Scooping up a bowl of ice cream from a tub is easy enough. Provided the ice cream isn’t frozen hard as a rock when you pull it out of the freezer, that is. What to do when that’s the case? Pull out ScoopTHAT, a novel ice cream scoop that lets you easily dig up a serving into the most rock-solid frozen treats.
Similar to the THAT Inventions’ SpreadTHAT butter knife, the scoop features heated edges that allow it to soften the ice cream upon contact, so you can dig in with the same ease you would when the ice cream’s already a little soft. No more slicing the frozen ice cream, digging in by tiny chunks, or pushing in with intense force – just scoop it up in one swift motion and you’re done.
ScoopTHAT uses the same heat transfer technology as SpreadTHAT, too, taking the natural heat from your hand into the handle, then sending it to the scoop’s edges, so there are no batteries necessary to keep it functioning. Aside from the heated edges, it features an insulated and non-stick main chamber, so the heat will not melt any part of the ice cream before you transfer it to a waffle bowl, all while quickly falling straight into a bowl as soon as you turn it over (no elbow grease necessary). Construction is food-grade aluminum alloy for the scoop, with the handle covered in polypropylene. It measures 6.69 x 2.17 x 1.3 inches.
Available now, ScoopTHAT is priced at $19.95.