EAT'N TOOL® XL
9110C

EAT'N TOOL® XL

Designed by Liong Mah in Palm Bay, Florida
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.
  • Spoon/Fork Combination
  • Flat Screwdriver, 6,8,10mm Hex
  • Bottle Opener, GI Style Can Opener
$14.99
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Blade Steel3CR13
Blade FinishBead Blast
Weight2.7 oz
StyleMulti-Tool
Overall Length6.13" (155.7 mm)
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…”
Liong Mah

Liong Mah

Palm Bay, Florida 

If we didn’t know any better, we’d think the English definition of Mah is “practical.” After all, it’s a useful sensibility Liong incorporates into all of his designs, like the new G.S.D.™, the ever popular Eat‘N Tool®, and the 2015 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.

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