Created by Plei Design, these collapsible and reusable titanium chopsticks double as a tiny set of nunchucks. So when you’re not picking up individual grains of rice with them, you can improve your manual dexterity by flinging them around like a martial arts master.
These reusable, washable chopsticks from Ippinka feature anti-slip silicone tips, which make gripping food easier. They’re heat-resistant up to 392ºF/200ºC so you can use them to stir or grab items straight from a hot pan. They’re available in two lengths (9.8″ or 11.8″) with either red or yellow tips. Save when you buy two pair.
This unique modular shelving system features boards made entirely from recycled chopsticks. The sustainably-made shelves come in three widths and attach securely to metal wall frames to provide height flexibility. Mix and match components to make exactly the shelving unit you want.
ChopValue recycles bamboo chopsticks into decor and furniture. Their collection includes coasters, serving boards, shelving, standing desks, and even a block-stacking game, with pattern created by stacking and laminating the wood utensils. The company also empowers community-level recycling with microfactories.
These beautifully-crafted metal chopsticks offer substance and permanence, while nodding to tradition with their bamboo-inspired form. Each one is molded from pure titanium, which won’t rust, and is resistant to germs. Available in black, silver, grey, or gold.
If you’ve ever taken a close look at the instructions on a pack of chopsticks, there’s a good chance that it ends with the rather silly statement “Now You Can Pick Up Anything!” We always imagined a bowling ball would be a good test of our newfound lifting skills. We guess Corridor has had similar thoughts.