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It collects 3 pollen from 49 patches in 0.7 seconds, increasing white pollen by 50%. Its average base pollen collection rate is 252 pollen per second: 324 from white flowers and 216 from red and blue flowers. It has a maximum base pollen collection rate of 324 pollen per second, which is achievable only in the Spider Field. It emits bubbles and sparkles.
Every 10th swing, it summons a pillar of light (with a radius of 4) which collects pollen from 29 surrounding flowers, playing the following audio:
- The price was increased from 100,000,000 (100 million) honey to 150,000,000 (150 million) honey after the 4/5/2019 update because it got an ability.
- This was one of the first tools to have an ability.
- The Porcelain Dipper got its ability in the 4/5/2019 update.
- Some decals aren't visible through the glass of a porcelain dipper (such as bee faces in a hive, or the flame effect on the scythe) similar to the water of the sprinklers.
- The ability still activates outside of a field.
- The average collection rate of this tool is 41% better than the Scythe's and the Bubble Wand's average rate.
- However, the Scythe is 48% better at red flowers, and the Bubble Wand is 48% better at blue flowers. This is tempered by the fact that there are no fields that are entirely blue or entirely red, meaning the Bubble Wand and Scythe never actually achieve their theoretical maximum collection rate.
- The Porcelain Dipper is currently the second-best collector in the game as it collects large quantities of red, blue, and white pollen. However, it collects more white pollen than red and blue pollen.
- The Porcelain Dipper glows white during a honeystorm.
- The Porcelain Dipper’s light pillar will not collect pollen if the player is above the field in any way (e.g. jumping or gliding above the field), although the pillar still touches the ground beneath the player. If the player is not on the field, even if the light beam touches the field it will not collect pollen.
- It is an upgraded version of the Honey Dipper which can be bought in the Pro Shop
- Standing in front of the Hive and looking through the Porcelain Dipper's glass at any of the honeycombs will make some of the bees' faces invisible.