Greasy or crumb-laden snack fingers have long mystified everyone looking to get some bites in during a gaming or work sesh without having to make a mess of your devices. Thanks to a nifty and clever new invention called Snactiv, that conundrum looks to finally be solved.
Snactiv is a revolutionary new invention from founders Kevin Choi and Edwin Cho that uses an ergonomic and comfortable design to rid snackers of messy piles of napkins, sloppy fingers and crumbs getting everywhere. No more crusty fingers and smudged devices, simply keep working or playing while you're snacking.
Though they operate pretty much like chopsticks, Snactiv fits snugly and conveniently on your fingers and allows you to have your hands free to do whatever else.
The clever tool was so essential that it acquired some key investments on the TV show Shark Tank from inventor and entrepreneur Lori Greiner and actor and comedian Kevin Hart.