HapiFork, the vibrating fork

Meant to slow down the pace of your eating as a way to control your weight, HapiFork vibrates if you eat too fast, keeping you mindful of your meal.

HapiFork is mealtime analytics, tracking the number of times you've raised your utensil to your mouth per minute and per meal, and can also track how long it takes you to feed yourself each forkful, how long your meal took overall, and when you started and ended the meal.
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The fork comes in a few cute colors and has a handy little carrying case to make traveling with your high-tech fork easy.
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The fork itself felt a little chunky in my hand and it has small tines that reminded me of a fork you might find in a set of camping silverware.
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HapiFork is meant to slow down the pace of your eating as a way to control your weight. The fork vibrates if you eat too fast, keeping you mindful of your meal.
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Photo by: James Martin/CNET / Caption by:
HapiFork is meant to slow down the pace of your eating as a way to control your weight. The fork vibrates if you eat too fast, keeping you mindful of your meal.
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Photo by: James Martin/CNET / Caption by:
HapiFork tracks the number of times you've raised your utensil to your mouth per minute and per meal, and can also track how long it takes you to feed yourself each forkful, how long your meal took overall, and when you started and ended the meal. It's mealtime analytics.
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