The self-proclaimed “black belt lettuce knife,” this high-impact plastic chopper is perfect for chopping up fresh salads in mere seconds. The chopper is made of dishwasher safe plastic, measuring 4″ by 11.25″. Shaped after a hand in mid hi-ya framing, so you’ll be able to chop salad with the swagger of Mr. Miyagi (rest in peace, one love). ($12 @ Gama-Go)
It seems that take away concept site Just-eat is making their way to manufacturers with the following pitch — a Swiss Army type product for the extreme foodie. Intrigued?
The unit contains a pizza cutter, wooden chip fork, chopsticks, bottle opener, a fork, knife and a spoon.
The idea is novel, but since the items don’t necessarily breakaway from the base unit, some particular uses may become quite cumbersome. From the action shots above, the top right most photo of the young lady sipping soup showcases the immense girth of the Eatensil. No word on availability or production dates yet, but the Internet is talking.
Would you care to see this item come to fruition?
Uniquely designed nested utensil set that’s perfect for people on the go, campers, picnickers, people in an office or around your apartment. The Cloverware utensils are made of a safe recyclable material (heat-resistant BPA free recyclable nylon polymer) perfect for cap stove cooking or digging into hot dishes. Best part about them is that the knife, fork and spoon all fit into each other like Russian nesting dolls. Food game = stepped up. ($12.99 @ Alite)
Din-Ink, a product from the minds at ZO-loft, an Italian-based studio, forges the idea of taking a ballpoint pen lid and replacing it with a set of pen caps work as cutlery. Included in the set that won them first prize at the designboom competition entitled “Dining in 2015“, are caps for fork, knife and spoon. The aim was to take common office tools on any desk and be able to transform them into common eating utensils. Available in both black and blue colors, the products are now available at merci in Paris, if you’re in the area!
Perfect for camping…or small hipster picnics. We’re looking at the Amber Bone Hobo Knife, a product of W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co., an ambidextrous pocket utility that’s seemingly fashioned after a pocket knife with three major utilities: fork, cut (knife) and spoon. Is your eating game ready to be stepped up this many levels? ($140 @ BlackBirdBallard)
The Classic Camping Tool provides you with all your needed eating utensils. It includes a fork, knife, spoon, bottle opener, file and a corkscrew. Great to pack with lunches or just to leave in your car for those occasions where you don’t wanna eat those mashed potatoes you just purchased with your fingers. Made of tough stainless steel, this tool will last you lifetime. (Thx Coolmaterial)
‘So what if your day job includes a cubicle and an iMac. Slice up that Digiorno Tim the Tool man style with the Pizza Pro 3000. With its laser-etched removable blade and tough engineering-grade plastic, it cuts through pizza faster than you can say Mangia! And when it’s all over and the dishes are done, it’s sure to kick your old pizza cutter’s ass’. (Thx Coolmaterial)