Anyone who have used a pair of chopsticks will know how versatile it is. However, no one knew that it could fun too as demonstrated by ChopChucks. You heard that right. Fun. Chopsticks.

ChopChucks Reusable Chopsticks and Skill Toy

ChopChucks is a pair of reusable chopsticks in a choice of titanium or stainless steel and in two finishes (machined raw or stonewash), so you’d be saving the environment when ordering takeouts.

In addition, it is also a pocket size skill toy. Like a legit fidget toy of sort and one that resembles a miniature nunchucks.

“ChopChucks are a seriously fun toy; they are a miniature nunchuck skill toy that combines three of the top martial arts workouts in one fun package. Techniques borrowed from begleri beads, balisong manipulation, and pen spinning enable your miniature nunchuck tricks.”

ChopChucks Reusable Chopsticks and Skill Toy

When not in picking up sushi and use as a skill toy to practice your deadly martial art skills, the 19-cm long chopsticks can be collapsed down to just 12-cm for easy storage and carry. Basically, it is a go-anywhere utensil which is good for camping too.

The chopsticks itself is good for chopsticks games/challenges, like a game of who can pick up the most M&Ms.

ChopChucks Reusable Chopsticks and Skill Toy

ChopChucks Reusable Chopsticks/Pocket Size Skill Toy is available through Kickstarter and it is from U.K.-based crowdfunding veteran, Plei Design. The campaign is, not surprisingly, funded.

This means a pledge of 20 quid or more (about US$28) will secure you a pair, with delivery happening sometime in October 2021.

ChopChucks Reusable Chopsticks and Skill Toy
Mortal (Food) Kombat.

Images: Kickstarter (Plei Design).

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Published by Mike

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