I hosted an adult Asian birthday party and had bought this item as favors. of course everyone tried to eat with them, but in the end no one could.lol. some of my guests put them in their hair and others used them as a spear for appitizers. everyone loved them.
March 20, 2012
High Quality Products!
I thought it was disposal ones like we used at Chinese restaurants, but I was surprised for such high quality chopsticks and also with pretty design on the top end of chopsticks. It is really much above my expectation. Highly recommend!
February 13, 2012
We used these to teach a "food and culture" lesson and they were perfect-- very cost effective since we had A LOT of students to purchase them for. Also, they were decorated in nice patterns, which the students enjoyed.
September 27, 2011
Really good deal
These are really good quality chop sticks and the paper wrapper on top looks real - not cheap quality.
January 1, 2011
Best Chop Sticks
I purchase these and they are great quality. this is the second time they were purchase first was about 3 years ago and then recently. the quality has not change. the price however has.
February 25, 2015
Just the thing!
This was exactly what I was looking for and at the right price. I got a lot of sets without a lot of expense. Quality was not top notch but certainly what I had hoped for!
December 23, 2014
Good quality, kids loved using them!
December 11, 2014
Poorer quality than expected
I thought the design was more like a engraving from the pictures. But actually is just plastic shrink wrap on the ends. I should of figured as much based on the price, but was expecting something at least a bit more higher quality.
September 17, 2014
Great quality and pretty, too!
Much nicer than I expected! The chopsticks have beautifully decorated handles and were washable, even though they were cheap enough to be disposable.
July 23, 2014
great quality, excellent price
The chopsticks surpassed expectations for quality. Those who did not use them took them as souvenirs. The people eating the catered Asian food were ages 55-95, so not all were adept enough to use the chopsticks. The remaining chopsticks were put in our thrift shop and sold for profit. The package colors went perfectly with our red and gold theme and were used as part of our table decorations.
June 9, 2014