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Maker Story

Guiding Light

Grilled to perfection doesn’t happen by chance. It requires careful watch, attention to detail . . . and light.

The founder of Grillight, Colton Knittig, wasn’t an inventor by trade. He was just a guy who liked to BBQ and got tired of holding a spatula in one hand and a flashlight in the other. One dark night while grilling, Colton had a lightbulb moment to create a spatula and flashlight in one.

Grillight incorporates high power LED lighting into a restaurant grade stainless steel frame spatula designed to point light exactly where you need—directly on your food. And, unlike other grill lights that cast a bluish hue, the 200 Lumen LED Light features Ideal Illumination™ technology used in this innovative utensil has been precisely tuned to replicate daylight so you can see the true color of the food you’re cooking. Illuminating, don’t you think?

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Discovered 4/16/2014

Maker Story

Guiding Light

Grilled to perfection doesn’t happen by chance. It requires careful watch, attention to detail . . . and light.

The founder of Grillight, Colton Knittig, wasn’t an inventor by trade. He was just a guy who liked to BBQ and got tired of holding a spatula in one hand and a flashlight in the other. One dark night while grilling, Colton had a lightbulb moment to create a spatula and flashlight in one.

Grillight incorporates high power LED lighting into a restaurant grade stainless steel frame spatula designed to point light exactly where you need—directly on your food. And, unlike other grill lights that cast a bluish hue, the 200 Lumen LED Light features Ideal Illumination™ technology used in this innovative utensil has been precisely tuned to replicate daylight so you can see the true color of the food you’re cooking. Illuminating, don’t you think?