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The Knork

by Letizia Rossi in Design on 14 September 2006

Combining the performance of a fork and knife in a single utensil The Knork was conceived as a solution for eating pizza but has developed into a versatile tool aiming to revolutionize the dining experience. With an edge sharp enough to cut through many foods—but too dull to cut your mouth—and a finger platform for comfort, the Knork is available in various grades of stainless steel as well as heavy-duty reuseable and disposable plastic. Perfect for picnics and camping, yet classy enough for restaurants or home dining, Knorks can also serve as a great asset to the disabled or for busy mutli-taskers who need a free arm while eating. Starting at $4.50 for a single stainless steel Knork or $1.50 for a set of four in reusable plastic, they are available from Knork or Amazon.

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