Jiffy Scoop Self Defrosting Ice Cream Scoop Commercial


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The As Seen On TV Blog presents the official TV commercial for the Jiffy Scoop Self Defrosting Ice Cream Scoop.

What are YOUR thoughts about the Jiffy Scoop? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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35 comments on “Jiffy Scoop Self Defrosting Ice Cream Scoop Commercial
  1. Gabe Roid says:

    RITAS!

  2. fecth13 says:

    At 0:08, who in the world uses a knife to get the ice cream out?

  3. Clara McKee says:

    1:09 LOL at the spoon . thats epic

  4. HTFsplendid says:

    not a bad idea

  5. tonyantonio2 says:

    too bad stupid advertising ruins it

  6. datinamou says:

    Those kids don’t need more ice cream…

  7. ScherzodeLeon says:

    you could just run a regular scoop under hot water

  8. mrmrzoozila says:

    Good product. Terrible add

  9. spiderman4112003 says:

    or you could microwave for 10-20 seconds

  10. NoWhereman4444 says:

    0:11ishI just love how their reactions to the scoop is that if Batman suddenly came in and handed them piles of money.

  11. Stanton Barbas says:

    I bough Jiffy Scoops three years ago. ever since, i have never had trouble eating ice cream! I’ve gained 200 pounds in the last year alone! Best purchase ever.

  12. Michael Cainghug says:

    This looks pretty cool!!

  13. bogrowlie says:

    I cannot think of anything more wasteful than a heated spoon made specifically for eating ice cream. ‘MURICA

  14. Kriegsmarine0 says:

    It’s cool, just an extreme rip-off

  15. Exarian says:

    They probably severely understated what it takes to reset these. They likely work on the same method that reusabl;e hand warmers work on, where to reset it you have to boil it until all the crystals melt completely.However, since the chamber is opaque in this, it’s impossible to tell if the crystals are melted or not, so you are likely to end up not resetting them right.Plus, they seem likely to accidentally go off in the drawer.

  16. Michael Cainghug says:

    True, when Ice cream is really hard, I just heat up a spoon and it easily slides off!! :D

  17. YamPoop says:

    Of course it’s safe for kids to use IT’S A SPOON.

  18. KopyWut says:

    I bet some kid will still manage to get his eye scooped out with it.

  19. TranscendingEuphoria says:

    That girls FAKE laughter at :58 a has me SOLD!!!!

  20. frumpy4 says:

    Hehehehehahahahah!!

  21. Patapatapata Pon says:

    I know what it’s like when I stab at my icecream with a pair of safety goggles on.

  22. eleanorthompson19 says:

    Fyi if you put a regular scoop metal or plastic it will either melt or your microwave will EXPLODE!!!

  23. desenagrator says:

    I didn’t know friction was considered technology now.

  24. claudinaion says:

    that laugh in 1:00

  25. jandreauboy10 says:

    ILL buy 300! love it!

  26. Bunbun Bunny says:

    Da fuq is this

  27. Kelly Joe says:

    shake, shake, shake it!! woooo party

  28. Kelly Joe says:

    I actually need this though, I have broken so many spoons.. I eat ice cream for breakfast every morning

  29. MrHoppers002 says:

    then again they can’t get your 10.00 if everyone knows the secret of running scoops through hot water. lol

  30. bionicleman051 says:

    0:18 Whoa! Calm down on the shaking there you crazy bitch! You’ll kill someone!

  31. Ailuro the cat says:

    0:18 she must be terrible at giving hand jobs

  32. bohemiancat X says:

    If the Ice cream is rock hard, just shove it in the microwave for a few seconds. Works for me.

  33. DuoSigma says:

    And you must know what a good or bad handjob feels like yeh?

  34. mattmax11 says:

    because it isn’t friction.

  35. lookin4iblis97 says:

    this thing seems pretty useful but not for ten dollars…

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