I've used this "spork" now for some time and generally like it because it’s made of nylon, so does not scratch, and allows me to use it, almost, like regular cutlery.
I'd give it 5 stars but the spoon, which I use mostly, is simply not all that comfortable. Unlike most spork knives, this knife actually will cut most things. However, this means that the serrated edge from the knife ends up digging into your hand when you use the spoon. Also the knife is pointy which also makes holding both the spoon and fork, which it mates into, uncomfortable.
The other issue, which is not much of a concern for me, is that the nylon is easily stained by foods. So if this bothers you, I’d recommend getting a dark color.
Otherwise, I really do like this item since its compact, nylon which does not scratch, can be extended and tough.
Uco, if your listening, my suggestion would be to get rid of the steak knife. If I'm going to need a knife I actually carry one (actually two, being a folder and a Swiss Army knife for the tools), so I and, I suspect most people, don't need a knife built into the "spork". This would not only make the fork / spoon way nicer to handle but might also prove useful in getting through airport security.
If you do think it necessary to include a knife then, my suggestion would be to go with a butter style knife which would allow for a rounded ends that would make both the fork and spoon nicer to handle. I'd also suggest that the knife have way less aggressive serrations, so it’s more a knife to help push food onto the fork and or spread butter etc.
Note, I tried filing off most of the knifes serrations and this helped quite a bit with it no longer digging into my hand but does not help with the shape. Again, I think that the spork would be much more comfortable to use if knife end was more rounded instead of pointy.
|适用性别||中性 -- 成人|
|商品尺寸||17.48 x 3.51 x 1.98 cm|