The aim is to eliminate the inconvenience of checking the doneness meat by reducing the consumption of fondue to sitting together and talking. The cutlery fades into the background and only a gently LED indicates when the meal is ready.
As far as the intelligence of the sets is concerned, the market is very limited. The "smartest" devices only offer a temperature regulator for the oil where the meat is cooking in, but this only regulates the heat and does not help with the preparation. But even these appliances are not very common, as most still work with oil or fire paste.
The 10 centimetre long handle runs conically to the OLED display and ends in a crown through which the operation takes place.
On the crown, there is a ring-shaped LED that gently illuminates in 6 different colours to identify the user when the desired degree of brightness is reached.