HistorySPLAYD® utensils (after the verb to splay - to slant, slope or spread outwards) were invented in Australia by Bill McAurthur of Potts Point, New South Wales in the late 1940's.
SPLAYD® utensils, made from 18/8 stainless steel, have sold over 5 million pieces world wide since their introduction.
SPLAYD® utensils have become a household name and an Australian icon.
The great Aussie idea has changed the way the world eats...single handed!
SPLAYD® utensils are always in demand for gift giving and for entertaining anytime. SPLAYD® utensils are available in sets of 6 or 8 in both polished and satin stainless steel. For entrée's and desserts, why not try the Mini SPLAYD® range. Don't forget to also check out the latest addition to the SPLAYDs® range available in funky red tin gift boxes.
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