Vegan Kitchen Tools
The iSpoon Kitchen Stylus
"A Stirring Stylus for Any Tech Chef"
Touch Screens in the KITCHEN!
I’m in the kitchen, gooey fingers, the iPhone rings, what to do? At first, a quick wipe does NOT work, fingers still too damp for the screen! Missed the call! Next, the iPad screen goes to sleep while preparing a ChezBettay.com recipe. I found out that floured fingers won’t swipe to wake up the iPad, the screen gets dusted, what to do? Answer, invest in the newest high-tech kitchen gadget, the Umbra iSpoon Kitchen Stylus created by Designer Jordan Murphy.
A wooden spoon with rubber on the end, so simple, so practical, so obvious for a high-tech kitchen! Why didn’t I think of this? Designer Jordan Murphy has hit the kitchen tool market with a much needed tool for keeping iPad and iPhone screens accessible when sticky fingers won’t work on the screen. At first I thought the iSpoon was just a novelty tool, but after using it for several days, I’ve found that it’s an indispensable tool in the Chez Bettay Kitchen. Yes, I own other stylus versions, but I can never find them when needed. The iSpoon can be found easily and stands up in a tool cup or lays on the counter beside my iPad so it’s right where I need it. Its size, shape, and function means this stylus won’t get misplaced.
Features of the iSpoon
The iSpoon is a simple smooth-finished wooden spoon with two-inches of a black finger-like material covering three-quarters of the handle. This rubbery black part fits onto the handle with a wooden peg, so it might need to be pushed into place if the handle is pressed too hard against a flat surface. Its length is 7 1/4 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide. Yes, you can stir and taste with it, but I’m only going to use it for scrolling, setting the iPhone timer/alarm, and navigating recipes on my iPad and iPhone when my hands are sticky, wet, or covered in flour.
The Designer of the Umbra iSpoon Kitchen Stylus
- Jordan Murphy
A graduate of the furniture design program at Sheridan College in Toronto, Jordan is drawn to design for its potential to affect people's lives. He consistently attempts to reconsider the way we design, manufacture and use objects with the goal of encouraging more thoughtful relationships with the objects we own.
"Smart" Gift Giving
For friends that already own tech toys and cook, I think I’ll keep a few of these in my “gift-giving-box” for last minute gifts. No one will be disappointed with an iSpoon! Present an iSpoon wrapped with a bow the next time you require a hostess gift for your smartphone friends.
The iSpoon COST
The best part of the iSpoon Kitchen Stylus is the COST, a mere $9.50!
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