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July 24, 2007

Happi-Helper: 'Whip, beat, turn, mix, blend, chop, drain, strain, cut, serve, remove frost in your freezer — even scrapes paint!'

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A blast from the past — more precisely, July 30, 2006.

At the time it was $1.49.

Still not a bad deal at twice the price, what?

From the website:

Happi-Helper

This multipurpose kitchen tool looks like a slotted spatula with a sharpened edge.

But here's what it can do (take a deep breath): whip, beat, scrape, turn, mix, blend, chop, drain, strain, cut, and serve brownies and cakes, remove frost in your freezer — even scrapes paint.

Stainless steel.

Beveled edges.

9"L.

$2.99.

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Note added June 25, 2007 at 8:17 p.m.: My crack research team — paid a ginormous amount of money (not to mention perks like use of the bookofjoe company jet, stock options, et al.) to drill down and find the very best price for items that make their way here — failed yet again.

It took a helpful link, just in, from Michael Lien, president of Remote Control Technology Inc. — who no doubt has a million and one better things to do than stuff like this — to learn that the item has apparently just been reduced to fly out of the warehouse at last year's sweet $1.49.

At that price you could do like Michael did and buy a bunch to give away to people who think they have everything.

July 24, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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Except for the cutting and scraping part, that's why my most used kitchen tool is whatever fork is handy.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Jul 24, 2007 10:14:43 AM

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