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Recent Utensil Reviews

Jetboil Utensil Kit

rated 5 of 5 stars Great product. I'm so glad I got this and did not rely on the other set I got [To-Go-Ware Repeat Bamboo utensils]. Those were such a failure that I ate with the JetBoil items and was glad I did! These are lightweight, collapsible, packable. Sturdy. Easy wash. They do slip apart a wee bit too easily. I thought I lost the handle of the spatula as it came apart, but I found it in bottom of bag. Loved the spatula. I don't have JetBoil pans, but another tall pot, and this worked perfectly to reach and… Full review

To-Go Ware RePEaT Utensil Set

rated 2 of 5 stars OK, but will replace with something else. I thought this would be great for two uses: camping and my work [a prison] where I can't bring in metal items. Smooth, well manufactured items from bamboo. Chopsticks are included. I don't use them to eat, but great for stirring, poking food items during prep. Fork tines are stubby and don't really stab food items. You have to "scoop" the food. Spoon is OK, but bowl shape is shallow and round, not oval, and does not scrape food from corners of a cup, pan… Full review

Light My Fire Spork

rated 1 of 5 stars Owned two, broke two. I recommend spending the extra $ and get the titanium version. Two cold mornings and two thick cups of oatmeal killed my plastic sporks. Suddenly being utensil-less makes a nice relaxing meal, not so nice and relaxing. Full review

Light My Fire Spork Titanium

rated 4 of 5 stars The Light My Fire titanium spork is a handsome blend of form and function, light weight and strength. If you are counting ounces for the trail, and need a spork that will not melt or break, "fork" over for this one. 17 grams, 7 inches, titanium. This Spork is not a one-ended spoon with little nubs in it. It is a gracefully arched handle with a spoon on one end and a fork on the other. The fork end is modified a bit with a serrated flat on the last tine for a makeshift knife edge. All edges are just… Full review

Snow Peak Titanium Spork

rated 5 of 5 stars I love sporks. It's titanium. It's a spork. It's titanium. Super light and it works well. My go-to utensil. I even use it for my lunch at work. Full review

Light My Fire Spork Titanium

rated 5 of 5 stars It's a metal spork. I use to have two plastic versions of these until two cold mornings, and two cups of thick oatmeal broke them in half (plastic is very brittle in the cold). Luckily, the titanium version doesn't have that problem. I've owned this spork for a few years now and it still works like the day I got it. Full review

Snow Peak Titanium Spork

rated 5 of 5 stars This utensil is durable, lightweight, and a great shape and size. So long as you don't need a knife, it's perfect for any meal. Back when I was first amassing my camping gear, I used to use Light My Fire sporks, but after having several snap in half in the middle of camping trips, I decided I needed to move to more durable camping utensils. Titanium sounded promising on that front, so I purchased a couple of Snow Peak's sporks. I have not been disappointed in the least and have since purchased two… Full review

Light My Fire Spork XM

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Nice utensil! I'm not a fan of "sporks," meaning the tined spoon kind, but I really like this Spork by LMF. It's lightweight, but not flimsy, and it's long enough to reach the bottom of my cook pot without dipping my fingers into my food. I'm much more of a spoon eater than I am a fork eater as a rule, but having both on one utensil is nice. Speaking of the spoon, it is very comfortable to eat from and holds a decent amount (I don't feel like I'm eating from a baby spoon). The only think I dislike… Full review

Light My Fire Spork XM

rated 5 of 5 stars This little dude is a must have for a campsite! The Light My Fire Spork was used so many times, I won't go without it again. I bought this spork before my last camping trip and I will never go without it again. I used it to cut food, eat food, measure out spices and coffee, and even stir my coffee grounds while brewing.  What I love about it is that the fork is on one side and the spoon is on the other, which means two separate completely functional sides (unlike the sporks where the spoon and… Full review

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