"Best Buy Splatter Screens"TM
New, Patented, Absolute Lowest Cost, Top Quality Splatter Screens
Our "Splutter Kutter"® and "Best Buy Splatter Screens"TM are the heavy duty, extra-durable, stylish, folding handled, easy to clean, patented, ultra-low-cost solution to no mess, stove-top frying for manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers. While they look, feel and function like expensive, machined, 'signature cookware' (such as Ikea®), our unique, patented design allows them to be manufactured to sell for just pennies on the dollar compared to old style splatter screens.
They are more durable than most economy splatter screens yet they have the lowest everyday list price, delivered to your store shelves, of any splatter screens in the entire WORLD because:
They have the lowest "FOB" origin price and they have the lowest ocean freight costs and they have the lowest inland freight costs and they have the lowest storage costs of any splatter screens in the entire world.
In fact, with typical, old style splatter screens, just your freight and storage costs typically exceed the total price of our screens delivered to retail stores.
If you are buying any other splatter screen besides ours, you are paying too much and you are NOT getting the best possible "everyday price" for splatter screens. Period.
Why are they so low priced?
They are the lowest everyday list price splatter screens in the world because of our revolutionary, patented design. They are produced by nothing more than two (2) cycle stampings into a sheet of food quality aluminum sheet. One does not have to mate a screen to a separate rim or mate either one to a handle or attach a separate hanging hole because these are already integral and have been created by the two cycle stampings. Moreover, our design enables reduced packaging costs, reduced commercial storage costs and reduced transportation costs. They are lighter weight, less than 3/16 inch (4.2mm) thick, and lay flat in a smaller box. They don't have an awkward handle sticking out or a knob on the top. The unit and case dimensions are smaller so you get more in a container (90,000 vs 12,000/55,000 in a 20-foot container) and more on a pallet (6,000 vs 1,000/5,000 on a standard pallet).