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Snow Peak Colored Titanium Spork

$9.95

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    Hands off!

    Your backpacking companions may have coveted your ultralight titanium cutlery before, but they will go mad with desire when you pull out the Snow Peak Colored Titanium Spork on your next trip. Fortunately, this versatile utensil's distinctive hue, which is the result of the pigment being safely bonded (not painted) on to the metal, makes stealing it a little hard to pull off without being detected.
    • Item #SNO0119

    Tech Specs

    Material
    titanium
    Foldable
    no
    Utensil Weight
    0.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    dining in style
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    My Favorite Spork

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I don't know how it's possible to be so excited about something as simple as a spork, but this is my favorite utensil. I own both the blue and the green. The titanium is durable and lightweight. The colors are so pretty, and great for remembering whose spork belongs to who! I keep one for myself and lend the other one to my boyfriend on backpacking and camping trips. It's perfect for scraping up every last bit of chili. I love you, spork!

    go for it!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    After breaking many, many, plastic sporks while backpacking, I finally converted to the titanium, and I couldn't be happier about this choice! I especially love the colors, they make it so much easier to find in your pack (or your car), and way easier to identify which spork belongs to which camper, cutting down on transferring germs. We used to use nail polish to identify everyone's gray sporks, but this is way better because the color is way more noticeable and hasn't chipped off!

    Life-Changing Spork

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I will never eat with any other utensil.

    I got this duder for backpacking but have found myself eating with it at literally every opportunity (especially helpful when all of the spoons go missing from your apartment).

    It's simply the perfect thing: super light, colorful so you won't lose it in the tundra (or your car), and just has a great feel! I promptly have ordered more.

    It's a spork!

      It's a nice, light, titanium spork! Better than plastic. What else can you say. I've had a bunch. I like this particular one the best. You can order nice bright colors.... Ok, that all a can say about a spork.

      Who doesn't love a spork??

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This spork is awesome! I will say the colored ones seem to lose their color after some use but.. that is fine. They are super sturdy and have held up really well. I have a couple of them and haven't had any issues. great for camping or backpacking! They might be a bit too short for the dry meal bags but that's what napkins were invented for right?

      My Blue Spork

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Best spork I have owned. I take this camping, to work, and it even made a trip with me to Spain where I used it to eat avocados on the Crag. Just don't stick it in the dishwasher - it will make some of the color come off. :(

      This spork is the best of the best

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This will be my third one only because I lost the first one and the second got stolen. Guess someone else will enjoy this awesome spork .

      Anyways, bought one for my boyfriend as well because he complained a lot about the spork he had. This spork is super light and durable!!!! The color does not rub off easy and they are super cute colors. The little hole in the end is pretty great to clip on to things. I take this spork to work most of the time when I bring my lunch.

      This is a great gift for anyone!

      Indestructible

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This spork is indestructible. I bought one in each color for my friends and me, we are now the Indestructible Spork League. We are taking applications for new members.

      Essential

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Have you ever eaten with a spork while camping and it broke, bent or otherwise imploded?? Not with this bad boy! This titanium spork can take some abuse. What else can you ask for in a camping food delivery system?

      Neat-O

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Snow Peak is kind of like the Arcteryx of camp kitchens. You overpay, and usually feel like it was worthwhile.

      $10 for a spork? What's $10 these days ... not much. So, I got a purple one and a green one.

      The finish is kind of like a powder coat texture; there's a little grit to it. The size is is more tea spoon than table spoon. If there was a bigger size I'd have gotten it over this size because I eat lots and like to put max food in my pie hole, and I'm super lazy, so I don't want to have to raise my arm any more than absolutely necessary. The tines are appropriately sized, but you couldn't stab very far into a piece of sous vide muskrat that you caught in your deadfall trap. So, I think it's more spoon than fork, but that point could be argued til the end of time. The weight is so minuscule that when I put a spork on a digi scale the read-out went negative. The hole in the handle could be useful if you want to put a loop of cord through it. Not sure why you'd want to do that, but still.

      The Snow Peak spork gets 4 of 5 stars because I'd like to see a larger size with longer tines.

      Love it!!

        I had one of these for years until I lost it :( In the past I've used the Light My Fire plastic sporks, but they kept snapping in half and it's never healthy to heat up plastic. I love that this titanium spork by Snow Peak is durable and more environmental. I even use it when I'm not in the great outdoors. I take it with me for lunch at work on a daily basis and it's great to take if you're eating out so I don't have to waste the plastic silverware they give you. Small habits make for huge benefits :D

        Love it!!