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It's 2019 now and I have probably hundreds of bowls of ramen along with countless shumai under my belt, all eaten with these lovely pieces of craftsmanship. There's no wear whatsoever that I can tell but that's understandable given the material.
As posited in my original 2015 review, It is indeed a matter of practice to get used to the thin, rounded tips but I find that I can pick up anything I could need to without any fumbling, even down to single grains of rice. It didn't take much to get to this point but I have more chopstick-friendly eating options available now than I did all those years ago.
So with that settled, I still recommend these chopsticks for anyone who loves titanium in its many colors or wants a little extra style with their buy-once-and-use-forever utensils.