Titanium Spork - by Light My Fire
Titanium Spork (by Light My Fire) - An extreme Spork (spoon, fork, knife combo) for extreme sports or anything else you can come up with
Posted by matt on 25th Jul 2014
If you don't like the little sporks you get from places like KFC, pick one of these up. And since they're made from titanium, you can put them in the fire if needed.
Posted by Joe Frohlich on 25th Apr 2014
This is a great product. It does not weigh much, but is strong and it definitely will not melt. You could use it to stir a small campfire. I do not believe anyone could build a campfire which could melt these. I keep them in my go bag inside my Pathfinder Water Bottle.
Posted by Jamie Burleigh on 27th Nov 2013
I have used plastic knock offs and separate utensil options in the past. Do yourself a favor and just buy this one. Period.
I have had others melt, not scrap away burnt food proper, not been able to even poke the meat and have it stay on my fork portion...enough said.
Posted by Rich Heavilin on 4th Nov 2013
Light weight Great Spoon & Fork . The Best Spork I've Ever Had .
Posted by Hyshka on 9th Aug 2013
This is the best titanium spork I could find. The smooth surface on the spoon/fork make it easy to clean and the knife edge is sharper than the butter knives in my house. It does feel thin, and is bendable in the middle: Light My Fire could do well increasing the strength in this area. Even if it bends while jostled in your pack, you can always bend it in half and hey: if it breaks, it will just take up less room in your pack. :)
Posted by Dr H - Idaho on 3rd Jul 2013
I guess I must not have enough titanium gear. I was blown away with how light and strong this is. I think a plastic utensil might The heavier. Very strong and durable. I suppose you could argue this is a luxury but for the cost and weight I would put it on the must add to my 10 C's list.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Jun 2013
I have used and love the plastic Light My Fire Sporks for years now. I have used and abused them and melted and broken many as well. Upgrading to Titanium will now avoid some of the issues plastic caused.
Pros... Where to start... lightweight, metal(flame proof)
Con... the price
Posted by Karl Solms on 18th Jun 2013
Great price fast shipping, but in terms of the product itself, save your money. Go to a Salvation Army/Resale Shop and by a good heavy duty spoon. The titanium spork is too thin and flexible and not worth the money at any price over a dollar. No reflection on Pathfinder store.