Hawk Zing Foldable Portable Chopsticks

It’s been about two and a half years since I wrote about Integral Design’s collapsible chopsticks, which I still think are awesome but seemingly aren’t being sold anywhere online right now. I thus propose an alternative: the Hawk Zing foldable chopsticks, which are made of wood (with copper connection points) instead of plastic and stainless steel.

Rather than simply collapsing inside themselves, these chopsticks twist together or apart using the built-in threaded bits. They look great in use, and as long as you don’t leave them soaking in water too long, they should remain so.

The chopsticks come with a roll-up carrying sleeve with a carabiner for clipping onto your bag while traveling, camping, etc:


Each pair is available in ebony ($11) and rosewood ($10) variants.