November 18, 2004

Knork!!!!

Knork Single Pkg
I have hit fork/knife nirvana...KNORK!!!!

"The objectives of the Knork are: to provide a single utensil capable of providing the benefits of a knife and fork; to produce a design that more easily cuts food; to provide stability and comfort through a balanced handle and finger platform design; to provide superior utensil properties that are not conducive to being converted into a weapon; and to provide a single tool able to be utilized by the disabled community."

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 18, 2004 3:30 PM
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I would LOVE it if it were metal instead of plastic. Maybe the link above to curveware? ANYWAY, I am American and my wife is KIWI; she thinks I am a barbarian for cutting with the edge of my fork!


Posted by: Joe at January 19, 2005 1:58 PM

The Knork Concept is hilarious. People have been using the edges of forks to cut food for EVER. There are countless patterns with fat rounded ends. Here is the real deal...

http://www.curvware.com

Cool Movie....

Dialup … http://www.curvware.com/Curvware_Film.wmv

Broadband... http://www.curvware.com/Curvware_Film_BB.wmv

Quicktime http://www.curvware.com/Curvware_Big.mov (should open in browser)

Real Video http://www.curvware.com/Curvware_Film.rm


Posted by: Maria Novella at December 15, 2004 12:04 PM

Too funny - when I wrote up the piece I thought - why not all three? What's the problem? Love the KNORKOON!


Posted by: Jay Brewer at November 18, 2004 9:29 PM

As a backpacker, this might work, but what I'd really like to see is a "knorkoon" (knife, fork, spoon).

:D


Posted by: Bob at November 18, 2004 4:51 PM
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