Have you been to a party or gathering where you have a cup in one hand and a plate in the other hand which made you wander how you are ever going to partake your food unless you find a helping hand or a flat surface to hold your cup?
Well, Kyle Donovan has found a solution for this and you and I are left pondering "Why didn't I think of that?!"
|Photo by courtesy of Ifork.com|
With his Icup and Iplate, you can now hold both your cup and plate in one hand while the other hand is free to use your utensils or even shake hand with another person.
Click here for iCup iPlate and here for Brooklyn man's invention a hit on Shark Tank.
And, with his iFork and other iFlatware, your eating-end of your utensils will not touch base with the table directly. This nifty touch would work very well with restaurants.
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Hmm, maybe this could work for chopsticks and chinaware spoon, as well, with some adaptation.