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MSR Titan Titanium Fork and Spoon



Titan Titanium Fork and Spoon

Utensils don't get much lighter or stronger than MSR's Titanium Titan Fork and Spoon. These durable titanium camping utensils weigh in at .46 ounces for the fork, and .5 ounces for the spoon, so they'll fit right in with your lightweight tent and sleeping bag.
  • Light, strong utensil set made for camping and backpacking
  • Titanium is light, strong, and easy to clean
  • Linked together with cable for convenient packing
  • Item #CAS0392

spoon, fork, linking cable
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
camping, backpacking, paddling trips
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Way better than sporks.

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

I like bikepacking, hiking, and camping, and while many will tout the worthiness of the Spork, I think that it's a useless utensil that is mediocre at best for any of its given jobs. Fortunately with this MSR titanium fork and spoon set I don't have to use sporks, and am able to carry it with little more weight, or space, than a spork.

>Rating: 5

Light and durable.

I've put it through the wringer

I use them every day to eat lunch at work when I'm not camping. They have yet to bend or break.

>Rating: 3


I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I saw this set and the set from Snow Peak. They looked nearly identical from the pictures... so how do you figure out the difference? get both sets! I gifted the MSR, because it was cheaper.. The MSR was about the right size and shape that i was looking for. But it seemed a bit flimsy, and the packaging was cheep(not that packaging affects performance).

>Rating: 5

Just what we needed.

These are exactly what my boyfriend and I were looking for: lightweight and durable. Neither of us are a huge fan of plastic silverware because of the possibility of it snapping, but it can be tricky to find a set of silverware. These are just perfect as long as you don't need to eat out of anything too deep. The spoon is rather large and more comparable to a soup or chili spoon. My friend wasn't a huge fan of the size, but I prefer a rounder spoon in general so it wasn't an issue for me.

Thanks so much for posting this. It really helps our community!


Good Utensil Set

These MSR Titan Fork & Spoon work well in an outdoor or backpacking setting. If you do not mind spending $20 for a fork and spoon then this might be for you. The MSR Titan Fork & Spoon is made of titanium and is lightweight and has been durable for years for me. MSR usually makes great stuff and these work well. Berz Rating: 90/100

>Rating: 5

Fork and Spoon

I've put it through the wringer

Not much to be said here, it is a fork and spoon and they do the job of getting food in my mouth. They seemed a bit flimsy at first but I haven't had any issues with bending or not holding up to my burnt food. I have used them on several camping trips and for a while when I first got into my new apartment.

>Rating: 5

Lightweight, versatile

I've put it through the wringer

I haven't grabbed any other sets of outdoor-centric eating utensils other than these, so keep that in mind when reading my review. Personally, I was dissuaded from purchasing plastic utensils for fear that they could melt, leech some chemical compound into my food when using them for hot meals, or perhaps get lost due to their lack of any attachment apparatus. I didn't think that I would really need a knife when considering utensils, as a fork can (generally, but not always) double as a knife, not to mention that I would generally have a separate knife on hand that would be both sharper and more adaptable when in the backcountry anyways. With that in mind, I trolled through nature-friendly "table"ware and found the MSR Titanium Fork & Spoon set, ultimately deciding to buy it and give it a try. Thus far, I have not been disappointed. Both pieces seem durable, are VERY light, and able to be connected to the outside of one's pack should space on the inside be a bit cramped, which was a big bonus (and partially a primary factor) for me. While I can't say I've put it through the ringer just yet, I have had some time to try them both out and they seem to work like a charm. Easy to wipe (or lick) clean, they don't seem to retain any sort of residue if you are attentive in that regard. One note of contention that I do have is that smaller spaces are not exactly agreeable with the spoon head; while I enjoy the fact that it is more of a bowled spoon for producing larger, more generous scoops of trail grub, it can be a bit of an issue with smaller spaces and those hard-to-reach nooks in cups and whatnot - it's not as precise as it could be, I guess I should say. Overall, though, I've been impressed with this utensil set and would recommend to friends. *Usage note: the braided metal cord broke at one point when I had this hanging from my pack, so I recommend using a spare small biner to pair these together instead of that*

>Rating: 4

Review Title

Served me well on Rainier. Might have been better off with a single spork (for weight and simplicity), but sometimes it's nice to have something clean while the other is nasty. The threaded cable loop is a little finicky. It can be hard to determine which way is the side that opens.

>Rating: 5

Ultralight and strong

The only utentil you will need. Long enough to stir the bottom of dehydrated ziploc dinnercbag , or a GSI or Jet boil pot. Super MSR quality always.


How long is the handle - been looking for...

How long is the handle - been looking for a long(ish) handled polished Ti Spoon or Spork to keep my fingers out of the bag when eating.

Spoon & Fork head length: Aprox. 1.5" Handle length: Aprox. 5.1" Total length: Aprox. 6.6"

MSR Titan Titanium Spoon Overall length: 6.6" (17.0 cm) Spoon head: 1.5" x 2.1" (4 x 5.5 cm) MSR Titan Titanium Fork Overall length: 6.6" (17.0 cm) Fork head: 0.9" x 2.0" (2.4 x 5.0 cm) Hope this helps!