Step 9: Finished!

After you're happy with the smoothness, polish, and shine of the Knorkoon, give it a wash in soap and water and it's ready for use!

Mine ended up being a little less than 6 inches long and weighs...well, I can't tell you exactly how much it weighs since I don't have a scale.  A couple ounces at most but definitely less than a separate, knife, fork, and spoon.

I think one could soften the handle with some Sugru but I don't have any.  Maybe in another update.

Well, only thing left to do is grab some grub, a bottle of beer, and enjoy both using your brand new Knorkoon!

Also, if you like this, don't forget to vote for it in the What Can You Do With a Dremel Tool? contest!

jmonty4 years ago
that is awesome. you should market that man
there is already a fork/spoon of similar design on the market.. its plastic you can buy them at Cabelas i have made a out 6 of these now though i welded mine rather than used epoxy its a great addition to my gear thanks for the Ible
Kalibar074 years ago
i have to say i have looked all over this site for all kinds of different items to add to my survival collection.. this is definitely one i believe will be a great addition to my gear... great ible keep em commin