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Miyagi titanium chopsticks

For the skilled aficionado, chopsticks can replace the spoon, fork or knife. Miyagi are made from titanium just because we can.

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These chopsticks really can be taken anywhere (perhaps not in your hand luggage though). For the skilled aficionado, chopsticks can replace the spoon, fork or knife. Not just for the camp, take them anywhere.

Key features
  • Grade TA1 pure unalloyed titanium
  • Supplied with soft storage bag
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Vital stats

Material: Titanium TA1
Length: 23 cm
Diameter: 7.5 mm
Weight: 7 g each

Origin: China

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Angry pirate
Great, bombproof chop sticks

Had these as a father's day present and have used them almost every day since.
Very light and easy to clean but let's be honest, that's not why we want them. Mine live in my work bag and I eat lunch with them. Colleagues are very jealous!

Chopstick lover

I love these; lightweight, easy to clean and with a comfortable feel to them. The finish helps with chopsticking 'grip', and is absolutely fine in the mouth (doesn't feel/taste metallic). A really simple, super product.

So-so eaty sticks

The chop sticks themselves are of decent quality. They seem to hold up to some wear and they are comfortable in the hand as well as against your lips. However, it would have been nicer if they came apart at the middle for more compact storage. I'd like to be able to put them in a trouser pocket so they could come along everywhere.
Looking at the sleeve you can clearly tell that this isn't a high end product. Out of the box it had already started fraying and the stitching is hastily done with no effort towards durability or function. Ideally you'd want separate pockets for each piece instead of one big thing. Also, the huge, red Alpkit tag sewn in to the side really is a bit much.
All in all you get what you pay for and nothing more. The Miyagi do their job well enough but if you want something nice for a gift or for your EDC you'd best look elsewhere.

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Mpora November 2016 - Mpora