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Brownells Fillister 8 40 Sight Screw Counterbore
"Overall 2½"" (6.3mm); Body Dia. .250"" (6.3mm); Pilot Dia. .165"" (4.2mm); Pilot Length 1⁄8"" (3.2mm); 90° Shoulder. Use Drill No. 19 for Pilot Hole. Mfg: Brownells"
Paxton S. Henry "Paxton": This spreader really spread well. It has decreased my sandwich making time significantly. I am not in the food servers business, but this sure head a kitchen knife any day of the week. Sandwich specific.
Pooky: I have had this spreader for several years now. I really like it, but you have to take REALLY good care of it, or buy a new one every year or so. You must dry it immediately after washing, so that it won't rust (I wash mine in the dishwasher sometimes, but make sure to pull it out right away when it's done). Also, the grip at the bottom became unglued shortly after using it. This is possible due to me washing it in the dishwasher though.Now when I wash the spreader, I remove the handle (water will get into the handle and you don't want that), wash it by hand and dry it off. Then I let it set a few hours more, and put the item back together again. If this sounds like too much hassle for you, then you might look elsewhere.
Retired Navy Guy "Chief Cook & Bottle Washer,...: Nice, but somewhat large spreader. I bought two of these about 8 months ago. One started to RUST and discolour within 2 months, the other one still looks like it did when new. Due to the inconsistency in the quality control and quality of metal plating of this fine product I can only give it an average 3 star rating.
Richard Hughes "Pickydick": It's a good product, but I could do without the sirated edge. I want it for spreading butter, peanut butter, or whatever. The serated edge cuts into the side of plastic bottles and is irritating.
Rollin: The spreader is much larger and wider than I wanted. I have found it useless for buttering bread sticks, which is why it was ordered.This is my fault and not that of the spreader.