Eat’N Tool Spork Multi-Use Utensil

Dec 17, 2013

Category: Gear

I gotta admit, as a bachelor, sometimes my dinner creations are so, umm, unique, I don’t know what kind of utensil to attack it with— “Do I wanna chisel this down or try and scoop out the blue ooze first?” The Eat’N Tool is ready for anything, be it a burnt-crisp pot roast, watery pumpkin pie, or just a stubborn beer bottle cap (much harder to screw up).

Created by New York City designer Liong Mah, this multi-use device acts as a spoon, fork (and thus spork), bottle opener, and screwdriver. The food grade non-stick coating means it’s ready for Cheerios duty. It even includes a carabiner for easy snap-on storage, as well as three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm). Now if your homemade meatloaf requires a metric wrench, first of all, why? Second of all, Instagram that beast. [Purchase]

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