|The CRKT Eat'N Tool comes in a variety of colors.|
First, my background with this tool. I have been using the Eat'N Tool for about 5 years now. There have been several times where I wanted to eat something and didn't have a small utensil integrated into my everyday carry (EDC) gear. This led me to search and discover the Eat'N Tool. I have been using it ever since.
While you would carry it mainly for the utensil (Spoon/Fork) function, it also features a Bottle Opener, Screwdriver and 10, 8 & 6mm wrenches.
|The Eat'N Tool comes with a small carabiner|
and can be easily clipped onto a backpack.
The tool is 4.0" in length, 2.3" in width and weighs 1.3 oz. It's small but also heavier than plastic options. You do get the durability of steel, which in my opinion is worth the extra weight. Personally, I always prefer metal utensils due to the fact that cooking in the outdoors often involves using an open flame, where a plastic utensil could scorch or melt.
|To use the Eat'N Tool, there is a hole to stick your|
index finger through that allows you to grip it easily.
If you're looking for an EDC utensil, I would definitely encourage you to give the Eat'N Tool a try. You may find it's just what you're looking for.