Snow Peak Titanium Spork
4 out of 5 based on 9 user reviews.
|Is it gimmicky? yeah, a bit, but why take functionality so seriously - have a little fun with yourself you techie outdoor geek - embrace it! along with a lexan sierra cup, the snowpeak spork makes my camping mess kit. It's light and sturdy and with a short section of para cord, it's real safe from losing.|
|While it's got a nice long handle and can double to stir the pot on your cook stove, it is not an ideal spork for every cooking duty.|
It is a little shallow in depth, so while it has a large surface area for scooping, it's not as others have noted a good "soup" spoon.
|Nice and light. What else are you gonna eat Ramen noodles with?|
|I stopped using it because it (1) wasn't long enough for Jet Boil 1 liter pot, and (2) was scratching the JetBoil nonstick coating.|
|Review by marks on Oct. 29, 2007|
|If you can afford a $10 spoon, more power to you. IMO this is a novelty item. If your friend gives it to you as a gift, by all means use it while camping. But if you don't have an unlimited budget, I would keep your cash and stick with 2 plastic forks (one as a backup). Your knife acts as a great backup fork as well if both those fail.|
|Very strong Very light wight|
Its a spork what more can you want?? a knife too? too bad!
|its alittle bulky and it always cuts the zipplock bag.|
|Saw this and similar in local outdoor shop, went with a $2 plastic "foon" with small carabiner. It's survived a week of Scout camp so far, so I got my money's worth.|
|Half ounce, Works well for what it is.|
|Not great for soup but it is a spork. Can't say anything bad.|
|Review by Ishy5 on Sep. 17, 2009|
|light weight. rigid. low conductance|
|I'm sure other top brands are comparable. Pick your poison|
|Light & compact|
Possibly ultimate utensil for eating Ramen noodles and broth.
|No long enough to reach bottom of 1L JetBoil pot.|
Scratches non-stick surfaces
|Switch to a longer, cheaper lexan sport.|
|Awesome, lightweight and durable|