This Butter Sprayer Is What Dreams Are Made Of
Biēm Butter Sprayer
Your days of destroying a perfectly good piece of toast with butter that is too cold (and other butter struggles) are now over, thanks to biēm Butter Sprayer.
Created by Doug Foreman and his team, the biēm takes a stick of butter and melts just the right amount to spray, according to the product’s Kickstarter page. The Kickstarter, which had an initial goal of raising $42,000, has raised more than $142,000.
The biēm features a patent pending “no clog” nozzle design, and has a smart on/off mechanism that starts working automatically when users pick it up. The spray is cool to the touch, can be stored on the counter or in the refrigerator, and is easy to clean. The biēm does not melt the entire stick of butter all at once, just what you need, and will let users know when to add more butter.
Early backers who have paid $99 or more for biēm Kickstarter packages are expected to receive their biēm in September.
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