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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Can Hardly Tell I'm Carrying It! I got this to replace a spork I had from Taco Bell, which replaced a pair of chopsticks from Pei Wei. (After a while they developed a kind of aftertaste.) Once I got over the sticker shock, this thing kinda grew on me. Matter of fact this is my second one. Insanely light and plenty stiff, it's just the right tool for everything from soup to foie gras. It's just a tiny bit short for those Mountain House bag dinners - your knuckles might get foody. And the ultralight unobtanium carabiner is worth the price in it's own right - perfect for hanging the light in the tent! Five solid stars - I'd give it six if it was a Bear Grylls spork.
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Spork This was a great, durable spork that I used for the entire duration of my five month Appalachian Trail thru hike. It took a beating in my backpack at times and never lost it's shape. I wish I had gotten one with a longer handle, as I sometimes used dehydrated meals (like Mountain House)and this got my hand dirty from the contents of the bag (or in reality, just got my hands dirtier than they already were!) as I tried to get every last drop from the bag. With that being said, this is still the spork I will take out in the future, because it's still in great condition.
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ACTION SPORK. Since I got my ACTION SPORK, I've earned the envy and respect of ALL of my coworkers. I wear my ACTION SPORK on my belt loop so I have it with me at all times. Why, just this morning I had an engaging conversation about whether or not I could take down a hyena with my ACTION SPORK. I think I could. It's surprisingly lightweight and rigid, has a sexy anodized finish, and most importantly comes with a perfect tiny carabiner. When people see your ACTION SPORK on your belt loop, they'll know you're a man/woman of ACTION. In the interest of completeness, I should mention that I have not eaten with my ACTION SPORK yet. But I'm confident that it's fork enough to stab into a potato and spoon enough to provide a perfectly adequate sipping platform.
Date published: 2009-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Close to perfect This spork is very good. I've tried it with a variety of things like canned peaches, pasta with meat sauce, and cereal. The tines are quite acceptable for grabbing up food and the spoon holds plenty. I torqued with my fingers a bit without any bend so unless I'm gonna use it as a pry bar, should be good. I only wish the handle was a bit longer which would be more comfortable in my larger (not circus size!) hands and cooking in a pot would be easier. If your thinking about getting one for your kids, my six year old found the spork too large for his mouth.
Date published: 2012-01-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Light but NOT Durable First off this is NOT a titanium spork as stated in some previous posts, it's aluminum. Hence the durability being an issue. I bought this as a spare right before my Rainier trip since I forgot my Snowpeak Ti spork. After hiking up to Camp Schurman on the first day I pulled it out for dinner and it was already bent, not a big deal though since it's pretty flimsy and I bent it right back into place. Overall it's a nice spork at a great price; however, expect it to bend in your pack and not last as long as Ti.
Date published: 2011-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from When in doubt use a spork. When you're packing gear around for extended lengths of time, a spork is choice. Lightweight and durable. Works great with M.R.E. and freeze dried meats. Spork work well on Ramen noodles. All you need to worry about is which side of the plate to set it on. What more do you need?
Date published: 2014-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from handy to have i've had this bad boy for about a year now and have had no problems with it. nothing to really rave about it other then the fact that its super light. Its a spork what else do you need to know. i actually carry this with me every day in my man purse. Yes i have a man purse. anyway, i like to carry it around because i always find a use for it. if i pack a lunch for work i'm ready. if i buy something that requires a utensil and i forget to grab one from them, no worries i already have one. it cleans easy. low profile you'll almost forget that you even have it till you need it. great for backpacking. i used to have one of thos light my fire sporks but i defiantly like this better as its a little longer and makes it easier to get down to the bottom of thos freeze dried food bags.
Date published: 2011-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Uber Lightweight and Ultra Cool. Great choice of aluminum for cutlery... The hard anodization, I guess, was to prevent the base metal from reacting with certain food additives. The tines on the spork are just right; long enough for pasta and noodles but doesn't affect the 'spoon' part of the spork for soup duties. I don't suppose the serrations on the table knife are going to last very long, either. But regardless, I still like them for the very lightweight and minimalistic design, does what it's supposed to do very well. Compared to the Snow Peak and Light My Fire sporks, I still prefer my Snow Peak. These come a close second.
Date published: 2011-03-20
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