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Columbia River Knife and Tool's Eat N Tool 9100C Silver Multi Tool


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  • Multitool includes spoon, fork, bottle opener, three hex wrenches, and a caribiner
  • Lots of functionality but weighs only 1.6 ounces
  • Large central hole for grip and to reduce weight
  • Ergonomic shape and design increases user comfort
  • Available with a bead-blast finish or with a food-grade black non-stick coating
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Columbia River Knife and Tool's Eat N Tool 9100C Silver Multi Tool + Magnesium Fire Starter + Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets (Pack of 10)
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Product Information

Color: Silver
Technical Details
Part Number 9100C.CR
Item Weight1.4 ounces
Product Dimensions8.1 x 3.1 x 0.7 inches
OriginChina
Item model number9100C
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
ColorSilver
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces6
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Descriptionlifetime
  
Additional Information
ASINB0030IRKHA
Best Sellers Rank #782 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 12, 2009
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

Color: Silver

From the Manufacturer

Here at Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT ) we're inspired by great design. Our I.D. Works products are not tools you will find anywhere else. We're motivated by design that is both inspired and functional, as created 500 years ago by painter, sculptor, architect, and inventor Leonardo da Vinci, who said "observe everything" in nature. We've partnered with the best and brightest designers of today who share this vision of putting functional art in your hand. They are organic and ergonomic shapes, sometimes whimsical, always useful. These unique tools make up our growing I.D. Works line. Put them to use, enjoy them, and always remember what inspires you! Our new Eat'N Tool is the brainchild of New York City designer Liong Mah. At first glance it looks like the familiar spoon/fork "spork" combination, but Liong has used his ingenuity and computer-aided design skills to create a lightweight, high-tech outdoor tool. Yes, there is an ergonomic spoon, and a short-tuned fork. But in addition, there's a handy bottle opener on one side. The right side of the handle is ground to provide an emergency screwdriver blade, which will also work as a pry for opening canisters. The large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but also keeps the Eat'N Tool weight down. Three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm) are useful for emergency repairs, and result in a tool weight of just 1-1/2 ounces (43 g). For easy snap-on carry on D-rings or loops on clothing and packs, there is a carry carabineer (non-weight-bearing). The Eat'N Tool is available in a bead-blast finish (9100C), or with a food grade black non-stick coating (9100KC).

From the Manufacturer

CRKT Eat N Tool 9100C

Product Details
  • Compact Multi-Tool
  • Lightweight Eating Utensil
  • Spoon Fork Combination
  • Bottle Opener
  • Screwdriver/Pry Tip
  • 6, 8, 10 mm Metric Wrenches
  • Designed by Liong Mah
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
About the Designer

If we didn’t know any better, we’d think the English definition of Mah is “practical”. After all, it’s a useful sensibility Palm Bay, Florida's Liong Mah incorporates into all of his designs. like the G.S.D., the ever popular Eat ‘N Tool, and the Mah-chete. As a kid, where others doodled cartoons in their school notebooks, he drew knife designs. Later, having learned CAD, he was able to bring these ideas to life by collaborating with many of the top designers in the industry. Liong has arrived. Liong Mah has been designing knives and tools professionally for over 13 years.

CRKT Eat'N Tool 9100

In Depth Look

9100C

Crafted by Hand. So You Don’t Have to Eat with Yours.

Spoon? Check. Bottle Opener? Check. With this unique outdoor multi-tool, you’ll be checking off a lot of things without having to dig too far into your pack.

Our Eat’NTool is the brainchild of designer Liong Mah of Palm Bay, FL. At first glance it looks like the familiar spoon/fork "spork" combination, but Liong has used his ingenuity and computer-aided design skills to create a lightweight, high-tech outdoor tool.

Yes, there is an ergonomic spoon, and a short-tuned fork. But in addition, there's a handy bottle opener on one side for your beer that will go with dinner. Then, if you’re in a bind, the right side of the handle is ground to provide an emergency screwdriver blade and will also work as a pry for opening canisters. Finally three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm) are useful for emergency repairs. See there, looks can be deceiving.

A large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but it also keeps the Eat'N Tool weight down. At just 1.5 ounces (43 g) this multi-tool doesn’t just look good on paper. In its attractive chrome color it looks good to the eye too.

This unique tool also features a non-load bearing carabiner for easy snap-on carry on D-rings or loops on clothing and backpacks.

Reach for the Eat’N Tool and you’ll never again find yourself saying “Darn it, where’d I put the…”

Also available:

Eat’N Tool Black (9100KC)

Eat’N Tool Yellow (9100 YC)

Eat’N Tool Fuchsia (9100FC)

Eat’N Tool Tangerine (9100 TC)

Eat’N Tool XL Silver (9110C)

About Columbia River Knife and Tool

CRKT (Columbia River Knife & Tool) offers a broad line of knives and tools for sport, work, professional, and lifestyle activities. All CRKT knives and tools are built incorporating the most advanced equipment and production systems. Founded in 1994, CRKT is the industry’s premier brand of knives, tools, and lifestyle accessories, with a reputation for innovative design.

Customer Reviews

Well made, seems sturdy.
Drew Douglas
Great little tool for any camper to have... I personally keep it in my camp bag so just incase I forget my utensils on a trip I've got this handy.
SigDude
Very functional, lightweight and a perfect size - not too big or small.
Charles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

288 of 312 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Encyclopedia on July 6, 2011
Color Name: Black
Tell me if this sounds familiar: You're out in the woods with a can of pork and beans and a cold one. The can has one of those easy-open lids so you don't need a can opener, but you sure need a spoon to eat them and a bottle opener to get a sip of that cold one. Also, you have a small array of metric bolts and standard-drive screws that you need to tighten. Until now, there was no single tool that could accomplish all these tasks. This, my friends, is a spork with torque.
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Nick TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 14, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I bought one of these mainly because it looked cool and instead actually found it to be pretty valuable. First of all, the EatN Tool feels like a solid piece of metal. I had half expected this to be a flimsy and cheaply made. It definitely doesn't feel like a sub-$10 piece of hardware.

The wrench part of the EatN Tool confuses me. In all honesty, I don't know when this would come in handy. I'd rather it come with Phillips Screwdriver or something else. The screwdriver and bottle opener are the best tools on this. The spork itself is pretty cool and works well for a quick eating utensil. The carabiner is pretty small and will clip onto a bag.

Overall for $6.50, it's a pretty neat camping accessory. I subtracted a star because of the relative uselessness of the wrenches and that I received a defective EatNTool.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Reglith Lunus on April 11, 2011
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
Yes, as one reviewer said, this is stamped steel, probably, but I have to respectfully disagree with the 'sub-par steel' part. The steel is solid, stainless (of course), and treated in some unknown way until it reached between 51-53 Rockwell Hardness. For those of you who don't wear knives, and spit out knife terminology, and eat steel for breakfast, Rockwell Hardness is a scale for determining how soft or hard a steel is, the lower the number, the more soft and impact resistant the steel is, the higher the number, the greater the hardness, and the more brittle and susceptible to chipping the steel is (That is NOT an exact definition, look it up if you are curious, because I could be wrong on the finer points, but I know I am right in the main). Serious knives, not the wimpy junk stainless steel ones that make you feel less manly just by holding them, but serious knives made by serious custom makers, are forged and treated to an upwards of 60 Rockwell. So, in reality, for stainless steel...not too shabby, not too shabby at all. CRKT is one of the leading companies because they offer low cost, high quality steel, they don't cut corners because they like to. Yeah, I wish it was not stamped steel too, but in reality, does it matter? Sharpen one of these up, and it will serve as a knife, a spoon, a fork, a pry bar, a flat driver, 10, 8, and 6mm wrenches, and a bottle opener. All this for an ever changing price usually below ten dollars? That is good stuff, men and women. Oh, and like one reviewer said, it could service as a self defense tool as well.
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52 of 61 people found the following review helpful By deh on April 22, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Perfect little tool for camping or backpacking...........I sent 6 of them to my son and his buddies in IRAQ - they love them for MRE's.
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful By ksuwildkat on January 10, 2011
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
As the title says, I liked this so much I bought 12 - one for every member of my team.

The EnT is a great multi purpose item. Basic use as a spork is done well. I wouldn't want to eat a thin soup with this because the bowl of the spoon is not very deep but its more than enough for rice or beans. The sides are straight enough to be a blunt knife. The fork tongs are not very deep so you want to give meat a good stab. The handle is ok - not the most comfortable thing but functional.

As for the rest, the bottle opener and screwdriver are the most useful. The "wrench" part will hold a nut/bolt head in a pinch. Where it would really help is holding while something else turns the other fastener. One "undocumented feature" - With your middle finger in the large hole and the rest of your fist wrapped around the handle, this thing would be lethal in close quarters. The carabiner is pretty much useless for anything other than clipping inside a pack. Snag on anything and it will come off. For military types, the spork end fits perfectly in one space of a MOLLE/PALS system.

Overall and excellent, lightweight addition to any gear.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 4, 2012
Color Name: Silver
Wow, I'm surprised at the number of 5 star reviews on this. I am a fan of CRKT, especially for their forward design. I'm an industrial designer and teach product design as well. A really important thing missing from the Eat N Tool is handle length. A simple handle is on every utensil world wide and lets you hold onto it with more than just your fingertips. Because of this, it also keeps your fingertips close to hot foods when cooking and it can't even reach the bottom of a can. Effective fork? No. Effective spoon for liquids? No. Handy tools? Sort of, but I'd rather keep a Leatherman Style CS clipped to my belt loop than a spoon (It's also smaller). Cool factor? Yes, kind of. It looks nice but when you realize the functionality problems the cool factor goes way down.

I think for size it's pretty small while still completing it's task, but a nice plastic fork and spoon are barely larger and maybe a slight difference in weight. Fancy titanium utensils will keep your weight down if it's that critical, or a $2 for a dozen pair of bamboo chopsticks take just a tiny space.

I think it's a nice looking design with a techy caribiner and an easy price point that people will want to add to their shopping cart, but not the best tool for the job IMHO.
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