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Restless Chopsticks: Love It or Hate It?

Better Living Through Design recently posted about these Restless Chopsticks. They're uniquely shaped with a thinner tip that doesn't touch the table. Designed by Mikiya Kobayashi, they're really quite clever. This way, the part that goes in your mouth doesn't have to touch the table. I like them, but what about you? What do you think of these Restless Chopsticks? Available in mustard, red, black, or off-white for $12 each.

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beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
nice idea, but i agree with what Jennifer said.
Diana172 Diana172 9 years
that's fantastic! I hate resting them on my plate.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Lexi makes a good point!
lexichloe lexichloe 9 years
Sorry, I'm a traditionalist when it comes to things like this. Chopsticks should be treated like they have always been. If you're too lazy to place your chopsticks into a dish...well, we as Americans have become too lazy. Just grab a fork if you can't deal.
figurine figurine 9 years
Neat, what's there to dislike.
cindeerella cindeerella 9 years
haha i agree with japanese76 (chinese ppl use the other side too) --well, at least my familyi does hahaha
tati33 tati33 9 years
good idea, crazy price.. put them on your plate or a napkin
starkiss23 starkiss23 9 years
I think it's a great idea for those of us who aren't as adept at wielding chopsticks.. and thus set them on the corner of our plate only to knock them all over the place.
rubialala rubialala 9 years
it's a good idea.
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Oh, but I was also going to say that I know Chinese style you only use that end of the chopsticks. But, Japanese style, you flip your chopsticks and use the other end to dip into common dishes. So, you'd actually need chopsticks that do like a superman thing, and don't touch the table on either side. :rotfl:
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 9 years
One less thing to put on the table lol :)
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Great idea, but a little expensive. I usually rest my chopsticks on the side of my plate as well, but I still like this idea.
skinnyforme skinnyforme 9 years
they're not real chopsticks then. sorry, i'm chinese and i grew up with eating with chopsticks that touch the table ;P
gooniette gooniette 9 years
too expensive, but a great idea.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
That is a great idea! I hate when they touch the table because you put them in your mouth!!!
Schaianne Schaianne 9 years
Ok, that is a silly price for a convenience feature. =P Ever heard of chopstick rests ... or the side of your plate or bowl? I'll pass.
dpbluiz13 dpbluiz13 9 years
These are a great idea. I need new chopsticks.
kothmia kothmia 9 years
I usually do rest my chopsticks on my plate, but this still looks like a cool idea.
davie-k davie-k 9 years
What a great idea!
staceyleeroberts staceyleeroberts 9 years
These are cool looking, but I'm not sure why people aren't resting their chopsticks on their plates, chopstick holders or your folded wrapper for disposable chopsticks so the tips aren't touching the table. I eat with chopsticks a lot, even at home, as a long time ago I heard that you eat slower and take smaller bites with chopsticks and thus eat less. It has become a habit now.
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