Remember the Polygon measuring spoon, which you can fold in four different ways to get you a quartet of differently-sized scoopers? The Ori-Kit expands on that function, using foldable tools to get you full set of handy tools in the kitchen.
A six-piece set, the kit consists of flat tools that you can stack during storage, making it a lot more space-efficient compared to traditional utensils. That also makes them ideal for use on the go, making them an excellent alternative for eating and food preparation during picnics, camping, and outdoor festivals.
The Ori-Kit consists of six tools: three spoons of different sizes, a spatula, a funnel, and a colander. Each spoon can be folded in one of two ways, giving you a total of six measurement sizes, while the spatula provides excellent leverage when folded, so you can use it to turn food on your camping grill without any worries. The funnel should work much like any standard tool like it, although you’ll have to hold it by hand the entire time (you can’t leave it in the mouth of a bottle), while the colander is, basically, a mini-strainer sized to fit in the mouth of standard drinking glasses (so you can squeeze an orange and separate the seeds, for instance). Construction is Teflon and silicone, so they are heat-resistant up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for the Ori-Kit. You can reserve a unit for pledges starting at $32.