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Recent Utensil Reviews

humangear GoBites Duo

rated 3.5 of 5 stars 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

Vargo Titanium Folding Spork

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Unbreakable construction, light weight, and ease of packing make this a reliable choice for any back country adventure. A little care is needed with securing the lock mechanism, and the depth of the spoon and length of fork tines are the only minor complaints. Testing Conditions I or my wife have used the Vargo Titanium Folding Spork (VTFS) on every trip since March 2017. I have eaten more than 30 meals with the spork and my wife has used it on three trips totaling six nights. Most meals were typical… Full review

Sea to Summit AlphaLight Long Spoon

rated 5 of 5 stars A lightweight long spoon made for eating meals out of dehydrated pouches. High quality aluminum alloy. The spoon is hard anodized, to prevent chemicals leeching into food. A great spoon for multi-day backpacking trips when food weight matters.The long spoon allows me to keep my backpacking kitchen light: spoon, Snow Peak mug, and fuel canister stove. The spoon is a couple inches longer than regular sized spoons, which means you will not get food on your fingers when digging the last spoonfuls out… Full review

Sea to Summit Delta Spork with Knife

rated 5 of 5 stars The Sea to Summit Delta Spork with knife is the perfect all meal utensil for the trail. It is a fork, spoon, and knife all in one. Since I got my spork, I have brought it on all of my backpacking trips. It eliminates any need to bring three separate utensils and instead combines them all into one lightweight plastic alternative. The only downside to its design is that it gets a little bit messy when you switch from using one end to the other. I have to make sure not to get whatever I'm eating all… Full review

Sea to Summit Spork

rated 5 of 5 stars Better than a spork. Summary: This thing gets almost everything right: it is cheap, lightweight, durable, does what it is supposed to and does it well. Price: $AU 1.50, say $US 1. Weight: 12g (0.4 oz) Convenience: The thing I really hate about normal double ended sporks is that when you change ends you get food on your hand from the end you were just using. This one has everything at one end so you do forking, spooning, and cutting without changing ends. It does not have a serrated cutting edge,… Full review

Light My Fire Spork Titanium

rated 5 of 5 stars A great example of "Penny wise, pound foolish." I think when a lot of people get in to camping and backpacking the prices make them blink. "14 bucks for a freaking spoon? I'll grab a couple of these plastics ones for 5 bucks." And then the spoons break so they buy more. If they get in to it, eventually they start seeing the wisdom in spending the money to "buy it once." If you're researching sporks this is the one to buy. Once. Less than an ounce, rock solid, perfect form, cleans easily, and unless… Full review

Light My Fire Spork

rated 1.5 of 5 stars I've owned three of these (bought one and received two as gifts). All three broke at some point. This is one of the pieces of gear that I always see in stores and am always tempted to buy because it's not priced high at all and seems very practical — but every one that I've owned has broken, and so have many of the ones that my friends have owned. And each time I'm on a camping trip and one of these breaks, we all talk about why we just didn't bring a disposable plastic fork or spoon with us (you… Full review

Sea to Summit AlphaLight Long Spoon

rated 5 of 5 stars Will never need another spoon in the backcountry! I love this spoon! It works great with freeze dried meals due to its length. I bought this spoon last year after a friend recommended it for use with freeze dried hiker dinners. I love it! It's the only piece of silverware I bring backpacking. It comes with its own mini carabiner to hook onto a bag or camp kitchen line or hook.  I just bought one for my son too because he took mine on a trip and loved it as well.  Full review

MSR Alpine Kitchen Knife

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A nicely put together utility knife for the kitchen, whether at home or out in the country. I've had a couple of these now, over several years. They're a go-to knife in the kitchen at home as well as out in the field. They're more suited to car camping, where you'll be bringing along food that requires some prep work, but they can work well in a backpack kitchen.  It's bloody LIGHT. The official spec listed is 1.7 ounces. Coming with that is a very thin blade with a decent amount of flex and what… Full review

Top-Rated Utensils

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GSI Outdoors Tablesppoon
$1
GSI Outdoors Fork
$1
GSI Outdoors Knife
$1
user rating: 1 of 5 (1)
Sea to Summit Polycarbonate Cutlery
$1 - $16
GSI Outdoors Spoon
$4
Sea to Summit Polycarbonate Utensils Set
$1 - $4
Olicamp Soup Spoon
$2
Olicamp Teaspoon
$2
MSR Folding Fork
$2 - $3
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
REI Campware Long Spoon
$2 MSRP
REI Chefware Long Polypropylene Spoon
$2 MSRP
Olicamp Fork
$2
Coghlan's Extension Fork
$2
Coghlan's Can Opener
$2
Olicamp Knife
$2
 
GSI Outdoors Nylon Ladle
$2
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Spoon
$3
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Fork
$3
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Knife
$3
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors Mini-Spatula
$3 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Sea to Summit Delta Spork with Knife
$3
Coghlan's Deluxe Chow Kit
$3
 
Coghlan's Camp Fork
$3
Coghlan's Toaster Forks
$3
 
GSI Outdoors TEKK Cutlery Set
$3
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
MSR Folding Spoon
$3
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (27)
Light My Fire Spork
$3 - $10
 
Grand Trunk Multi-Purpose Spoon
$3
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Coghlan's Chow Kit
$3
GSI Outdoors Piranha Cutlery Set
$4
GSI Outdoors Nylon Spatula
$4
GSI Outdoors Ring Cutlery Set
$4 - $9
user rating: 4 of 5 (4)
Light My Fire Spork XM
$4 - $7
 
GSI Outdoors Cascadian Divided Plate
$4 MSRP
MSR Alpine Tool Fork
$4 - $6
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors Telescoping Foon
$4
GSI Outdoors Nylon Serving Spoon
$4
GSI Outdoors Pack Spatula
$4
Sea to Summit Delta Spoon
$4
GSI Outdoors Pack Tong
$4
user rating: 5 of 5 (5)
GSI Outdoors Compact Scraper
$5
user rating: 3 of 5 (1)
MSR Folding Spork
$4 - $12
MSR Alpine Utensils Grater-Strainer
$4 - $6
MSR Alpine Tool Spoon
$4 - $9
Primus Folding Spork
$74
GSI Outdoors Stacking Cutlery Set
$4
Coghlan's Telescoping Fork
$4
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Columbia River Eat'N Tool Multi-Tool / Utensil
$5 - $7
Coghlan's Cutlery Set
$5
Snow Peak Folding Turner
$10
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