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Lighted Tongs

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  • Materials: Food-safe 430-grade stainless steel (the same used in professional kitchens)
  • Care: Dishwasher safe (remove the LED light before washing)
  • LED light integrated into handle
  • Allows you to see what's cooking even in the dark
  • Securely grip food while cooking or serving
  • Locking mechanism for storage
  • 20,000 hour bulb life
  • Includes 2 AA batteries
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 18" x 3" x 2"
  • Weight: 1 lb

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Lighted Tongs

starting at $24.95

Dishwasher-safe tongs with an LED light built into the handle makes grilling a breeze, day and night.
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Colton Knittig

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 LEDs used in this innovative utensil have been precisely tuned to replicate daylight so you can see the true color of the food you’re cooking. Grillight is even dishwasher-safe (just be sure to remove the LED first).

Illuminating, don’t you think?