A convenient item if you use both a spoon and a fork, and prefer longer tines than a spork. Sturdy construction, length, and versatility make it worth considering, but also pay attention to the spoon depth, need to switch ends during a meal, difficulty cleaning, and potential for discoloration. Testing Conditions I used the Humangear GoBites Duo (hereafter referred to as Duo) from September 2016 through August 2017 on at least 10 backpacking trips. It was my primary utensil from September to March… Full review
GoBites Duo — One spork to rule them all. Ok, maybe just very well thought out, giving it a wide range of capability. Last winter, my job had me traveling near Paramus, N.J. That meant I had to visit the "Mecca" of my youth. Campmor. Wandering around looking at things I couldn't find locally in Iowa, I ran across the GoBites Duo. $7, OK, why not. I have to say, this utensil set is durable, fairly compact and yet can get to the length needed to reach down into a bag of freeze dried food… Full review
After several breakages of the plastic Light My Fire spork, I decided to try the new GoBites Uno. Human Gear took the idea and improved on it. I know most people who have used the Light My Fire Spork have had to deal with breakage. It is a nice design, but just not durable. As of this year, Human Gear has brought us the GoBites Uno. (Uno because they have a Duo and a Trio.) Durability is key with this spork. As you can see by the photos below, I used roughly the same amount of pressure on the… Full review
A nice replacement top for large mouth bottles. Provides a smaller drinking area which helps keep the fluid off your body when the ice shifts or you turn up the bottle too fast. I've used Nalgene bottles for close to 20 years and periodically have to replace the tops due to dishwasher heater element mishaps or because the strap eventually wears out. I needed to replace a top recently and I saw this humangear top at one of our Army/Navy Surplus stores and decided to try it. I have been really pleased… Full review
Humangear makes the squeezable GoToob travel containers and the capCAP for water bottles.