Biem Butter Sprayer

Mar 7, 2016

Category: Tech

Brace yourself for a butter experience in the kitchen. Brevda, based out of Austin, TX, has provided us with a great alternative to questionable cooking sprays from the grocery store: the Biem Butter Sprayer. The load and spray mechanism allows you to insert a any full stick of butter into the product and use it as a spray in seconds without any chemical or artificial propellants, just heat and air.

You’ll soon find the convenience in buttering toast, veggies, popcorn and even steaks. And since the Biem melts the butter to a burn-free 95 degrees, you won’t have to worry about any waste. Its accelerometer automatically turns itself off before crossing that 95-degree threshold and the stylish silicone front and stainless steel back leaves the sprayer looking fashionable wherever you decide to store it when it’s not buttering your life. Preorder on Kickstarter for $129. [Purchase]

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