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  • Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils 3 Piece Set
  • Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils Fork
  • Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils Spoon
  • Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils Short Spoon
  • Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils Knife
  • Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils Long Spork
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Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils

$5.95 - $21.95

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    • 3 Piece Set, One Size
        $21.95
    • Fork, One Size
        $6.95
    • Spoon, One Size
        $6.95
    • Short Spoon, One Size
        $5.95
    • Knife, One Size
        $6.95
    • Long Spork, One Size
        $8.95
    • Knife & Spork, One Size
        $13.95
    4.0 5 26

    26 Reviews

    Details

    Hopefully your food is tastier than aircraft grade.

    Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy makes the Sea To Summit Alpha Light Utensils worthy of your gourmet camp cookin'. Lightweight and completely durable, the Alpha Light Utensils even include integrated hex tools for stove maintenance and a carabiner for storage and organization. Sea To Summit even made the packaging recyclable, so don't be a Zeta and toss it on the ground.

    • Utensils sold individually
    • Item #STS0069

    Tech Specs

    Material
    7075-T6 aluminum alloy
    Foldable
    no
    Recommended Use
    camping, hiking, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    SPOON!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    The long spoon works wonders for getting to the bottom of a freeze dried meal. No issues yet, the spoon lives in my bag and has not bent or even shown any wear. I have used plastic spoons in the past but they break often and its simply not worth the “ weight savings” to have an unreliable utensil. At the start and end of the day all I want to do is enjoy my meal, the long spoon provides that luxury. Based on this model of the alpha I will be getting the fork as well for future use. Its worth the additional cost to not have to replace plastic occasionally.

    Great for camping and for lunch at work

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Really loving the Alpha set. It's definitely an upgrade from the Light my Fire sporks I was using before- It's really nice to have separate utensils. The carabiner and hex wrench holes are nice touches. They're super light so they'll be great for camping, although I find myself using them at work. It's a great way to stop using plastic utensils when eating at the office.

    Great for camping and for lunch at work

    Long and short of it

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I own a long spoon, and the shorty spoon. When I plan eatinging from a bag, the long spoon rocks, and I bring that. If I plan to eat from my cookpots, I use the short spoon. Both are strong, light and I highly recommend them. Buy quality, and you only cry once.

    Light and Durable

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I got a tired of my Light My Fire sporks not standing up to the cold condition very well. These are almost double the price, but this ultralight (spork in my case) is extremely sturdy, easy to clean, and one of the lightest camping utensil options on the market. Tiny clip slot is a nice added feature. I'd recommend the long handle for eating right out of a Jetboil.

    Always keep a spoon handy

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    The long handled spoon and spork are great for getting that last bits of food (if you can call it that) out of an MRE. I have had the spoon for years and it has served admirably. I recently acquired the spork as I wasn't aware they made a long one.

    Always keep a spoon handy

    Not sure yet

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    If this is going to work. Have not had it out on the trail. Took a popsicle stick and duct taped it to a plastic spoon last season to eat out of my hot meal bags, but it broke in my back pack. Hopefully, this will not meet the same fate, at worse just bend.

    Not quite what I was looking for

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Ok so of course with the picture I thought it was just the spoon but I looked on the left side of screen under tech specs and what did I see? Set contents: 1 spoon, 1 fork, 1 knife. So much for set contents, eh? Cool spoon though.

    Finally replaced the spork

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I replaced our Snow Peak sporks with two StS long spoons for a recent backpacking trip. The long versions make stirring and eating out of the taller Snow Peak Ti pots easier. I'm pretty convinced that sporks are unnecessary if you are using freeze-dried food. I thought eating noodles would be a little more difficult, but I just broke them up into smaller pieces before adding water and had no issues.

    Long Spork is PERFECT!!

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I purchased the long Spork to upgrade from my shorter GSI Utensils. This spork works wonderfully with Mtn. House meals, making that you don't have to reach elbow deep to get to the bottom of the pouch. Super lightweight, & not flimsy like a lot of the other super lightweight utensils out there

    Perfect for Ziplock Bag Chefs

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I do a lot of Ziplock bag cooking, and the long spoon reaches the bottom of whatever I need. It's light, tough, and cheap so when I lose it (I have terrible luck with spoons, almost as bad as with headlamps) I cry less than losing a Ti model. It's big enough and plenty durable to stir a nice stew, too.

    My favorite spork

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I like this spork, it does the job and it's made out of really cool metal. It cleans off really easy which is good for spots where you have to dispose water with food in into latrines. A little camp soap a quick scrub and it's ready for the next meal.

    Weird texture and taste

      Ok yes it's light weight but I found that the texture of the spork in your mouth was unpleasant as well as it had a slight metal taste to it. I have to say the fork part is just useless for anything you actually need a fork for. I ended up leaving it behind for a 'light my fire' plastic spork which has never let me down.

      Good-ish

        I'll start by saying that I've gotten a ton of use out of the spork over the last 3 years or so. It's aluminum, so it bends if you aren't careful (read: making yer oatmeal too thick). Bright side: I've been able to bend it back every time, but I do know that it'll break off at some point. And the hard anodized finish wears off, even if you hand wash it. I'm not in love with it, but I do like it enough that I haven't replaced it yet. When it does finally break (probably soon), I'll be replacing it with a different brand.

        sporktastic!

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        After my Lightmyfire spork/fork broke I decided to go titanium and I'm never turning back. Super light, big enough that you won't lose it and pretty much no chance of breaking it (assuming you don't end up in combat during your backpacking trip).



        Best six dollars of my life, no doubt.

        my sea to summit spork survived my trip...

        my sea to summit spork survived my trip and upon washing changed and appears to have a dull gray spotty "film" on it. Looks / feels dirty. How can I restore?

        Best Answer

        G'Day Bob -

        Barry from Sea to Summit here. It sounds like you may have washed your AlphaLight Spork in a dishwasher. If so, the caustic chemicals in the dishwasher 'soap' will have stripped the anodized finish from the Spork.

        Please contact me directly at barry@seatosummit.com and I'll work out a solution with you. If the anodized finish has been stripped from the utensil it should not be used.

        And - to everyone else out there, PLEASE DO NOT USE COMET OR WIRE WOOL ON ANODIZED ALUMINUM UTENSILS - this will destroy the anodized finish.

        I trust this helps


        cheers


        Barry
        Sea to Summit Customer Relations Manager

        Can you use these in nonstick pans?

        Can you use these in nonstick pans?

        Best Answer

        Since these utensils are metal, I wouldn't recommend using them with coated/nonstick surface cookware. Stick with plastic(lexan) or wood. There are now lightweight bamboo spoons available. They are both durable & lightweight. Here's more information:

        http://www.pamperedchef.com/ordering/prod_details.tpc?prodId=16748&catId=179&parentCatId=179&outletSubCat=&viewAllOutlet=

        In the description of the sea to summit...

        In the description of the sea to summit alpha light utensils tech specs say's 1 spoon, 1 fork, 1 knife. That means we get all three for $5.90?