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Automatic Pot Stirrer

Prevents burning, and frees up your hands · Heat-resistant · Three stirring speeds

This automatic pot stirrer saves time, prevents burning, and frees up your hands. With the push of a button, its dishwasher-safe, food-grade nylon legs—heat-resistant up to 248° Fahrenheit—evenly rotate around your pot or pan. Select from three speeds for the perfect prep of sauce, soup, oatmeal, gravy and more.

  • Instructions: Press the button to activate. Press again to increase the stirring speed (3 speeds available). One final press will switch device off
  • Heat-resistant up to 248° Fahrenheit
  • Features three stirring speeds
  • Motor has five year warranty
  • Safe to use on non-stick
  • Red Dot Award Winner
  • Please note: Batteries are not included. Never leave device unattended. Not a toy, keep out of reach of children


Device legs and motor unit, requires 4 AA batteries (not included)


9" x 5" diameter


0.28 lb


Food grade nylon legs, PP (Polypropylene) body


Legs are dishwasher safe. Wipe the body clean as necessary



Üutensil was whipped up by Gavin Reay, an award-winning industrial designer. By taking a new look at everyday kitchen items, he’s driven to optimize familiar tools into upgraded essentials. The Stirr tackles the time-consuming tasks of stovetop stirring. By incorporating automatic rotating action—in three selectable speeds—it prevents burning and frees up your hands to take on other food prep steps. The food-grade nylon legs are dishwasher-safe and heat resistant up to 248° Fahrenheit. Just turn it on, and you’re set to make a perfect pot or pan of sauce, soup, oatmeal, or gravy—without lifting another finger.