Tested in the outdoor industry, tough enough for city dwellers
Made in Sweden
These sporks are a far cry from the disposables you've come to know. Where the original version features a combined fork and spoon, neither of which worked all that well, this smart spork has a full-sized spoon on one side and a fully functional fork - with a serrated cutting edge - on the other. Made from one of the toughest alloys on the planet, this spork is just as suited for your dinner table as it is in your lunch kit. Great for conserving space, since it fits almost anywhere and is always available.
Design & Functionality Ideal for your waste-free lunch kit, picnics or to stash in your desk - this titanium 3-in-1 utensil is as durable as it is clever. Send it to school, bring it to work or tote it along to a cookout. This spork will cut back on hundreds of use-and-toss utensils over the years.
Materials Titanium is one of the strongest alloys on Earth. Non-corrosive, non-magnatic and hypoallergenic it's widely used in aircraft construction due to it's strength - and in the medical field because of its high biocompatibility.
Sustainability Compatible with Leave No Trace ethics, these sporks replace hundreds of disposable utensils each year - sparing our landfills and saving you money. Light My Fire's parent company Industrial Revolution partnered with Leave no Trace in 2007 in an effort to support core Leave No Trace principles which include:1) Dispose of Waste Properly, 2) Minimize Campfire Impacts and 3) Plan Ahead and Prepare.
About Light My Fire & Designer Joachim Nordwall From making fires to eating meals, Light My Fire’s outdoor accessories have are favorites of both backyard adventurers and backwood survivalists. Based in Sweden, the company’s products are as practical in the city as they are in the wild.
Joachim Nordwall has won a number of awards including Stora Nolia design price 2005 from Svensk Form for designing the Light My Fire Meal Kit and was nominated for the Design Year prize in 2006. He was also part of the design team that created the Koenigsegg car.
I was looking for a fork/spoon combination utensil to carry in my purse so I wouldn't have to use plastic utensils anymore. I bought this spork hoping it would be what I wanted. It was and more!! It fits well in my hand and is easy to handle. The fork tines are long and well spaced, the spoon is a good size and the serrated edge of the outer tine of the fork makes this a fork/spoon/knife!!! I sport it proudly and have bought four more to give to friends.
Hi It is all right, because it is pretty small for adult to use it to eating the salad or lunch leftover at my work. it is great for children. I wish you make little longer spork for an adult. thank you. Candace Klein
I bought this item for my husband about nine months ago. He takes it to work everyday in his lunch box. So far he's had no complaints and says it works just as well as throw-away plastic utensils if not better.
Nice and lightweight. Bowl of spoon and tongs on fork are full sized which I like. Do wish the center handle was a bit longer so you did feel like you had to hold the bowl or tongs in your hand in order to use comfortable.
I don't normally give negative feedback, because it isn't in my nature, but I have to make and exception in this case. For about two weeks the titanium spork was fantastic. But soon afterward the spork took on a metallic taste that ruined the tast of my food. If only the spork could have been made out of plain old stainless steel, I know I would have been much more pleased with it. You can't go wrong with stainless steel.
..but it could be heavier for a more pleasant feel. Fork shape is a bit awkward but it does the job. But it made me stop feeling awful every day after throwing plastic flatware on the garbage. It if were less expensive I would give it 4/5.
4.0 I could wish the piece were a bit flatter for stor
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I could wish the piece were a bit flatter for storage and carrying around, but the curve between spoon-end and fork-end is great for actually eating soup, so it's a decent compromise. :) Very lightweight, and seems quite sturdy so far.