Kitsch 'n' Fun Spaghetti Twirling Fork Reviews
Product Type: Kitsch 'N' Fun gadgets
Description:Brand: Kitsch 'n' Fun / Type: Battery powered spaghetti twirling fork
Newest Review: ... fork is quite a hefty looking utensil, with the main handle being a long, curvilinear shape. The bottom end of the fork is ... more
Customer Kitsch 'n' Fun Spaghetti Twirling Fork Reviews (5)
by - written on 02/02/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Kitsch 'n' Fun Spaghetti Twirling Fork I bought a Kitsch 'n' Fun Spaghetti Twirling Fork for my partner as a bit of a jokey birthday present. He had seen an advert for them on the TV and said that they looked amazing, but not only this I know he would rather have any pasta other than spaghetti as he finds it messy to eat, whereas I LOVE spaghetti and so I thought I could kill two birds with one stone with this gift. The Fork Itself The spaghetti folk comes in a plastic sealed see through packet, much like a toothbrush wrapping. There are many different colours and patterns to choose from in the range and I went for the chequered red and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/11, updated on 20/11/11 (Very useful, 6 readings)
We bought this battery operated spaghetti fork for our little lad about six months ago because although he does not eat spaghetti, one of his favourite foods at the moment is noodles. He would eat them for every mealtime if we let him. He does have problems though in getting the noodles onto the cutlery and then getting this into his mouth and more ofen than not they get spilt either down his front, on the table or on the floor, every time he tries to eat them. This cost us just under five pounds and we bought it from a cookware shop while we were on a family holiday as we thought it looked fun and it might help him to eat his noodles a bit better. He was also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
A couple of years ago I won a noodle twisting fork from Pot Noodle, it was a great idea but actually broke within a couple of weeks of me receiving it. I was disappointed as I'd given it to (then) two year old Hollie to use as she's always adored spaghetti bolognese but would naturally struggle to get the spaghetti onto her fork - the noodle fork was fab and allowed her to be completely independent at meal times, which is just what the little madam likes. She was quite put out when the fork broke, but there was nothing I could do about it so that was that. Then one day while I was shopping in Redditch I came across a similar looking thing, only this one made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Prior to my review of the Kitsch 'n' Fun Spaghetti Twirling Fork I had a glance to see what others had thought of it on the other reviews on here and it made me wonder....is it wrong for a 26 year old male bought one of these for himself? Because I did but it seems the Kitsch 'n' Fun Spaghetti Twirling Fork is perhaps aimed at the younger market to make eating more fun! I first heard of twirling forks really through the ongoing Pot Noodle promotion which I never won. I saw one of this in a discount store for just under three pounds and being a big kid at heart decided to give it a go and to be frank it has been used virtually non stop every since. I am one for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/12 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Kitsch 'N' Fun Twirling Spaghetti Fork A few years ago we got this for my daughter as a bit of a joke of a birthday present. She loves spaghetti but has an impossible time trying to eat it! She normally ends up putting it on her fork and sucking it. This is funny, but not extremely convenient! So as a bit of fun, we got her this! The Idea Not that hard to understand really. If your kid (I say that, but adults could use it!) has trouble eating spaghetti, noodles or tagliatelle then they can use this fork. You insert the fork into the food, press the switch and watch it do its magic. It turns clockwise and the stringy food becomes wrapped around ... Read the complete review
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