|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 2.5 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||9110KC|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Included Components||See Description|
|Warranty Description||Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.|
Columbia River Knife and Tool 9110C X-Large Eat N' Tool
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|Item Dimensions||6.13 x 2.5 x 0.5 in||4 x 3 x 0.05 in||3.2 x 1.5 x 0.4 in||—||4 x 2 x 0.5 in||2.75 x 0.25 x 0.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.5 ounces||0.64 ounces||1.59 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.59 ounces|
Sometimes Bigger Really Is Better. The Same Great Tool—Now Goes BIG. If you are a current fan of the original Eat'N Tool, designed by revolutionary designer Liong Mah, you may have been one of the many who were wishing for a slightly bigger version. And, here it is. The Eat'N Tool XL offers a larger spoon and longer handle surface to grab hold of. Use it as a spoon, or fork, to prepare and/or eat your favorite "on the trail" meal. Other handy tools include a box wrench, driver/pry tool, can opener and bottle opener. It also comes with a carabiner* to make carry simple and accessible. Available in bead blast grey or black powder coat finish. For the trail, camper or cabin, the Eat'N Tool XL makes eating easy and maybe even just a little bit fun.
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I wish I could say that I loved it. But as far as functionality goes, it's not nearly as fun as it looks.
- Looks really cool. This might be my favorite thing about it - just how many people comment on how cool it looks.
- Has a lot of functions. No other spork can compare to the number of little features they pack into this guy.
- Very well made. It's a very solid piece of steel, no complaints here!
All these are great of course, and the reasons I bought it. Unfortunately, there's a lot that isn't so great.
- Difficult to clean. When you're looking at buying it, most people aren't considering how they'll clean tomato sauce from the inside of a half dozen hex rings and a bottle opener.
Kinda sucks at being a multi-tool. The hex rings are useless in most situations, unless maybe you're biking and happen to have the right size bolts on your bike.
- Kinda sucks at being a fork. Unfortunately, the tines are very short, and don't work very well at picking up most types of food.
- Kinda sucks at being a spoon. Try eating soup with this spork once and you'll see what I mean. It's almost flat, which is nice for being a little more compact, but good luck siphoning more than half a teaspoon into your mouth at once.
I forgot to bring it along on a backpacking trip and had to borrow someone else's reusable plastic spork for a few days. No, it's not as cool, but it made me realize how the CRKT Eat'n Tool... pretty much fails at doing any of its jobs very well.
I don't like writing negative reviews, but after extensive use, I have to at least caution you that while it's very cool looking and durable, it's unfortunately just not designed to be all that practical for actually eating with.
Please rate up if I helped you out a bit :)
I've uploaded a couple of photos of the tool's undocumented use as an ice scraper.
5 stars for its utility and unique design. The price is fantastic also. And with free Amazon Prime shipping how could anyone go wrong?
I bought this to use while backpacking but found that my Snowpeak titanium spork is far better in almost every way. The spoon part is much deeper, the fork tines are longer and it's much lighter. A longer handle is also nice. How am I supposed to get at the bottom of a jar of peanut butter with this thing? I also rarely need a wrench or bottle opener while hiking. Maybe i'm not their target audience.
Overall though, it's a decent piece and it's pretty cheap. I'll stick with the Snowpeak spork for backpacking and keep this around to replace plastic forks at parties and barbecues.
Also, its a little tricky to hold this alone, so I clipped a ball LED light to act as a secondary grip.
Bonus, this thing could totally be used as a weapon. If you put your middle finger through the hole, the base is curved and fits perfectly into the palm of your hand. Think brass knuckles, only more way pointy...
As a spoon, it's shallow and messy... As a fork, it's sub par. I had to MOD it.
I took it out for a 3 day hike and I was just not thrilled to be fighting with my food after a long day. Most annoying thing is my dirty hands get into the food, just reaching into a not so deep GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Bottle Cup/Pot trying to get out my delicious mountain house meal.
BUT, hiking this time will be different. Instead of this item going to the bottom of the camping gear box, I MADE IT LONGER. I riveted a 3" piece of black aluminum to make a nice handle. I also grinded off the useless accessories. So now it's a spork and bottle opener! (see Pic)
UPDATE: I see they have a longer one now.. I would have bought that if it were available. I like a company that innovates based on common complaints. Go with the big one!
I don't have any use for the wrenches but if I were riding my bike I could see them being useful maybe. I thought maybe it'd be too short to use but I was wrong. It's actually not as clumsy as it looks. Feels nice and a great size. Not too big or too small. I could see it being a problem if you were using it as an eating implement and eating it out of a pouch, you might want the longer one for that.
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Some TSA think your spork is some kind of weapon.... it ain't (poor ergonomics).