Fondue Forks on VTélé

Onetopick illuminated fondue forks were featured on VTélé as one of a few great Christmas gift ideas created by Quebec inventors on December 1, 2013.   Watch the segment here (in French):

Keynote Speaker at OTPG

Jean-Pierre Rapin, the inventor of Onetopick illuminated fondue forks was the keynote speaker tonight at the Annual Assembly of the Ordre des technologues professionnels du Québec. His talk was entitled “De l’idée à la réalisation” (How an idea became reality). Learn more here (in French).

To light up your meals…

By Charles Laviolette, Business section of InfoPortneuf Jean-Pierre Rapin, a Saint-Raymond (QC, Canada) resident, is the inventor of the first illuminated fondue forks, a product that is being manufactured in China and will soon be marketed here in Canada. According to him, China can’t be beat when you’re looking at manufacturing your inventions. In addition […]

Onetopick on CHOI Radio X

Onetopick illuminated fondue forks were the subject of a discussion on CHOI Radio X, a Quebec City-based radio station. Listen to the discussion that took place between Mr. Yves Therrien, journalist at Le Soleil and the hosts of Le show tard (in French) below.

The invention of illuminated fondue forks

Originally published in French in Le Soleil. (Quebec) The idea for creating easy-to-identify illuminated fondue forks came to Mr. Jean-Pierre Rapin following a fondue dinner during which one of the guests complained about someone else constantly stealing his fork and meat. “The morning following the dinner,” he told le Soleil in an interview, “I began […]