Light My Fire Titanium Spork

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Light My Fire Titanium Spork
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Light My Fire Titanium Spork -

Nearly indestructible and endlessly useful, the Light My Fire Titanium spork is sure to be a staple on all your outdoor adventures for years to come.



  • For extreme conditions and discerning users.
  • Full spoon, full fork, and cutting edge.
  • Weight .6 oz/17 g.
  • Overstock
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Titanium is lightweight, hypoallergenic, non-corrosive and non-toxic, perfect for camping, backpacking or traveling
Same great spork design... now in Titanium. The perfectly designed outdoor eating utensil features a complete spoon, complete fork, and a serrated cutting edge. Titanium is one of the strongest and lightest metals on the planet. Extremely lightweight at only 17g, or 0.6oz. Hypoallergenic, non corrosive and non-magnetic. Virtually indestructible.
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Dimensions:6.75 x 1.5 inches
Weight:0.7 ounce
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Light My Fire Titanium Spork Reviews:


Just what I was looking for

Light My Fire finally came out with a titanium spork! I have used the plastic ones for years and there has always been a problem with the product's durability.
The spoon is great for soups, stews, and you can always get the last little bits of mashed potatoes from the bottom of the container.
The fork end provides long enough tines to eat salads and other foods that can be a problem with some of the other sporks.
I have never been sold on the knife edge but this one is much more useful then the plastic version. (Most outdoorsmen have always used their pocket knives to cut their meat)
I purchased the product about a year ago and have used it for travel, camping and backpacking.
AMuntz at REI on 10/10/2013

Lightweight way to shovel grub

Ah, the spork. I first discovered its existence decades ago in a fast food restaurant. Of course, when weight is a consideration, it has obvious backpacking implications.

Yes, it's incredibly light. Like holding a feather. And it gives you all three utensils in one. The luxury!

The downside is, while the metal is thick enough to be sturdy, the part you hold is a little awkward given the thin sheet of metal comes bobbing out on one end. Also, the knife is a clever inclusion, but keep in mind that you can't use your fork and knife together at the same time, so it's of very limited usefulness in cutting food.

If you're cutting meat, better to just bust out a pocket knife.
Pythoneer at REI on 10/10/2013