Experience the Knork dining difference

The Knork is a fork and knife in one which allows the user to cut into food using a simple rocking motion. The outer bevelled tines provide highly effective cutting without being sharp. It is the perfect dining tool for anyone with limited grip or issues with hand dexterity.


The Knork incorporates a stylish finger platform providing more comfort and reduces effort. It introduces a new level of functionality to tableware designed to compliment your dining experience. It is crafted from the finest grade stainless steel which guarantees quality and durability. Not only does it help with reduced grip, it is also fantastic for parties, buffets, and functions and a must for those lazy evening TV dinners! The Knork makes a great addition to your cutlery or a superb, interesting and unique gift. Knork is supplied in a rigid plastic carry case, ideal for carrying in your bag or pocket.

Enhance your dining experience

  • Ergonomically designed
  • Combines innovation and function
  • Designed for how you naturally eat
  • Perfectly weighted
  • Suitable for both right and left-handed use

How it helps?

The Knork is perfectly weighted and suited for both right and left handed use. With its speciality tines the knork will easily cut through your food using a rocking motion. It also has an additional finger or thumb platform for added leverage.


Brand Knork
Material Stainless Steel
Dimensions 23 x 2 cm
What's included? x1 knork
Origin Made in China
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£9.42 inc. VAT

Experience the Knork dining difference


Frequently asked questions

Will the Knork cut you?

No, it is not have a sharp or serrated edge. It is a combination of several modifications that allow the Knork to cut without harming the user. The rounded, thinned tines create a bevelled edge that allows the user to use a rocking motion to cut through foods. The finger platform provides comfort and leverage while using the fork to cut.

Is it suitable for both right and left handed use?

Yes, the finger platform and rounded, thinned tines flank both sides of the utensil.

How do I care for my Knork?

With proper care, the Knork is designed to last for many years. Stainless steel is a hearty material that resists rust much better than other flatware mediums due to the presence of chromium, leading it to become the predominant manufacturing material used in flatware production. Its name means that it "stains less”, but stainless steel is not a 100% infallible material. Stainless steel does not readily corrode, rust or stain with water as ordinary steel does. However, it is not fully stain-proof in low-oxygen, high-salinity, or poor air-circulation environments.

As far as care, we do recommend using a non-citrus scented liquid detergent if possible, and avoiding compacted tablets (an example of these is the “Finish” brand tablets with the red “power” balls in the middle-these tend to be harsher and can damage the top coat of the stainless steel, which would cause rusting or spotting to occur.

Avoiding soaking pieces for any extended period of time is also important: stainless steel hates damp and dark environments, so a wet sink is a perfect place for rust/corrosion to thrive. Rinse pieces of any acidic residue or food (mayo, ketchup, butter, mustard, sour cream, etc.) until you can fully wash and put away, and make sure pieces are clean and dry before going in your drawer, making sure there is no pooled water anywhere on the surface. Using a high heat drying cycle in your machine will ensure that pieces are not sitting with water spots on them in a rust-friendly environment after a completed wash cycle.

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