Inspirs Design Titanium Bamboo Chopsticks 2.0
Inspirs Design Titanium Bamboo Chopsticks 2.0
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Bamboo and titanium: one of Earth’s most recognizable plants and one of earth's most abundant elements. These chopsticks from Inspirs Design look just like bamboo shoots, with grooves along the sides that make for a natural finger grip Read More

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Djektd
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Apr 17, 2019
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Looks like I just missed out on these. Hoping they come back around soon.
Apr 17, 2019
yogibearAl
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Apr 4, 2019
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For $50, lol a regular pair of titanium chopsticks is around $15. Stainless 2 piece, works as well, and cost even less for the portability, so unless the bamboo pattern is a must, $50 for personal chopsticks is a bit much. Just saying...... My $10 stainless 2 piece chopsticks comes with a carrying tube. And with them being hollow, your weight advantage is just a few grams. :)
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Apr 4, 2019
Calaverasgrande
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Apr 4, 2019
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I sincerely do not get this product. A good pair of wood chopsticks weighs about the same, and is a lot less dear if you lose them camping. Also, the plain old plastic ones that most Asian markets carry work dandy. The bonus of wood and plastic chopsticks is that they make decent cooking utensils. And do not scratch non-stick surfaces. Unlike titanium. I really do not see what purpose these serve.
Apr 4, 2019
latmd
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Apr 4, 2019
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Hi Calaverasgrande, I originally bought them because they are easy to take with me. For several reasons, I don't like the single use wooden ones you regularly get in a restaurant or take-away. I just really love the feel and the manoeuvrability of these ones. Yes, they are expensive, but I love using them. If you don't feel that the balance & manoeuvrability, etc. are worth it, don't buy them. As with many products, it is often just a matter of taste.
Apr 4, 2019
Calaverasgrande
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Apr 4, 2019
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I'm talking about teak and rosewood chopsticks. I also have some 'ebony' ones but I'm positive they are just ebonized rosewood or similar hardwood. There are a lot of wood chopsticks that are not the cruddy splinter shedding disposables.
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Apr 4, 2019
latmd
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Apr 4, 2019
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I won't be buying them.....because I already have them (bought them on kickstarter). I can highly recommend them. I especially love the balance & feel. I have quite a few different models, but these are one of my favorites.
Apr 4, 2019