When you live in a society that moves at the speed of thought, there is a danger to eat at the same rate. And we use the word “danger” here because when you eat too quickly, you usually eat too much and your body doesn’t break the nutrients down as it should. Enter the HAPIfork, a kitchen utensil unlike any other that tells you when you’re being too much of a pig at the trough.
HAPIfork sends vibration alerts when it thinks you’re eating too quickly. It uses capacitance detection, hand-to-mouth distance and online data platforms to log your progress, all in an effort to get you to slow down at the dinner table. So for every guy whose Mother ever said, “Chew your food, dammit, you’re eating too fast!” this is the utensil for you.
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