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Whether you're in the backyard grilling or at your favorite campsite, you can have all the light you need to cook as easily as if you were in your kitchen with this handy spatula that features a built-in LED light.

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Posted by Grubby Hands from Lola, KS

Wow! What a godsend. This beats my old system of taping a heavy maglite to a spatula, which makes the spatula super unwieldy. I don't know how many times I've dropped that sucker on my foot. Ouch! This Grilllight... it's amazing. I hope to one day own one. Been living in a cave since the recession. Best thing that's ever happened to me.

Age: 31-35

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Posted by NightGriller from Batesville, AR

Like most people, I used to use thermo goggles while grilling in pitch black, and those were great because you got to see temperature of the meat. Unfortunately, after a very unpleasant cuckolding incident that I already detailed in my review of the Great Pyramid of Giza Table (item KY-4022), I have vowed never to wear them again. With this flashlight spatula, the sky is once again the limit.

Age: 46-50

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Posted by Always Hungry from Waterloo, IA

Fellow nightgriller checking in. I've got a man's appetite, and nothing satisfies me more than scarfing down 3-4 juicy brats before bed. I don't have electricity anymore (I'll pay my electric bill when the electric company admits they've been covering up working fission reactor tech since 1979). This is a great tool in my arsenal and saves me from constantly having to taste test hot meat to check if it's done or not. Now I can just look and get a good idea.

Age: 26-30

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Posted by Woodsman from Smithfield, ME

Pros: I can see the meat, even in total darkness or fog.

Cons: Have to leave camp to steal batteries, sometimes catch a glimpse of my reflection in spatula and recoil at the terrible thing I've become. Very difficult to receive packages at my current location.

Age: 56-60

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Posted by ZeroDarkHungry from St Albans, VT

I've made myself sick from eating undercooked and sometimes raw hamburger, chicken and pork, and all because I can't see if the meat is done in total darkness. This spatula is a miracle, and saves me the difficult trouble of straining my eyes to see if meat is done by moonlight alone.

Age: 26-30

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Posted by WhoMe? from Canton, OH

Was super relieved to learn this was dishwasher safe. I don't own a dishwasher, but I tend to do the dishes while I bathe/shower. The light is helpful because I can get a better visual on some of the harder to see cracks and crevices. The spatula surface is also nice, because it helps "part the seas," so to speak. I'm sure it'll come in handy when I get a grill as well.

Age: 41-45

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Posted by The Meat Man from Klamath Falls, OR

Got mine the other day. Immediately packed up my rig and drove 180 miles outside of town. Found a nice fire road and followed it as far as she would take me. Beautiful night. Strong tree cover meant total darkness. I couldn't see anything. I was balling meat in pitch blackness, hoping for the best. Then I busted this bad boy out. Sure enough, it lit up and I could see the meat. Great! It worked. I sat in the back of my car and finished off 4 delicious 80/20 hamburgers, then drove home. Perfect night out.

Age: 31-35

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Posted by ShadowGrill from Bowbells, ND

Some of us prefer not to see the meat. If we were meant to see in the dark, we would have raccoon eyes. Nice try, idiots.

Age: 51-55

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Posted by MeatRanger from Coolin, ID

Not worth the risk. I'm sure they designers of this product had the best of intentions, and I commend them for that, but with a light like this you risk revealing your location. Better to stick with NVGs or hone your zero-light grilling instincts than invite any undue scrutiny or trouble. I will not be buying this product today... not ever.

Age: 31-35

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