Left Handed Training Chopsticks

Written by on November 6, 2014 in Cool Products, Left-handed Equipment and Tools with 2 Comments

Left-Handed-ChopsticksA pair of left handed training chopsticks made all the difference when a friend wanted to learn to use chopsticks. I have to admit I don’t have a problem with regular chopsticks, even being left-handed, but my friend definitely did. She showed me what made the difference for her. And now has her children learning as well.

Using Left Handed Training Chopsticks

My friend continues to use them regularly, but she does now have the ability to use traditional chopsticks. When we have dined together at Asian restaurants, she will use the chopsticks provided. And she is pretty good at controlling them, too. But, when she eats Asian food at home, she still continues with her training chopsticks.

When I asked her when she was planning to stop using her training chopsticks, her answer was: probably never. She loves them!

Training Chopsticks for the Whole Family

The training chopsticks not only come in a left-handed model, but they also are available for right-handed eaters and for children in various sizes and both left and right-handed models. They have a handy ring where you put your index finger to control the chopstick and hold it properly.

One of my favorite things is that the children’s training chopsticks are available in two stages. Young children who are still learning to control their eating utensils can benefit from the first stage as well as those just learning to handle chopsticks at all.

For left handers who have always had a hard time controlling chopsticks you now have an alternative. What a great way to learn to use chopsticks, or just enjoy eating with this fun utensil.  And be sure to visit our Kitchen Utensils and Gadgets page for more left-handed products.

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  1. Cynthia says:

    This is a very interesting and informative article! It never even occurred to me that some people would need left-handed chop-sticks. If my brother ever had a problem with chopsticks, he sure never told us. Makes me wonder what else caused him a problem and we were simply ignorant to his plight.

  2. Barb says:

    I’ve never heard of it. How cool! I like the idea of a ring against which to brace your finger. I need one of these!

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