TODAY’S PATENT- WATERMELON SLICER
Today’s patent ‘Watermelon Slicer’ was invented by Daniel G. Schwartz on July 4, 2017, bearing patent no. US9693648B2.
The present invention is the food slicer particularly, pertains to a watermelon. A slicer device and a method of using a slicer are to slice and remove a fleshy part of a watermelon surrounded by a rind. This device includes a cutter piece, a plurality of cutters, and at least one support bar attached to an outer surface of the cutter piece. This cutter piece has an outer and inner surface defining an interior for receiving the fleshy part of the watermelon. The plurality of cutters is within the interior of the cutter piece arranged to form a pattern with a plurality of openings, with each of the openings being defined between cutters or between at least one cutter and the inner surface of the cutter piece, such that the fleshy part of the watermelon within the rind is cut into multiple pieces with geometric shapes.