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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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Best Use Backpacking
Material(s) Titanium
Ultralight Yes
Dimensions 1.625 x 6.5 inches
Weight 0.6 ounce
Rated 4 out of 5 by from How's About Just a Spoon? I loved this spork when I first bought it....it was my first Ti and I held it up high before every meal to show my camp mates that I was way more cutting edge than them...However, light weight isn't all it's cracked up to be. I eat from freeze dried meal bags, and this spork guarantees knuckles FULL of dinner residue. Also, on the RARE occasion I have a meal to cook in my Ti pot, I dare not use it to stir and scrape...the forky part will destroy your nonstick. My replacement, in about 1000 years (how long it will take before this spork becomes useless), will be a long handled Ti SPOON. I will stick with the Ti, as I bend it to fit in my cook pot.
Date published: 2007-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUPAH SPORK Do you want to start a riot on the Pacific Crest Trail? Suggest that there is a better utensil for thru-hikers than the spork. It's spoon, no it's a fork, no wait...it's both! Combine this functional tool with the metal of machismo backpackers (titanium) and what do you get? The ultimate hiking tool (next to a good cat hole digging stick.) Seriously, it's light, indestructable and if you tie a piece of thin climbing rope through the little hole on the end, it's impossible to lose (well, it makes it harder to lose at any rate.) Mine held out without a scratch on the first 1018 miles of the PCT and is headed next year to the AT. Buy one...you won't regret it!
Date published: 2007-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect utensil for backpackers It's the perfect utensil. I took it to China w/ me for an adventure trip b/c I didn't know how to use chopsticks. It's a good thing I did this b/c many of the places we ate didn't have forks. It's super light, super easy to clean, and does a great job shoveling down soup, stew, noodles, Mountain House meals, cereal, oatmeal, etc. I wouldn't bother w/ a folding spork. This one takes up almost no room in your bag and you don't have to worry about it collapsing on you. It feels just like home - it's a welcome tool to use at the end of a long day of canoeing, hiking, backpacking, or whatever your adventure entails.
Date published: 2010-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spork Love. This spork has been in my EDC since I bought it in 2014, and has been used almost every single day. It stays in my purse, is used at home, work, out to eat at places which only provide wasteful plastic cutlery (Chipotle, etc), and on a multitude of hiking, camping, and backpacking trips. It is durable, lightweight, and extremely easy to clean. Additionally - not to sound weird - but I'm kind of picky about the shape of my spoons (I can't be the only one who hates that feeling of the edges scraping your top lip?), and I can say 100% that this spork was elegantly designed with real human mouths in mind! But seriously.. Thank you Snow Peak!
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Multi-Use Super lightweight and durable. Yesterday after lunch, I was washing my cook pot & spork in the river. I slipped on the wet rocks and my 6' 1", 225lb. frame came crashing down on my left hand (which was holding my spork). I ended up dislocating my pinky and driving the spork halfway through my finger. The spork survived the crash without the slightest bend. I popped my little finger back into place, washed off the blood and used the unblemished spork for a splint. I was back trout fishing in no time.
Date published: 2014-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, but for other reasons Purchased this for a camping trip. It was OK as a one-size-fits-all utensil but it really shines for eating premium ice cream from a pint container. No manner of chocolate covered chunk of anything will make this thing bend. The spork tines are great for digging that half peanut butter cup out from the depths of a pint sized container of chocolate ice cream.
Date published: 2010-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Flying Purple Stabber-Scooper Monster The only issues are: -The tines may be too long for thin soups. -The handle may be too short for deep bags. -The spork may be too awesome for you.
Date published: 2013-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Outdoor Spork A true, durable, light weight spork. The only utensil you need outdoors.
Date published: 2013-08-29
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from How's About Just a Spoon? I loved this spork when I first bought it....it was my first Ti and I held it up high before every meal to show my camp mates that I was way more cutting edge than them...However, light weight isn't all it's cracked up to be. I eat from freeze dried meal bags, and this spork guarantees knuckles FULL of dinner residue. Also, on the RARE occasion I have a meal to cook in my Ti pot, I dare not use it to stir and scrape...the forky part will destroy your nonstick. My replacement, in about 1000 years (how long it will take before this spork becomes useless), will be a long handled Ti SPOON. I will stick with the Ti, as I bend it to fit in my cook pot.
Date published: 2007-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUPAH SPORK Do you want to start a riot on the Pacific Crest Trail? Suggest that there is a better utensil for thru-hikers than the spork. It's spoon, no it's a fork, no wait...it's both! Combine this functional tool with the metal of machismo backpackers (titanium) and what do you get? The ultimate hiking tool (next to a good cat hole digging stick.) Seriously, it's light, indestructable and if you tie a piece of thin climbing rope through the little hole on the end, it's impossible to lose (well, it makes it harder to lose at any rate.) Mine held out without a scratch on the first 1018 miles of the PCT and is headed next year to the AT. Buy one...you won't regret it!
Date published: 2007-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect utensil for backpackers It's the perfect utensil. I took it to China w/ me for an adventure trip b/c I didn't know how to use chopsticks. It's a good thing I did this b/c many of the places we ate didn't have forks. It's super light, super easy to clean, and does a great job shoveling down soup, stew, noodles, Mountain House meals, cereal, oatmeal, etc. I wouldn't bother w/ a folding spork. This one takes up almost no room in your bag and you don't have to worry about it collapsing on you. It feels just like home - it's a welcome tool to use at the end of a long day of canoeing, hiking, backpacking, or whatever your adventure entails.
Date published: 2010-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spork Love. This spork has been in my EDC since I bought it in 2014, and has been used almost every single day. It stays in my purse, is used at home, work, out to eat at places which only provide wasteful plastic cutlery (Chipotle, etc), and on a multitude of hiking, camping, and backpacking trips. It is durable, lightweight, and extremely easy to clean. Additionally - not to sound weird - but I'm kind of picky about the shape of my spoons (I can't be the only one who hates that feeling of the edges scraping your top lip?), and I can say 100% that this spork was elegantly designed with real human mouths in mind! But seriously.. Thank you Snow Peak!
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Multi-Use Super lightweight and durable. Yesterday after lunch, I was washing my cook pot & spork in the river. I slipped on the wet rocks and my 6' 1", 225lb. frame came crashing down on my left hand (which was holding my spork). I ended up dislocating my pinky and driving the spork halfway through my finger. The spork survived the crash without the slightest bend. I popped my little finger back into place, washed off the blood and used the unblemished spork for a splint. I was back trout fishing in no time.
Date published: 2014-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, but for other reasons Purchased this for a camping trip. It was OK as a one-size-fits-all utensil but it really shines for eating premium ice cream from a pint container. No manner of chocolate covered chunk of anything will make this thing bend. The spork tines are great for digging that half peanut butter cup out from the depths of a pint sized container of chocolate ice cream.
Date published: 2010-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Flying Purple Stabber-Scooper Monster The only issues are: -The tines may be too long for thin soups. -The handle may be too short for deep bags. -The spork may be too awesome for you.
Date published: 2013-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Outdoor Spork A true, durable, light weight spork. The only utensil you need outdoors.
Date published: 2013-08-29
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