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Stainless Steel ChopstiX

model # T-206
$17.95

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Lightweight Alternative to Normal Utensils

Asian tradition for backcountry enthusiasts! ChopstiX are a lightweight and simple alternative to Western cutlery. Their polished stainless steel shafts and tapered wooden tips make them attractive while their compact snap-together design and handy nylon case make carrying them a breeze.

Features

  •  Polished stainless steel handles
  • Wooden tips
  • Compact snap-together design
  • Nylon carrying case

Specifications 

  • Weight: 0.7 ounces (22 grams)
  • Size: 4.6"L (stored)/8"L (in use)  (118-203 mm) 

Asian tradition for backcountry enthusiasts! ChopstiX are a lightweight and simple alternative to Western cutlery. Their polished stainless steel shafts and tapered wooden tips make them attractive while their compact snap-together design and handy nylon case make carrying them a breeze.

Features:

  • Snap-together stainless steel shafts for compact and easy transport
  • Tapered wooden tips for better food handling
  • Nylon carrying case included

Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.7ounces (22 grams)
  • Length (stored): 4.6 inches (118 mm)
  • Length (extended): 8.0 inches (203 mm)

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Question:

Is it possible/easy or, better yet, intentionally designed to have the wood replaceable if/when they are too old, dirty or possibly broken? Also what kind of wood is it? Thanks.

By Gunnar
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • We do not carry replacement wood parts, but can certainly help you out if you ever need a new pair of chopsticks. The wood used is red sandalwood.
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019
Question:

Hey there, I love my chopstix, but I noticed that the wood is getting dry. Is there a way to take care of it? Thanks! :)

By Jean-Mathieu Chenier
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • Thank you! Yes, after you wash it and dry it, lightly coat the wood with olive oil or similar food safe oil and let it sit out over night. Once it sets, you should only have to oil them periodically.
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019