About Light My Fire Titanium Spork
Specs about Light My Fire Titanium Spork
- Material: Titanium
- Weight: 0.6 oz.
- Length: 6.75"
- Made in Sweden , China
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4.666666 5 Overall Rating: 4.7 Based on 84 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
100% Titanium Spork
Reviewed by Fenwick Periwinkle from Oregon on Friday, February 26, 2016
I believe the earlier review that this spork is not 100% titanium is incorrect - it doesn't appear to be "plastic" between the "two titanium ends". The portion in the middle is just unpolished titanium. I believe it is solid titanium. The packaging is clear that the ends have been polished especial... Read More
Neat!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jess from Tenn on Saturday, June 2, 2018So useful to have in your lunch box!
SporkVerified Buyer Reviewed by Chip the camper from Texas on Wednesday, May 2, 2018This is a really great product. Light weight. Strong. Perfect for backpacking and camping
LightweightReviewed by Jean Ann from Arkansas on Tuesday, March 20, 2018Excellent utensil. Cheaper here than other sites.
Great SPORK!!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dash from Maine on Thursday, February 22, 2018Pros:
Super lightweight, strong and stylish, especially for hiking gear.
Unlike some cheaper stainless steel utensils, I did not detect any metallic taste.
Made in Sweden.
Expensive but well worth it for me to avoid anything plastic.
The serrated edge on the fork end of this spork chafes the side of my mouth. I need to be careful of how I am eating. I may try to grind it down to a blunt edge.
It also transfers heat quickly, because of it's length it can get a little hot when used as a cooking utensil.
Would be 5 stars if . . . There were a non-serrated option of this product. I always carry a knife when backpacking and in general, prepared hiking food tends to run a on the mushy/soft side. Really no need for the sharp edges.
Also, I would like to see a hole in the handle so it can be attached to a small string or lanyard.
The best outdoor cutleryVerified Buyer Reviewed by Garo from Japan on Wednesday, January 31, 2018I never go camping without this Spork. Light, durable and never rusted. I really like it.
Good thing! light weight!Verified Buyer Reviewed by vitsupertramp from Kiev on Thursday, January 25, 2018Good thing! light weight!
Perfect!Verified Buyer Reviewed by RDQ from Washington on Thursday, January 18, 2018How do you keep your husband out of your silverware drawer.... Get him a good quality Spork! Finally a spork he's happy with, what more can one say? I have just ordered another for my son, so his wife can also stop counting the silverware! LOL We have tried the plastic sporks and they just did not work out. Very happy with our tough Titanium spork. Hopefully, no one at work steals it.
Lightening my packVerified Buyer Reviewed by Nickels from Midwest on Monday, December 25, 2017On a titanium tear to lighten my pack weight. This one piece eating utensil fits the bill.
Light, stack very smallVerified Buyer Reviewed by Tom from Minneapolis on Tuesday, May 30, 2017Last fall I got a pair of the plastic version of these. We liked them, but routine use for cooking resulted in both having slightly melted tines, which was irritating. So we got four of the titanium ones. Compared to the plastic ones, the titanium ones are smaller, thinner, and stack better. But they're also noticeably more apt to bend, and a little harder to use since they're so thin. The knife on them is good enough for butter, cheese, etc., but won't cut through meat in any reasonable way. My daughter likes the plastic ones better, while I definitely prefer these. It would be nice if the tines were pointier and closer together, and if the knife were a little sharper or at least serrated better. Still, these are our go-to utensils now.
Nice spork.Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ms hiker from New York, NY on Tuesday, May 30, 2017This lightweight spoon/fork with serrated edge is a nice addition to my lightweight backpacking gear at a great price.
Question & Answer
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“Is this spork made in Sweden or China? Are some made in Sweden and some in China?”
There is no identifying marks on the spork to say where it was made. I do not have the packaging any more.
I'm pretty sure it's made in China... it's not stamped made in Sweden like the plastic ones. From what i remember its even vague on the packaging... its a great spork that i would feel even more proud to own if it was made in Sweden...
Mine has no markings as to where it was made anywhere on the spork. I no longer have the packaging, sorry I could not have been more help.