Get a Grip on Food With the SL27 Link

By: Summer Luu - Published: Apr 23, 2011 • References: studiodreimann & yankodesign
To this day, I still don't know how to use the combination of a fork and spoon together to pick up food properly, but when it comes time to chow down, I'll be able to effortlessly use this cutlery set with the SL27 Link.

Finally, I can master this pick-up art without my fingers fumbling. The SL27 Link is a palm-sized tool that lets you insert the ends of a fork and spoon into its sockets. It's like a socket, just plug it in and let your hand work its magic. This is perfect for people who have trouble using chopsticks too.

The SL27 Link was cleverly created by Studio Dreimann and hides seamlessly into your hand, so you can look like a master at this flatware-gripping skill. Stats for Clasping Cutlery Tools Trending: Older & Chilly
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