Single-use plastic cutlery is highly convenient but is noxious for the environment. Magware magnetic flatware from Los Angeles-based Full Windsor is specially designed to tackle the problem of disposable cutlery. Magware utensils are made from 7075-T6 aluminum that is known for its strength and durability.
Working on the belief of Bring Your Own movement could help reduce the number of plastic disposable cutlery that ends up in oceans and landfills, Full Windsor has created Magware.
The handles of the knife, fork, and spoon are embedded with two magnet points and male/female points that enable all three items to snap together into one solid unit.
These utensils are seven inches long and when assembled all weigh 1.6 ounces. The set of three can be slid into an accompanying hypalon pouch to keep them clean and safe.
Available in five beautiful nature-inspired colors, Magware magnetic flatware is up on the Kickstarter for crowd-funding. The campaign is a real buzz on Kickstarter and has amassed $204,970 (at the time of writing) with 17 days still to go.
A pledge of as little as $34 makes you eligible for a Magware cutlery set and a carry pouch, which is expected to ship in April 2020.