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Potato Crisp Hand Keeps Your Fingers Grease-Free

by Chris B.
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I’ll be the first to admit that I’m the kind of geek who spends most of my time in front of a computer or with a controller in my hands. Naturally, I’m going to want food during this time, and chips are an easy go-to snack. The downside is that they always leave your hand greasy and nasty.

potato crisp hand

Eating chips while gaming means wiping off my chip-eating hand after every bite or risking the consequences of having a greasy mouse/controller. I may be a geek, but I’m not a slob. Which is why I usually just go for pretzels.

If you insist on eating greasy snacks like chips (Don’t get me wrong, I’m not going on some health-nut kick here. I loves me some greasy food.), then you might take a look at this wacky £4.99 (appx. $8 USD) Potato Crisp Hand. It has a hand with two fingers that pinch together to pick up snacks.

Just stick it in the bag, press down on the button, and you’ve got yourself a yummy greasy snack without the mess on your hand. Sure, there’s still going to be one on the front of your shirt from the crumbs, but you’ll have to deal with that problem yourself.

[via UberReview]



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