Playing hard and long is almost like working out. Because of that it is important to eat well. And what better fruit to eat than a kiwi? With its high content of vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and potassium it is ideal to recover after a night of play and especially at events where fetish dinners have to be coordinated with pre party clean-out, the enzyme actinidain helps the digestion. Also, with its fluffy furry and anal bead like shape, the kiwi is definitely one of the kinkiest fruits. But sometimes a kiwi can be hard to eat so let’s see if this device is helpful.
The kiwi spoon is made out durable and sturdy ABS, polypropylene to be exact, in a fresh and gay lime green. Cleaning-wise it beats almost every toy I have ever reviewed! Just toss it in the dishwasher and be done with it. Also, being made by Tupperware, it will most likely outlast any toy in my collection (well, except the aluminum paddles probably) so it is something that you grandchildren will still enjoy! Though from a desing point of view, it is a bit dull. There is no texture or graphics on the backside. For a tool which to a certain extend is supposed to appeal to ABDLs eating mushy things, this is a lost opportunity.
While form follows function on the Kiwi Spoon, the design is particular. Unlike a traditional spoon where spoon dish is in the middle, the Tupperware spoon as one straight edge at the top and the rest bulges towards the bottom. The first 45mm of the 120mm overall length are occupied by a 35mm wide and 5mm spoon dish.
From the dish’s apex on, the spoon’s is a concave arch with a minimum body diameter of 22mm for better grip and handling. At the end of the body it bulges a little bit so even when you attack the kiwi with vigor, your hands do not slip. But despite this safety feature I would not advice to eat your fruit with too much force because the firm of the concave arch and the bulge feature toothing and slipping over the toothing is painful.
Eating with the Kiwi Spoon
In theory the Tupperware Kiwi Spoon sounds like a compelling kink event traveling companion: It is small and light, easily stored in a toiletry bag and so always at hand when needed. The whole package sounds also compelling because the toothing promises the ability to cut a kiwi in half – even when traveling just with carry-on. Well… this only works if your kiwi has the right ripeness degree! Often the toothing is too dull (and thus the carry-on capability) or you squash the fruit. Regardless if you want to cut the fruit in half, skin it or if you try to cut the stalk from the skin, in most cases it either doesn’t work or ends in a big mess. Naturally, once you cut the fruit in half, you need to clean the tool thoroughly before using it as a spoon. Otherwise you fingers will be very sticky.
Also the spoon dish is only mediocre. The design is great. The curvature and depth is perfect for carving out most of the delicious fruit flash in one scoop. But again only in case you have a perfect, DIN & ISO normed kiwi. And let’s be honest: Thinking back to all those kink event hotels and post LAB brunches, how often did you have a sweetspot-ripe kiwi? Because as soon as the pulp becomes too firm, a metal spoon is the better alternative. And while the dish is lavishly dimensioned, the handle is too short for real leverage and digging the fruit flesh out of the skin cup. Because your fingers are quite close to the fruit, you have to be really careful during your digging! Otherwise juice spills onto your hand and you have to wash them.
In terms of versatility, the Kiwi Spoon is almost a one-trick pony. It works perfectly with green and yellow kiwis and eating dragon fruit can is most of the time a joyful experience. One testee reported great experiences eating a banana. So if you are weird like my friends and eat a banana, go for that spoon. Also pomegranates are eaten easily with this spoon – if you are sitting naked in the shower! Otherwise you will have to throw away your cloths and renovate the room you are sitting in! Looking at other spoonable fruits like grapefruits it fails completely and for melons it is simply too small.
|Conclusion: Okish with kiwis, horrible with other fruits.|
|Pros||Cons||Where to get||Price|
|Deep spoon dish||Spoon too dull||Tupperware||Some money, around 6€|
|Small and light||Toothing does not really cut|
|Can be put into carry-on|
|In expensive||Handle too short|