CRKT Guppie and Eat'N Tool Combo

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Solid reviews (4.3 out of 5.0) over at amazon

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CRKT Guppie and Eat’N Tool Combo
Price: $12.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Nov 27 to Friday, Nov 28) + transit
Condition: New

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Woot… please stop the NY funny business! You can ship knivs in a majority of the state. I’ve bought at least 2 very sharp knives on amazon in the past year.

PASS ON IT !!!. Cheap garbage !. Save your money.

Great idea . Bad though because the bits for the drive are in a little plastic holder poorly connected to the unit , and will fall off and get lost if you clip it on your belt , useless now

Does the spork attach to the multi-tool to make one big unit or is it a separate thing to carry?

Honestly, what happened to shipping to NY, you can buy pretty much any knife on any other site and ship it to NY

It looks like a separate thing altogether, I don’t think the two fit together in the way you’d want them to.

I carry my Guppie and use it all the time. It’s handy, and isn’t too big to carry comfortably.

Don’t clip it to your belt, put it in a pocket and use the clip to keep it from sliding down. Then if the bits fall off, they’re in your pocket.

As a bonus, if you get stopped by police, it doesn’t LOOK like a knife. (It’s legal anyway–no lock on the blade.)

I’ve never used nor carried the Eat’N tool. Camping, maybe.

My wife bought me an Eat 'n Tool a few years ago for Christmas, as a stocking stuffer. I’ve used it exactly ZERO times. There’s no way I would put that thing anywhere near my mouth, or my food.

Yeah, it’s hard to tell from photos how unweildy it really is. It’s made from pretty thick steel, it’s an awkward shape, and the spoon doesn’t have enough dish to hold much liquid.