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Light My Fire Spork

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Light My Fire Spork
4.3 out of 5 based on 22 user reviews.

Cred: 470
Review by godseye on Jun. 16, 2008
One of the best things I have ever bought. I take them on the trail and take them to work. They are light as a feather and two of them is all you will ever need. Use one as a fork and one as a knife when necessary.

Cred: 688
Review by fb_20613207 on Jan. 18, 2008
Clever design, light, bascially indestructible, take it backpacking or leave it in your glove box. Wherever you might need silverware its great

Cred: 476
Review by fb_722631787 on Feb. 06, 2008
Light. Easy to use.
A little short to use in freeze dried dinners. It broke half-way though my trip but because something fell on it.

Cred: 441
Review by Kitmonster on May. 21, 2008
I like the double-ended functionality more than some combination versions
the knife edge on the fork gets tricky
any other spork or foon, really.

Cred: 858
Review by merlesray on Jun. 20, 2008
Most useful device! Use spoon to stir beverage and fork to eat without getting one or the other dirty by putting it on the ground.
I lose these easily

Cred: 550
Review by tdpitts on Jul. 19, 2011
Exactly what they say they are. Nice combination, can switch between fork & spoon, as well as use knife blade.
Not metal, so be careful around heat.
titanium model

Cred: 951
Review by Bassnick on Sep. 01, 2011
This thing changed the way I camp. I have a few of them and Id never have thought how useful it is. Its a fork, and a spoon and not as awkward as normal sporks can be.

Cred: 3607
Review by Sapdawg1 on Oct. 20, 2011
Light... multi-function... cheap!
Wish the handle was a little longer and I feel like I have to treat with kid gloves. Just worried they will snap... but hasn't happened yet.

Cred: 8
Review by aclauver on Nov. 03, 2012
light, knife works good, durable
i didnt feel like looking for my tire levers this morning and used my spork for basically everything the past year so i tried to pry off my mtb tire with it, and it broke.

Cred: 212
Review by jjuran on Mar. 08, 2011
Best piece of cutlery I have ever bought. Great gift also! I use them in the woods on the ice and in the dorm room. Great piece of gear!
Only four colors

Cred: 12
Review by cataiv on Feb. 22, 2011
Wonderful all purpose silverwear! Lightweight yet very durable. I will never carry another utensil around

Cred: 8
Review by fb_1541460192 on Mar. 09, 2008
Only 1 utensil needed
akward to hold. Weird texture. hard to pack
same material, but with 2 or 3 utensils

Cred: 601
Review by steiger on Jan. 16, 2008
its a sporife
it can get dirty if you were using the spoon then switch to the fork

Cred: 1376
Review by clover on Jul. 21, 2008
Everything you need in one, lighter than titanium!
A little short for use in the jetboil

Cred: 368
Review by coach cal on Mar. 03, 2008
cool idea.
can get kinda messy. short for freezer bags.
spork will work better

Cred: 290
Review by alphatype on Oct. 17, 2011
It's really durable, doesnt burn/melt or break easily, just great design!

Cred: 468
Review by hrafn on Oct. 26, 2008
Very convenient.

Cred: 350
Review by InfiniteStealth on Mar. 05, 2009
Very versatile and lightweight utensil.

Cred: 51
Review by fb_738116829 on Feb. 25, 2008
light. always comes in handy.

Cred: 405
Review by mgkerr on Nov. 16, 2008
too cool

Cred: 2
Review by fb_1183590185 on Feb. 07, 2008

Cred: 0
Review by clockwork on Oct. 15, 2008
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