The Eat'NTool will come in handy for consuming many a snack or perhaps a meal, on my cycling trips, which requires the use of a fork/spoon.
At roughly $8, I didn't mind trying this tool.
Now, it proudly hangs on my belt loop, on a daily basis.
As shown in the picture above, I did eat my entire bowl of Quinoa and Black Beans, with my Eat'N Tool.
And, I used it to tighten a few bolts in the lamp in our bedroom.
I say the Eat'N Tool is pretty good. Of particular interest to me are: 1) how long will the paint job last and 2) how hardy is the tool?
Only time will tell, I reckon. I will update y'all with my observations in the future.