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Toaks Titanium Long Handle Spoon

rated 5.0 of 5 stars
photo: Toaks Titanium Long Handle Spoon utensil

Great for eating out of tall food bags and stirring food over a hot flame.

Pros

  • Made of titanium (plastics break)
  • I love the long handle
  • Very sturdy feeling
  • Polished bowl is easy to clean
  • Flat tip of the spoon is nice for scraping burnt or frozen food
  • Very nice shape overall that feels very comfortable in hand
  • Fair price compared to competitors
  • Comes with a small orange storage bag

Cons

  • I think it might be trying to make me fat

I started out with plastic sporks, and broke them in the cold. Then I got a titanium spork, but never used the fork end after years of use, and I found it to be a little short when eating out of packages or stirring food over heat. 

Now I use Toaks's long handled titanium spoon, and love it. It feels like a chef's utensil in hand, and the angle of the bowl is great for scooping. I may add lines to the end of the handle for measuring water in my cup, but estimating normally works fine.

Also, I've used the handle as a bottle opener. It's not designed for this feature, but with a little bit of know-how it can be used successfully. 

Size:

  • Handle - 6.75" long x 5/8" wide
  • Bowl - 1.5" long x 1.5" wide
  • Overall length - 8.5"
  • Weight - 20.32 grams (spoon only, no bag)

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $12

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Specs

Price MSRP: $9.95
Current Retail: $9.95
Historic Range: $9.95
Reviewers Paid: $12.00
Weight 0.65 oz / 19 g
Length 8 5/8 in / 220 mm
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