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      Snow Peak Titanium Spork

      What do you get when you cross a lightweight titanium spoon with a lightweight titanium fork? The ultimate eating utensil for your backpacking adventures!
      • $8.95

      Item # 660002

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      • Twice the weight savings—not only is titanium light, but you need only carry a single utensil cutting the weight you carry even further
      • Titanium leaves no metallic smell or taste and will not rust

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      Snow Peak Titanium Spork

      Specification Description
      Best use Backpacking
      Material(s) Titanium
      Ultralight Yes
      Dimensions 1.625 x 6.5 inches
      Weight 0.6 ounce

      Snow Peak Titanium Spork

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      Rated 1out of5
      by fromI must disagree I am puzzled by the other reviews. I found this spork to be both a poor spoon and a worse fork. The spoon part is too shallow, and the fork part doesn't really qualify as a fork. I would not recommend it, and other people I know do not like it either. I have a snow peak spoon & fork combo that I use and prefer to the spork.
      Date published: 2009-03-10
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGreat spork I have had this spork for three years and it is my only eating utensil when camping (and a Leatherman). I use it for probably 90 meals a season. Great buy.
      Date published: 2007-09-11
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromMy Favorite Spork 1. It's Ti 2. It's a spoon 3. It's a fork I'm a big fan of the freeze dried, dehydrated, just add water food and this spork works great. Long enough to not get food all over your knuckles and it's super light. Just as good with mashed taters as with spaghetti.
      Date published: 2007-09-23
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromIts a spork...what else do you want? Its a lightweight spork...and its great at that! Be careful with some non-stick finishes though as the spork (or any metal) can damage the finish.
      Date published: 2007-12-06
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromCould be an excellent product, but...... This could be an excellent product, but the handle is too small. I have an average size hand, but I feel like I am holding a chop stick or a large toothpick. The handle needs to be about one inch longer and approximately one/half inch (1.27cm) wide. Since it is titanium, it would not weigh much more, and customers would not mind paying a dollar or two more. j.byram, outdoor enthusiast in Alabama.
      Date published: 2007-12-25
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGreat Spork This is a great all around item, I used one for my trip to philmont and loved it.
      Date published: 2008-05-18
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromAlmost perfect This spork is just about perfect. My only complaint it that the spoon itself is not deep enough for liquids, ie, soups, broths, etc.
      Date published: 2008-07-06
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromNot the best but far from the worst This spork goes into the woods and to work with me. I've never met a spork that could hold as much liquid as a spoon or as much solid food as a fork; Sporks are about compromise. My only complaint after five years is that handle(which conveniently doubles as a butter knife) feels slick and is tough to hold onto. There's really no reason not to have at least one.
      Date published: 2009-10-18

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