The FitSpoon Features Holes to Slow Down the Eating Proccess

By: Erin Fox - Feb 12, 2015
References: internetofuselessthings.io & neatorama
Faux-advertising firm The Internet of Useless Things has created the FitSpoon, which is a hypothetical creation to lengthen the amount of time it takes someone to eat. The theory behind the fictional item is to find a way to create an obstacle for weight gain. The holes in the spoon release part of the contents to leave the consumer with less food for ingestion.

The FitSpoon also has a revolutionary technology that tracks your eating speed and compares with others via a cloud database. When you’re eating too fast, holes open in the spoon releasing the contents.

The blog features fake products with familiar copy full of disingenuous advertising phrases and buzzwords that all consumers will recognize. There is no doubt this item will be recreated for the marketplace.