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Snow Peak Titanium Spork

photo: Snow Peak Titanium Spork utensil


Price MSRP: $8.95
Current Retail: $9.95
Historic Range: $8.44-$10.95
Reviewers Paid: $4.00-$10.00
Weight 0.6 oz
Dimensions 6.5 in x 1.6 in
Material Titanium


11 reviews
5-star:   11
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

This was a great buy. It performs exactly as a spork should. It is really useful when separating fish meat from the bones.


  • Strong
  • Durable
  • Easy to clean

This spork is really well made and is built to last. I have had mine for two years. It is much sturdier than the plastic alternatives. Definitely worth the purchase. You can also use it as a scraper on fire steel. 

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $7

If I could only have one piece of modern backpackers kit—this is it.


  • Light
  • Strong
  • Great design


  • Price

I love everything about my Snow Peak sporks and would recommend them to anyone. I've been using them for two years and well let's just say I do not plan on buying normal household flatware when I settle down from my travels, but rather stocking up on more of these lovely sporks.

The anodized colors are cool but don't wear as well as the standard color.


Okay, being more critical for a second, the bowl is a little shallow. I would guess it holds a little more than a teaspoon and the price of these sporks is a bit high, but that won't stop me from buying more in the future.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $10


Thanks for the review, Colorado. Do you have any pictures of your spork you could show others in your review?

4 years ago


4 years ago

Lightweight, heavy duty spork, perfect for backpacking, camping, or everyday use.


  • Strong/durable
  • Lightweight
  • Doesn't scratch easily
  • Easy to clean
  • Available in different colors

After many broken plastic sporks, I decided to invest in a better one. I had read reviews about the Light My Fire metal spork and how the serrated edge could easily cut someone's lip. During a trip to REI, I viewed all of the available sporks but my eye was drawn to the attractive colors of the Snow Peak sporks.  

The length of the handle was perfect and I was amazed at how lightweight it was for a metal utensil. It doesn’t tend to heat up when placed in a hot pot of food, which means no burned mouth. The spork is extremely easy to clean and rarely requires more than a quick rinse in the field.

Personally, I am not bothered by not having a knife based on the types of foods I tend to eat while camping or backpacking: pasta, stews, rice or other grain based dishes, oatmeal, etc. 

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $9.95

I love sporks. It's titanium.


  • Titanium
  • Easy to clean
  • Hypoallergenic

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.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $8

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.


  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Great size


  • Need a separate knife

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 more for a full set of four. The classic shape of these sporks is perfect for most meals. I have a small mouth, but the spork doesn't crowd it like some spoons. Even though they're metal, I've never had a problem with the handle getting hot.

I really like that the sporks stack well, making it easy to nest a whole set of them together without taking up much space.

The only way they don't compare to the Light My Fire sporks is that they don't include a serrated edge on the fork for cutting food.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $8.95

It's a spork with no extra frills. It's inexpensive, lightweight, and will do the job it's meant for.


  • Inexpensive
  • Lightweight


  • Fork part can bend if you're not careful

There's not much to say about a spork, but this thing performs above and beyond. Made out of titanium, so unless you're using the spork as an ice pick, you shouldn't have any problems with it bending.

I don't like having 3 different utensils when I'm backpacking and don't really use a knife (for cooking) so the spork option is perfect. I have modified mine so that it's a bit shorter but still fits all the way down into a Mountain House meal. I don't have to worry about cleaning it constantly because food and liquid doesn't seem to stick very well.

Snow Peak makes a good product that will last you a long time and you will not be unhappy with this purchase.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $9.95 USD

Weight, cost, material strength. All of these considered, this Ti Spork is THE perfect, must-have tool for the ultimate backpacker.

I only paid $4 for mine as it was a garage sale, package deal, but I'd be willing to pay full price had I seen these prior to the sale! You've gotta try one. They're fundamental to your camp kitchen!!

Price Paid: $4

This spork really works great in the woods. I've used the plastic stuff in the past, but after going through several plastic versions I picked this one up. Not only is it tough as nails, but it won't burn your lips after stirring up your soup. The best part is that the "fork" part is on the end and not the side, thus your left-handed friends won't give you a hard time for using a right-handed spork.

Price Paid: $8.99

Extremely compact and durable, but might pierce into my backpack with the sharp fork. So normally I hang it outside.

Awesome and light, very's a spork what else can I say.

Price Paid: Free

I asked for this spork for Christmas and my wife pulled through. I take it to work with me every day. It's light, strong, cool looking and cleans easily. It weighs about as much as a pencil, but it isn't too small to use. This will be with me on all my camping trips.

Price Paid: $9

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