Product DescriptionYou'll be impressed with this set of four pasta forks. The handles are a unique design, which look beautiful when twirling up strands of spaghetti. Made of 18/8 forged stainless steel and imported from China. Hand wash is recommended to keep original finish.It's so easy to use. Starting at the top just slide your fingers down the spiraling fork. As you push down, the spiral design rotates the fork, picking up the perfect bite-size portion of pasta!
- Material: 18/8 stainless steel
- Dimension: 10 1/2" length
- Includes: 2-pc fork
- Care and Clean: Dishwasher safe
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by Mel Champion (2 out of 5 stars)
November 27, 2017
It's much too large to use as a table fork...esp. for children...they wouldn't have a chance (in using it).
The fork is made for twirling your pasta clockwise...for right-handed people. Counter-clockwise doesn't work. The 'twirl' on the fork stem is meant to go only one way: clockwise (as stated above). I'm left-handed.
The forks are much larger than needed in eating, the extended length would be prohibitive in attempting to set them down across the plate (between bites); they would be good in transferring pasta from a main kettle/dish to the diner's plate. U could get a lot of pasta on the two forks quickly. Getting them off, however, would be tricky.
I've seen where pasta can be twirled with a regular fork using a soup spoon at the base. These wouldn't work; they're too large.
They're cheap looking and aren't ergonomically correct; they're too thin and flat. The top of the fork needs some sort of grip on it, to hold the fork while U twirl/twine. I kept dropping the fork while attempting to unwind the pasta.
Putting the pasta into your mouth is challenging also. There's a lot of pasta on the fork; you'd have to continue dipping the pasta into the sauce otherwise, your first bite would have a lot of sauce, but after that; almost nothing.
Fun for kids
by SycoB (4 out of 5 stars)
September 14, 2019
My grandchildren love them and want to use them for every mean
by Zachary T. Smith (4 out of 5 stars)
October 16, 2017
This was a drunk purchase and I'm glad I did. Only drawback is that it's to big for kids
They look Great
by sue (5 out of 5 stars)
August 12, 2019
Love! looks Awesome and so Long most people have NEVER seen anything like these forks
by Beverly Marshall (5 out of 5 stars)
January 29, 2016
Mother in law loved it.
Spiral pasta fork
by Izzy (5 out of 5 stars)
April 15, 2012
Awesome. Just like it shows. Good quality and the family enjoys twirling the pasta. I recommend this product to others. Good in dishwasher too.
by Joseph R. Zarcone (5 out of 5 stars)
July 23, 2016
the kids love it
by MPL023 (2 out of 5 stars)
November 20, 2013
Interesting but not very practical a regular fork and soup spoon work just as well. Not worth the expense. Save your muny for some thing more practical.
Fun and functional. Elegant and easy to use.
by Faye Nix (5 out of 5 stars)
January 5, 2017
Compared to the Mafia style of stuff and slurp, a little practice with the spiral forks and a small dose of coordination will result in far less sauce flipped on the tablecloth and clothes. For years, our family supplemented aset of similar length and style, straight-handled German spaghetti forks and spoons with four of these spiral forks. We just ordered two more pair to help satisfy the growing demands of six kids and 15 grandkids. If you shop for these spiral forks,do the math and look for two pair at less that $40 total compared to a set of four for $80+.
by Anony Bob (5 out of 5 stars)
July 12, 2013
Fun to show to engineers and fun to spin spaghetti with! Maybe it makes you eat too much cause it's so fun to spin. :)
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