What do you get when you combine a spoon and a fork? A Spork. The ultimate eating utensil! Manufacture this utensil out of titanium and you have Snow Peak's ultra-light Spork, weighing in at only 0.6 ounces. Meticulously engineered tip of Spork makes this the all-purpose eating utensil. Because it is made of titanium you will experience no metallic smell or taste. It does not ionize foods nor will it rust as other metals.
Ultimate light titanium cutlery. This ultra-light piece of cutlery can be used as both a fork and a spoon. A hole in the handle is convenient for various uses. This is a piece of cutlery that is perfect for both solo camping and, of course, for small children.
What do you get when you cross a lightweight titanium spoon with a lightweight titanium fork? The ultimate eating utensil!
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
|Dimensions:||6.5 in x 1.6 in (16.5 cm x 4 cm)|
|Snow Peak Titanium Colored Spork||$8.95 - $9.95|
|Snow Peak Titanium Spork Backpacking Cutlery||$8.95|
|Snow Peak Short Titanium Spork||$8.95|
What's my familiarity level? I've eaten a half gallon of ice-cream with this thing, in one sitting. I've spooned countless pounds of mashed potatoes and instant rice and ramens into my gullet with this tool. Hundreds of packets of instant oatmeal packets mixed up and shoveled into my mouth, without fail. I love this spork.
This is thee utensil for transporting food from elsewhere into your boca (that's spanish for "mouth," not burger). It is very strong, a great size/shape, and durable durable durable. I would argue that this was the best $10 that I ever spent on gear. I've enjoyed 150+ nights in the backcountry with this spork and it's all about the supper-time l.o.v.e.
TIP: I tied a bit of reflective p-cord around the end of my spork to make it easier to find/grab out of my foodbag. Plus, there's never doubt as to WHOM this spork belongs.
You need one. Heck, you have two hands. You need two.
What could be more awesome? It's a spoon and a fork, all rolled into one little handful of excellence. (Note: that's why they call it a spork--spoon + fork. That, and 'foon' just doesn't sound as good).
And did I mention it was titanium? I didn't did I. It's titanium. It doesn't get any better.
In all seriousness--lightweight, functions great, easy to clean, doesn't corrode (even with minimal soap or use of camp soap), doesn't lose anodizing, and something to look forward to using in scarfing down that post-killer-hike hot meal.