Crumb-free snacking thanks to finger sticks from $0.68
We love practical little everyday helpers. But are these finger sticks really as practical as stated or just something really unnecessary?
- Finger sticks
Who hasn’t been there, sitting at the PC or laptop, maybe even at the cell phone or tablet, and the little hunger pangs come over you. No time and no desire to put the device aside, but the greasy chips, crumbly cookies or sugary wine gums smile at you too temptingly? The risk of messing up the screen or mouse with dirty hands is simply too high, but is starving really an alternative?
Don’t worry, because for these applications there is of course a gadget from the infinite depths of AliExpress: the finger sticks. If you think you could just use normal chopsticks, you’re probably right. But you would have to pick them up, put them down and pick them up again, and you can’t continue gaming or swiping during that time.
Of course, this looks quite different with the finger sticks. These are simply clamped between the index and middle fingers, so that the fingers themselves can still be moved, albeit a little restricted, and at the same time snacks can be picked up with the sticks by squeezing the knuckles. You can choose between black, gray or white. So it won’t be too colorful at snack time.
The finger sticks themselves are made of plastic and 8 x 6 x 0.5 cm in size. It is not in the description, but I assume that you can also simply put them in the dishwasher after use.
Of course, the chopsticks can also pass as an alternative for those who are not able to eat with normal chopsticks (*cough*Thorben*cough*) or simply do not want to learn otherwise. Even if I’m not a fan of bypassing learning, it’s actually not that hard to eat with chopsticks 😀
How do we feel about the finger sticks? Personally, I think it’s a fun idea, especially as a little gift for the “gamblers” you know and any other little foodies. Perhaps also the ideal gift for Christmas or Secret Santa. For the little money you can at least not do much wrong, or what do you think?To the gadget