Light My Fire BPA-Free Original Spork BIO 4-Pack

August 3, 2019 - Comment
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The Light My Fork Spork Original BIO is the perfect reusable spork to avoid using one time use cutlery. It was designed specifically for us by Scandinavian designer Joachim Nordwall. This spork is a spoon-fork-knife since it has a serrated edge on the side of the fork. This makes it versatile enough to use whether you are backpacking, having a picnic, or just grabbing some lunch to go. If you are using to cook in the backcountry know that it is safe to use with non-stick cookware. It also uses BPA-free Biobased plastics that are dishwasher safe, making them easy on the environment and easy to clean. This kit includes four Light My Fire Original Sporks.

Product Features

  • Regular sized spoon-fork-knife utensil combo with serrated edge on side of fork
  • Made from Biobased plastics – 100% BPA free
  • Heat resistant and non-stick cookware safe
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning
  • Includes four Spork Originals in different colors
  • Camping Outdoor Lifestyle


Anonymous says:

Great for travel or camping This is a set of plastic multi-use multi-function silverware. Each piece is 6.75” long and 1.5” wide and weighs just 12 gm (0.4 oz). On one end is a spoon; on the other is a fork, of which one side has a serrated edge for cutting. The pieces are made of a biobased plastic and are BPA free. They are dishwasher safe. The product was made in Sweden.I really like this silverware for travel. I always used to travel with a metal spoon and fork in my bags. But then TSA thought I was going…

Anonymous says:

They work great I really like these so far. They are made of a slightly bendy plastic which I wasn’t sure about at first, but realistically you probably aren’t going to use them to serve hard ice cream or anything like that if you’re using them as travel or camping utensils. They work perfectly well on things like curry, chili, canned fruit, rice, etc. But they are short and if you’re eating out of a tall package your hand will probably get food on it. And if you use the fork to eat something like pancakes…

blank Anonymous says:

Versatile, but not strong/durable I am an avid hiker, backpacker, and wilderness backpacker. For going into the backcountry where every ounce of weight saved — and reliability of your gear — counts towards your enjoyment of the adventure, something as fundamental as eating utensils must meet a high quality. Yes, food can be enjoyed without a fork or spoon… After all, there is plenty of material available to make yourself a pair of chopsticks, but if you need to eat quickly without dirtying up your hands, a set of utensils…

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