Reviewed by Totally not a camper from Ohio on Monday, December 30, 2013
1. Gave as gift to 25 folks in our office. Everyone loved it . People who I didn't even know where campers or survivalists gave me all sorts of praise about the spork and how perfect the size of this one is. They sat down and talked to me about how great Light my fire is for all their camping st...
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Reviewed by Josh - Left Handed from Missouri on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
This is a great product! It's bigger than I expected it to be, but still very light and flexible. The material is easy to clean and the utensils function well. The only downside is that it's built for a right handed person. In order for someone to eat with their left hand and utilize the 'knife' function, the spork needs to be flipped. This makes everything backwards for the left hand. Definitely not a reason to not buy the product, but something I quickly became aware of.
Reviewed by Jeff from Ohio on Monday, May 11, 2015
I got these for closeout prices. I've used it one time. It worked. I was using it in boiled bag food. It worked fine for that. They are a little flimsy, so it would probably be wise to buy two of them to have a spare.
Reviewed by Love My Korat Cat from Ohio on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
I ordered two of these to keep in the glove compartment for when fast food drive-thru's forget to put needed utensils in the bag and for impromptu picnicking. They come in fun colors, are a good size for adults and seem to be sturdy. I don't really expect the side of the fork to be very useful as a knife as the description claims, but might be OK for softer foods. They made it safely through the dishwasher on the high heat cycle, too.
Reviewed by K. Leaning Boxers from Oklahoma on Monday, February 23, 2015
It is an insult to refer to this utensil as merely a spork, It also has a usable knife, which is an evolutionary advancement. Of all Sweden's this may be the zenith of their accomplishments. What's not to love? My biggest complaint is its name.