The Knork is a unique and innovative eating utensil ideal for a multitude of dining experiences and users. The Knork is a fork that features bevelled edge along one side of the fork tines, which allows you to use it as a knife. By applying a rocking motion and pressure to the side of the Knork, you can cut through all different types of food with ease without having to use a “sawing” motion.
The Knork is ideal for those who only have one hand available for eating; this totally removes the need for 2 pieces of cutlery when dining, and the symmetrical designs means it can be used in either the left or right hand. Although the cutting side of the Knork is capable of tackling even the toughest of foods, what makes the Knork special is that bevelled edge is not sharp. This can offer extra safety for those with limited dexterity and also makes the Knork safe enough for children to use.
This innovative and award winning cutlery design comes in a number of ranges, including foam handled Knorks, full flatware dining sets, steak/butter Knorks and also a smaller range of salad cutlery and plastic picnic Knorks.
Each original Knork features a stylish and contemporary design and made from Stainless Steel, providing a durable eating utensil that is suitable for dishwashers and will remain in fantastic condition for years to come.
The Salad range of Knorks are slightly smaller than the original Knorks, making them lightweight and easier to use for children and those with weaker wrists who may find ordinary cutlery too cumbersome.
The plastic Picnic range of Knorks are as stylish and durable as the original Stainless Steel model, and are light enough to be taken away for picnics or eating whilst on the go.
The Knork has garnered millions of users and devotees the world over, and the practical and inclusive design of each Knork has provided many, especially those with disabilities, the ability to dine with comfort and ease.
“after two weeks of use I am more than happy with the item. It is embarrassing enough being disabled and any attempt to produce items like this is to be encouraged… the utensil is ideal for limited physical capabilities without screaming ‘special needs’ or ‘disabled’. I will be using this seller again and the ‘Knork’ is a resounding success… thank-you.”