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Light My Fire Spork


    Light My Fire Spork

    Already a spoon and fork, a serrated edge makes the Light My Fire Spork a knife as well, offering all-around utility in 1 handy utensil. See details

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    Item # 854547

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    Already a spoon and fork, a serrated edge makes the Light My Fire Spork a knife as well, offering all-around utility in 1 handy utensil.

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    Already a spoon and fork, a serrated edge makes the Light My Fire Spork a knife as well, offering all-around utility in 1 handy utensil.

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    Already a spoon and fork, a serrated edge makes the Light My Fire Spork a knife as well, offering all-around utility in 1 handy utensil.

    • One end is a spoon; the other features a 4-tine fork and knife with sawtooth edge for cutting
    • Made of a heat-resistant material, this lightweight eating tool is dishwasher safe and won't harm nonstick cooking surfaces under normal usage
    • Ideal for backpacking and picnicking


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    Light My Fire Spork Specs
    Best use
    6.6 x 1.5 inches
    0.2 ounce

    Light My Fire Spork

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    Light My Fire Spork is rated 2.5455 out of 5 by 11.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Get what you pay for. Well I love the LMF spork for it's light weight,and price. Also the variety of bright colors make it very easy to tell whos is whos and find it when dropped in the dirt/creek/crevasse. They are not very durable however, easily broken especially in very cold conditions. Do NOT try and cook with one either, or even put it in anything hotter than you would put in your mouth. They will warp and/or melt. But it is what it is, and you get what you pay for. Simple light weight tool, for the occasional outdoorsperson.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Breaks Easily I love everything about Light My Fire sporks except for the fact that they snap in half. It usually happens while they are in our backpacks with the rest of our kit. We cinch our gear down so everything is tight-- when we unzip the lids on our backpacks to get to our sporks, we often discover, to our disappointment, one or both of them are broken. Really unfortunate in this day of unbreakable polycarbonates and other durable plastics. Light My Fire now sells a spork case to protect a pair of sporks, but it's just added weight when the spork itself should be more durable. No doubt the designers put this simple utensil to the test in the lab and knew it breaks easily, but decided it must be durable enough for most uses, but it isn't. You will eventually break yours too. And if you are miles from civilization and this is the only utensil you brought to eat with, you will be eating with your fingers or pouring your noodles into your mouth.
    Date published: 2014-04-07
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great while it lasted It worked well for a few years backpacking. On my last trip while trying to stir up some dehydrated food it snapped in half. So she isn't super strong, but it did work well while I was using it. I am not really disappointed as it was cheap and worked well for its purpose. I ended up going with a titanium spork. Overall I would rather spend a bit more on something that lasts.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great For The Money And The Weight Will it break? Yeah, sure. There was a standing bet on the PCT that not a single one of these would make it more than 400 trail miles. On the flipside, they can be found at just about any gear store anywhere, they're stupidly inexpensive, and they weigh next to nothing. Even on a long through-hike, this is what I would go with, and when it does break, I shrug and make do for a few days before I can get another one. Or if you wanted you could bring two. Like I said, light and cheap, so why not?
    Date published: 2014-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Do they get better What more could you want out of a Spork! I got mine for a trip last year and Have used it for several other trips. It's cheap and cheerful.
    Date published: 2014-03-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cheap You get what you pay for. It bends real easy. No long enough to use in a Backcountry Meal pouch. You would be lucky to slice butter with the "knife edge". The fork tines bend easily. Just not impressed. I would recommend spending a few more dollars on a more durable utensil. It is lightweight and packs easily.
    Date published: 2014-03-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Breaks Easily I brought this fork on an overnight trip up Whitney and it broke the first night. (Thankfully my friends had extra utensils or else I would have eaten with my hands. Not that that'd be the end of the world.) In all fairness I did (accidentally) press on the middle of the fork somewhat hard when I was reaching for something else in my pack, but still. I expected it to be durable and it wasn't. I thought this was a cool spork when I bought it. And I still do. Really, it works just fine for eating. It's just not durable at all. For that reason I recommend against taking this backpacking.
    Date published: 2014-03-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from inconvenient to hold short handle This came with my light my fire bowl/cup set. I wanted to like this spork but found that I get my hands dirty when eating with this, especially when I use both the spork and spoon side in one meal. It's difficult to hold the short handle without touching the spork/spoon ends.
    Date published: 2014-03-21

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