4.8 out of 5
January 14, 2011
Simple and lightweight. The unit takes up a minimum of space while maximizing weight allowance.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
My new favorite backpack utensil
November 10, 2010
I had been using the "Lite my fire" Brunson Sporks for years because of their all-in-one use and light weight, however they are too short for many things. This tool is even lighter weight but long enough for everything I have uses for. Easy to open & close, heat tolerant, very light weight, great at stirring those freeze-dried meals in a package and pleasing to eat with. After 2 trips with only this and my pocket knife for all eatting and cooking applications I am totally won over. I sounded like a paid commercial about it to friends last trip. Ha!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, very heat tolerant
Very helpful when cooking in the outdoors
August 19, 2011
Long handle and very durable. Made it stand out compared to other cooking utensils I've used. Glad I got it. Usually is the main spoon we use for cooking since it has such a long handle.Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Ease of use
The Ultimate Camp Utensil
November 12, 2010
Sporks are as ubiquitous as plastic cookware. In this case, however MSR's spork is not only lightweight, it won't scratch your cookwear, and folds down small enough to fit inside a one-person cookwear set. While extended, it's long enough to stir over a fire without burning your hand, washes easily and does not (yet) retain odor, reducing your unwanted encounters with wildlife in the backcountry. It is plastic, and therefore not useable as anything more than a stirring/eating utensil, no shenanigans trying to pry your tent stakes out with this little guy... Over all, I highly recommend this as a Grade A useful camping item!Pros: Great design, Ease of use, Great value
Handy Travel Spork
March 04, 2011
One highly useful utensil. Works well with small containers like yogurt, although the extra long handle takes getting used to. Sturdy enough hinge and handle. Doesn't fold until you want it to.
Light and compact!
May 03, 2011
What can you say? It does the job! It's designed to be an eating spoon and fork, and it is definitely not long enough to be stirring a pot -- for that, get yourself a long titanium spoon. Otherwise, it's light, compact, and stores easily! It's bombproof too!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance
Blue, Gray, Green and Red.
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