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CRKT Eat'N Tool Multipurpose Tool

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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…”