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Heat Conducting Ice Cream Scoop

Scoop That II is a clever solution to an annoying problem - scooping rock hard ice cream. Using thermodynamics to transfer heat to the edges (Biodegradable liquid transfers heat from the handle to the scoop head), this ice scoop cuts through ice cream like butter thanks to itīs sharper blade and warming handle. No electricity, batteries, or hot water required! The award winning design also features a special coating in the scooping bowl that keeps the ice cream from melting, and a see-through handle that make it a functional work of art.

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