Ice cream too hard? No more

Ice cream too hard? No more


We’ve probably all experienced that struggle, that anguish – you go to eat your ice cream only to discover it’s still frozen solid and your spoon can only make pathetic little dents in it. The folks at Lemnos Co could not let this injustice go unaddressed, and have invented a special spoon to do the job.

Under the unassuming brand name “15.0%” – coming from the fact that ice cream has 15% or higher fat content - the aluminum of this spoon utilizes the heat from your hand to promptly melt the ice cream and solve the problem of it not being in your mouth.

The spoon’s designer may have had some traumatic ice cream-related experiences that moved him to take action. “You can’t eat it when it’s frozen solid. But if you wait, you might wait too long and it turns into liquid. All this frustration, all this calculating. It had to stop somewhere!”

Price: 3,150 yen


  • 0


    At least the oil industry won't keep this off the market.

  • 4


    Price: 3,150 yen

    per dozen? :))

  • 2


    I just put mine for a few seconds in the microwave et voila, problem solved.

  • 7


    1st World problems

  • 0


    the aluminum of this spoon utilizes the heat from your hand

    So I'll try directly with my hands. Thanks, but no thanks.

  • 3


    ...or just let it sit for a few minutes and it softens up enough to eat properly...just saved 3,150 yen!

  • 0


    3000 Yen for a friggin ice-cream spoon??? Crazy.

  • 0


    I prefer my ice cream hard and chewy, not soft.

  • 1


    "the problem of it not being in your mouth"


  • -1


    absolutely stupid idea

  • -1


    Brilliant. Does anybody know where to buy. I have looked on Amazon and Rakuten and had no success.

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    Eduardo Gonzalez

    What a waste...mine didn't occur dents as you

  • 2


    What's next? Water that is too wet?

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    Set a coffee cup full of hot water on the table and dip in your spoon before you dig into the ice cream and you'll get the same effect, and save 3,150 yen.

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    Frank Vaughn

    In America I believe it was the circus master P. T. Barnum who is quoted as saying that there is a sucker born every minute. More than $30(US) for a spoon to eat ice cream!?!?!? That company is definitely going after Mr. Barnum's suckers :-)

  • 0


    Shoulda called it "top 1.5%" - that's the demographic they're after.

  • 0

    like all japan innovations, no in global market for years or never. lost money. may be will need Japanese Innovation Fair in Frankfurt each year.

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    Aluminum has a thermal conductivity of 237 W/mK , whereas copper is 401 W/mK. Should have done some research.

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    You put metal in the microwave oven???

    Not the best of ideas...

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