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Chopstick Master - Special Chopstick Bundle
Chopstick Master by Bridge City Toolworks

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Our Price: $395.99

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Product Code: BCT-803302-BUNDLE

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This week only, order Chopstick Master and get 3 packs of chopstick blanks for free. $149.97 Value!

The Chopstick Master™ allows anybody, regardless of experience, age 8 and up, to make a pair of gallery quality ,Chinese Chopsticks (5mm) and Japanese Chopsticks (2mm). Each chopstick starts out as a 270mm x 7mm square blank. When completed, it becomes a gracefully tapered chopstick that is square on the outboard end and transitions to an octagonal tip either 2mm or 5mm in diameter. The finish of the wood, because it was cut with a block plane, is as smooth as you can make wood. The final touch, a pyramidal finial, is cut with Japanese blade which is mounted on the side of the Chopstick Master™. This cut elevates the chopstick from amateur to professional status. It is possible for one’s very first woodworking project to be perfect even by someone with ZERO woodworking skills. The Chopstick Master™ comes complete with enough blanks to make 10 pairs of chopsticks, and when you divide the cost of the kit by 10, you can get a ball park cost for a pair of chopsticks. Over a period of time, as you make more and more chopsticks, the initial cost of the unit becomes almost negligible. Currently in the U.S., hand-made finished chopsticks are retailing around $60, and they can go much higher. For those of you who have a creative voice that needs to be heard, chopsticks make a great platform for expression. They can be painted, air-brushed, gilded, lacquered, embellished, and the list goes on. We have seen chopsticks in both China and Japan that are well north of $500. They make terrific gifts. The Chopstick Master™ is an all metal base and is designed to last multiple generations.

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