Original web offer details & such: $19.99 + $7.50 processing and handling Includes: one skewer “system,” and a cook book. Bonus: Smart Skewer Blade - $7.50 “separate” processing and handling Sales tax: CA & NJ Guarantee: 30 day money back guarantee, less S&H Notes: Basic shipping: FED EX Smart Post within 30 days of order processing. Basic Returns: part of guarantee. Use CS number (see below) to contact them.
Picture this: when it comes to grilling, skewers are those delicate touches to a fine dining experience. Infinity pool, cabana, hot tub, warm weather, and incredible drinks all become tarnished if someone messes up the kabobs. Unlike other grilling experiences, when it comes to kabobs, one can spectacularly mess it up in many numerous ways, more than making asymmetrical grill lines. Miss on a green pepper and it slides down into the flame. Then the onion can be hit by two sides of the meat. Or, worse, a red pepper and meat. Then everything is ruined. Just throw the margarita out now. It might as well be raining.
One has to practices when it comes to such a delicate art form. So, when it comes to Smart Skewers, we wonder: does it allow for such precision?
Let’s turn up the heat and find out...
From what we’ve seen and read, the Smart Skewer tries to make a process of the delicate culinary art. it provides a block to place in the ingredients, and symmetrical lines to cut through - using their handy-dandy “blade”, and holes at the top to poke the sticks through. The result is supposed to be perfectly manifested delights, ready for open flame - or
I can’t believe I’m going to say this
, frying pan, or bake pan...
According to smartskewers.com, Smart Skewers claim the following features and benefits:
- Makes 25 perfect kabobs in minutes
- Decreases cooking prep time
- Creates a full meal on a stick
- Fewer dishes to clean up
- Cooks evenly because they are the same size
- Dishwasher Safe
- Collapsible design stores easily in any drawer
Order Process: It’s a basic one-step checkout order. Remember, once you click the “Process Order” button, you bought it. Then you’ll get hit with some upsells. You can check out that that point, but the original order is still coming. And an email receipt (if that doesn’t happen, let us know). Product Performance: Note: There’s a UK version of the product. Here’s the video to see for yourself:
Make sure you know which one you’re looking at when you’re conducting your research.
Otherwise it’s pretty early in the product life cycle. We’re checking the traditional sites. We did find some cool shish kabob ideas on Pinterest and a steel shish kabob set on HomeDepot.com , but nothing that tries to stream line the best part - placing the food on the skewers. TipJunkie.com as well . No field reports...yet.
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Expect to be hungry. I mean, like really hungry. Seriously. It’s midnight as I write this and all I want to do is grill. But we expect to hear complaints where folks have trouble making anything with vegetables on it. We suspect that unless those skewers can penetrate and stick in stucco when thrown from 10 feet, they’re going to have a hard time pushing through the vegetables without squishing things below it.
Then again, we might be too smart for our own good. We can’t wait to hear more.
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