Light My Fire Original BPA-Free Tritan Spork with Full-Sized Spoon, Fork and Serrated Knife Edge, Green

June 24, 2017 - Comment
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The perfectly designed outdoor eating utensil. This Light My Fire spoon-fork-knife combo brings a bit of civilization to the wild and a bit of the wild to civilization. Designed especially for Light My Fire by Scandinavian designer Joachim Nordwall. The Spork original is a spoon-fork-knife combo with a serrated edge on the side of the fork that is perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunch box, purse, glove box, carry-on bag or briefcase. Full-size spoon and fork makes it easier to eat meals. The Spork original is made of BPA-free Eastman Tritan. Great for your next outing, no matter where it is. Dishwasher safe; Length: 6.75 inches (17 cm); Weight: 0.3 oz. (9 g). Made in Sweden.

Product Features

  • Spoon-fork-knife combo with serrated edge on side of fork; Full-size spoon and fork
  • Lightweight, durable and heat resistant; Safe for non-stick cookware
  • BPA-free; Dishwasher safe
  • Length: 6.75 inches (17 cm); Weight: 0.3 oz. (9 g)
  • Made in Sweden


S.C. Trojan says:

Snapped in half very easily, pack with care. Can’t complain for the price. I took this tritan spork on a medical mission, and it did the job for 1 meal, but when I put it back in my duffel, it snapped in half. It was a little too flexible for my taste to begin with. Again, the price is negligible, but I won’t be buying again. I will be better off sticking with the titanium version of this spork, or something made out of Lexan. Just make sure to check any baggage with the titanium spork. Panamanian TSA confiscated my boyfriend’s titanium…

Amy Erickson says:

Cool, but not very durable! I’m giving this product 3 stars because I broke one while trying to dry it off with a paper towel. Admittedly I could have been more careful with it (it’s plastic after all) but I was not expecting it to snap clean in half! 

blank L0RD_BUG says:

Unreliable for hikers, but fine for other travellers. This item does not seem QUITE as flimsy as other people claim it is, but it surely isn’t the strongest thing ever. I have no problems with the design, however, and despite other reviewers complaining about the knife portion being useless, potentially harmful, or both, I don’t have any real problem with it. 

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