • Fish bone fins in see-through handle is a functional work of wart
  • No electricity or batteries required

Sale Price: $19.95


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That! Inventions ScoopTHAT! Ice Cream Scoop - Black

Say hello to the easiest and fastest ice cream scoop in the world. Gone are the days of having to immerse the scoop in hot water or having to slowly scrape from the top of a frozen block of ice cream. This wonderful innovation is the first thermo-ring heated ice cream scoop that uses revolutionary heat transfer principles to draw heat from a non-electric and self-replenishing biodegradable reservoir. It's never been so easy to get the perfect scoop of ice cream!

About That! Inventions

Having unfettered access to some of the most advanced materials development and neo-manfuacturing techniques that supply companies like Apple Computers has led an inspiring group of designers and engineers to create some never before heard of kitchen-wares that once seemed possible only in fantasies. That! products are designed by the Gixia Group, winner of 101 international awards and 8 Gold Awards from the iF, Red dot, IDEA and G-Mark. Ranked 76th in the iF top 100 (circa 2014), the Gixia Group is the world's top independent product design company by iF ranking.

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