April 15, 2007
Curvware — ErgoChic
From the website:
Curvware eating utensils were designed to be to flatware what the lever-handle is to the round door knob. Anyone who prefers the lever-handle to the round door knob will appreciate Curvware for many of the same reasons. The squeezing motion needed to use both flatware and the round door knob is totally unnecessary when using Curvware. For this reason, the user experiences the same ease of use and unparalleled comfort that has no equal among flatware and chopsticks.
Curvware is the original ergonomic handle. It is included in a permanent collection of one of the country's most prestigious design museums and has been displayed in traveling exhibits on ergonomics and design around the country.
Each Curvware utensil is individually hand-crafted by Italian artisans of 18/10 stainless steel.
A three-piece setting (knife, fork and spoon) is $99.
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Hey Bob - look at the website and you will get an answer to your question about storage.
What's $99.00 to own the most comfortable eating utensils in history?
Posted by: Mark Wilson | Apr 23, 2007 9:18:11 PM
Three piece set for $99? You must be from Keswick. Plus, how do you store these things anyway?
Posted by: Bob | Apr 16, 2007 9:39:12 AM
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