Brunton MY-Ti Folding Spork
Best spork design. There's not much to say about it.
Source: bought it new
Best spork design.
- foldable but still rigid when eating
There's not much to say about it. I like a lot that's foldable and you can put it inside a small can or anywhere. Very light and comfortable enough to eat.
I own also a Snow Peak titanium spork (full rigid), but I observed in time that my preferred one is My-Ti.
This spork is fantastic. For the one that said that…
This spork is fantastic. For the one that said that it will buckle when weighted down here is why you are experiencing that problem: You need to slide that thing that is on the handle down toward the spoon end (where it folds). That is the locking mechanism that keeps the prongs from giving way and folding on you. Try that and you'll see that this spork will handle all the chili, stew, spaghetti or anything else that you want to scoop out of a bowl, plate, pan, cup or pot.
Very lightweight! And titanium! but you already knew…
Price Paid: $10.95
but you already knew that...
This things folds into next to nothing. I use it with my Primus EtaExpress setup.
The only con I can think of, is that if you attempt to move too much weight with it (like a thick curry or chili), the folding mechanism will kick in - it will fold.
I can see why they made it like this - it's more compact. But there are other folding sporks out there (or at least folding spoons) that fold the other way - meaning you can put as much pressure on it as you like without any need for concern of collapse. That's the only reason I give this 3.5 stars. Apart from that, I give it 5 stars.
The 1st one foldable folk, titanium fork. Weighs 35g,…
Price Paid: $19
The 1st one foldable folk, titanium fork. Weighs 35g, 10g less than normal stainless steel fork, but more than 10 times price.