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Just because you're roughing it doesn't mean you have to become a total savage. Dab your chin with a napkin and dine in style with the Optimus Titanium Folding Spork. Not only does it weigh in at just over half an ounce, but even the gram-counting backpackers won't be able to resist an eating utensil made from scrapped fighter jets.

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3 5

Not stoked.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I normally love a new spork! This one is easy to use as long as you don't have to put a lot of strain on it. If the compactibility is important to you, then I would buy this spork.It will fold up nice and small which is nice if you need o hide it in a mug or bowl.

1 5

flimsy junk

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

you can't even scoop warm peanut butter without this thing folding closed. useless if you're not willing to coax it through each bite. When not inappropriately folding shut, the wire will come entirely detached too.

4 5

its a spork!

Pretty solid product here. The wire handle seems like an obvious failure point, but mine's held up just fine thus far. Easily fits inside MSR mugs. I'll probably get the Short Titanium Spork from Snowpeak to replace this in the future.

its a spork!

Length and width?

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Length and width?

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It fold small enough to be negligible in a full pack. But I will measure mine up for you tomorrow if its that important to ya.