The CRKT Eat’N Tool was a pretty neat portable utensil idea, but the spork just seemed a little stubby for my liking. CRKT’s new XL version, however, looks to be a much better fit.
If you look closely, the tines of the spork are also shaped a little differently compared to the original Eat’N Tool, likely because of the XL’s larger size.
Built-in features include a bottle opener, can opener, box wrench, driver/prying tool, and removable carabiner.
It’s made from 3Cr13 steel, which would be eh-okay for a knife, but should be plenty strong and durable enough for an occasionally-used camping/hiking/too-lazy-to-move-from-the-desk eating utensil.
You have a choice between bead blast (model 9110C) and black (9110KC) finishes. MSRP is about $15 for both styles, but the street price is $10-12 if you shop around.
Best Price: Bead-Blasted or Black Finish, via BladeHQ
(BladeHQ also have some new colors of original Eat’N Tools available. Who wouldn’t want to eat from a mini fuchsia-colored spork when camping?!)