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Spork yeah!

What do you get when you combine a spoon and a fork? You get the ultimate eating utensil, the Spork. Make this utensil out of titanium and you have Snow Peak's ultra-light Spork, weighing in at only 1/2 ounce. The meticulously engineered tip of the Spork makes it an all-purpose eating utensil. Because it is made of titanium you will experience no metallic smell or taste. Also, it does not rust like other metals. There is no other way to go for serious lightweight hiking.

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5 5

Sporktacular!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It's pretty much all been said, but to reinforce everyone else's opinion, It's awesome.

I will add one thing though, not a huge issue but it would be nice to see a version of this that is maybe an about a half inch shorter or so, for storage purposes. I had a little trouble the first trip I used it on, I was trying to store it in my food container and it was just a couple Cm long. However I improvised and just bent the tip back a little bit and created a nice little "ladle" style hook for it.

5 5

Simple lightweight necessity

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this to save weight and space. I don't take any other utensils for eating when I camp. The weight is negligible and it fits just great in the bag my snow peak mug came with so it's not taking up unnecessary space.

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Agree w/ Spencer fully, it's durable, light weight, works perfectly as both spoon & fork! Everyone needs one!

5 5

It's a spork

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Light, ergonomic, sturdy, gets food from the bowl to the mouth. Can't ask for much else.

5 5

I own two of these

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought one for my Nephew, and a second for myself, so I have purchased three of them. Best price is right here. I never go on a float or hike without at least one. Very Strong and light. Super easy to clean up. Fire/melting proof. I even like the "bowl" size for scooping up oatmeal.

Seriously, you need this spork if you backpack. I do not work for Snow Peak or Backcountry, heh

4 5

Forward w/the sporklateriat revolution!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love my spork and use it daily to eat lunch and to comb my mustache. J/K. I can't count the times that I have had plastic utensils break while eating something. When I received this, that problem was negated. Cant live without my Spork. Forward with the sporklateriat revolution!!!

5 5

Just great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a simple, useful, durable, extremely light, easy to clean utensil that shines in the backcountry

5 5

Is it a fork or is it a spoon?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you've ever had to go at some ridiculously sticky Chili mac with beef or scrape the dried food scraps off a pot with a stupid taco bell fork you will understand why you need the TOOL that is the Snow Peak spork. This is a necessity on any outdoor eating endeavor. This spork is strong enough to handle any sort of sticky messes you can stuff down your gullet and it is light enough to barely notice it in your hand. I highly recommend putting a loop of pcord through the handle to help prevent loss because nobody really likes having to carve a set of chopsticks the first day out on a backpacking trip.

5 5

Frozen Peanut Butter? Bring it on!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

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.

Frozen Peanut Butter? Bring it on!
4 5

Good little Spork

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

No metallic taste. Not too sharp. Fits my mouth ok. No complaints. I'd get a longer one for eating out of freeze dried bags.

5 5

It great for what it is.

This spork is great, but for almost 9 bucks I guess one would expect it to be. Only complaint is the price, but hey, nobody forced me to buy it.

5 5

Sporks

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These sporks are awesome, using the them for over ten years. I just bought a second SP spork, the titanium on the new one seems to be a bit cheaper than my old first spork. Here is a pic of the two next to one another. The spork on the left is the old school one, note the thickness.

Sporks
Seriously...Best. Spork. Ever.

Seriously...Best. Spork. Ever.

OK...sometimes I'm weird when I climb solo...let's get past it.
The reason I'm posting this photo is because it shows this spork how mine usually is...bent.
I have bent and rebent and unrebent this thing probably over 1000 times during the span of 3 (4?) years on 4 continents and in 7 ranges both prior to and after cramming/curling it into a radius small enough to fit in multiple pots/cups of various sizes and eating delicious-at-the-time warm slop out of a bag.
Why is this at all interesting?
I thought I lost it in the Tetons, so when I rotated back to LA, I went to Return Every Item to buy a new one. They didn't have one. So I bought a Sea To Summit one that came with a cute little 'biner. When I got home, I opened it, bent it, and broke it in half. After swearing, I decided it wouldn't be cool to return it, so I forgot about it. The next day I found my SnowPeak Titanium spork in my spoon drawer where I never keep it. I guess I put it in there.
I'm sort of stupid from altitude-induced brain-cell loss...
Needless to say, I was markedly stoked, and have since continued my happy relationship with my bendable titanium spork. I'm not slamming Sea To Summit...they make great stuff that I love and use...but their aluminium spork doesn't bend. It breaks. I should have realized the inherent tensile differences between aluminium and titanium prior to buying it but we've already established I'm stupid.
Plus now I have a sweet little spork biner (caution: not for climbing).
Anyway...that was a long review for a spork.
But it's a really good spork.

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Update:

I can add a continent, 2 countries and a range, now.
'Thing bends in the French AND Swiss Alps, too!

Amazing piece of kit...buy one.

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I love how both of our spork reviews wax poetic on this most masterful of sporks, and I'm not the only weirdo out there!

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Dude and weird...we both named it the same thing...spooky.

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"...their aluminium spork doesn't bend. It breaks." LOL

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Hi David. I DO know!
Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG on a Canon 5DMKII body shooting at 1/200 @f/2.8, ISO50.
Boom...

5 5

Great

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Light weight and bullet proof! Literally, I shot it and nothing happened. There is no stoppin' this spork.

5 5

Absolute Necessity

  • Gender: Male

I never go backpacking without this. This spork makes keeping track of your gear so much esier without having to rummage through all of your other utensils. Easily used for cooking meals and eating just about anything. Very lightweight as well.

5 5

Ermagerd...a Sprk!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

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.

5 5

Great Spork.

Small, simple and lite. Who does not love a spork. Multifunction at its best, this utensil will last you a lifetime. I have had the same one I purchased 10 years ago and it has lasted the test of time. I have got a couple more over the years and love them. This is a pack essential!