EatN Tool

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This tool, designed by Liong Mah is the most recent incarnation of the Tactical Spork originally produced by Sal Manaro. The Eat'n Tool adds three wrenches to the original design for additional function and is mass produced to reduce cost.



Frame

As a one piece type tool, the Eat'n Tool incorporates all of it's functions into the frame. Like any basic spork, the main components of the frame are the spoon with small fork-like tines and a handle.

Blades and Tools

This design does not incorporate any cutting edges.

Functions include:
  • Spoon
  • Fork
  • Flathead screwdriver
  • 6mm wrench
  • 8mm wrench
  • 10mm wrench
  • Bottle opener
  • Lanyard hole

Locking Mechanism

Since there are no moving parts on the tool itself, there is no need for any locking mechanism. The included carabiner's gate is also not locking.

Other Features

None

Sheath

None.

Dimensions

  • Length = 4" (101mm)
  • Width = 2-1/4" (60mm)
  • Thickness = 3/4" (19mm)
  • Weight = 1.4oz (39.8g)

Variations

The Eat'n Tool is available in bead blasted and black coated finishes.

History

CRKT introduced the Eat'n Tool at the 2010 Shot Show and became generally available in the spring of that year. As mentioned above, the Eat'n Tool is the latest incarnation of the Tactical Spork designed by Liong Mah and produced initially by Sal Manaro.
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Created by Defender. Last Modification: Thursday 21 of April, 2016 22:46:11 CEST by sLaughterMed.