Everyone who has held the Smashula prototype in their hands has had the same reaction - "Wow." That's because this bespoke spatula is impressive to say the least. It weighs in at around 1 pound, which is over a half-pound more than the heaviest spatula of its dimensions on the market. It is handmade in Brooklyn, NY from 12 gauge stainless steel. Its rounded handle makes gripping easier and the edges of Smashula are as sharp as a knife. Smashula measures 11.75 inches long with a 4.25 Inch blade width.
This spatula has one basic purpose - to effectively and easily press balls of ground beef in a 'smash' style on a griddle or flattop, a process that goes back to the dawn of burger history. Whether you've smashed thousands of burgers, or only 5 this week, you know how important a stiff one can be.
Only 11 Smashulas have been fabricated, each one by hand by master craftsmen. And each Smashula is etched with a unique serial number and your name and shipped in a custom-made red velvet pouch. It immediately becomes an heirloom to pass on to generations of burger lovers. This is more than just another spatula.
Be one of the first to own this incredible kitchen tool. The next run of Smashulas will be based on the response to this first, limited run. Regardless, future runs will likely be limited to a series of 12.
Smashula is the only burger spatula you will ever need when smashing burgers. George Motz makes thousands of burgers a year at events around the world and it has transformed the way he works.
Smashula is the brainchild of America's Hamburger Expert George Motz and Chef William Shear and is the result of many hours of design and testing.
The Fine Print -
Due to the personalized nature of Smashula, except in the event of manufacturer defect, all sales are final. Production time is around 4 weeks.
Orders are limited to 1 Smashula per customer for the initial rollout, even though the quantity window allows you to purchase multiple Smashulas. If you do purchase more than 1 we will refund your order. In the future (beyond the initial 11 offered) you will be able to purchase as many as you need. Thanks for understanding. And for now no international orders will be shipped. US sales only.
[note - the Smashula pictured is the prototype model, owned by George Motz. The beveled edge on your Smashula will be slightly steeper. See factory photos for reference]