After raising $123,306 on our titanium chopsticks in 2018, we're back with an upgrade! Introducing our Solid Titanium chopsticks 3.0 new for 2022!
Solid 100% Titanium chopsticks with a simple, elegant design.
Our new Solid Titanium Chopsticks are:
Our new Solid Titanium Chopsticks are CMC milled from a single piece of solid 100% Grade 1 (CP1) Titanium! CP1 is the purest form of Titanium that is the most resistant to corrosion.
The slim tips with eight convex grooves make them easier for gripping dishes or even heavy food.
Our new chopsticks have polished tips and matte cubic tops.
Our new chopsticks have polished tips and matte cubic tops. The grippy texture will keep them firmly in your hand!
The cubic design of the tops prevents chopsticks from rolling away while the slim tips are cylindrical design, which integrates the ancient ideas of the orbicular sky and rectangular Earth.
Keep your hands clean and safe while eating hot and oily snacks!
9 inches in length, 1.48oz. Perfect weight of balance and offer a more comfortable experience. Be proud of yourself for using chopsticks and enjoy noodles perfectly and securely without any worry that noodles will slip.
Each pair of Titanium chopsticks comes with a steel rest and travel bag. Both the chopsticks and the rest can be cleaned in the dishwasher. It is also very convenient to take with you anywhere and anytime, and a perfect gift for those you love!
Chopsticks are thought to have a long history of over 5000 years. Originating from China, they began to spread to Japan and Korea by 500 A.D. So far, chopsticks are becoming popular utensils in restaurants and hotels across the globe.
Nowadays, chopsticks serve many new functions besides tableware. For example, you can buy a pair as a gift for your friends and relatives. In Chinese, it reads 'Kuaizi', which means to have sons soon, so a newly-married couple is happy to receive it as their wedding gift.
Using chopsticks has become more and more popular because of its benefits,
Chopsticks are adored and used around the world. A recent experiment shows that many joints and muscles are being exercised, improving your dexterity over time.