Light My Fire Spork Review





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Published on Aug 17, 2009

Bringing your own utensils is a good idea when traveling and a necessity when camping. It's embarrassing but I can't tell you how many times I've carefully planned out what supplies to bring out on to a camping trip and then forgotten to bring any cutlery (and had to use my camp knife as a makeshift fork). Even if you're going abroad and planning on spending all your time in hostels, you'll be grateful when dinner time hits and all the silverware in the hostel kitchen is either being used or hasn't been washed. Although the Light My Fire Spork isn't perfect, it's proven to be useful enough to merit this review. Just a few changes would be needed to make it my perfect utensil.

The Light My Fire Spork features:
- Heat resistant material - doesn't melt in hot/boiling water
- Won't scratch non-stick cookware, Teflon-friendly
- Machine washable
- Nineteen colors - NEW Metallic and Transparent Colors available
- Weight: 8 grams - 17 grams Titanium
- Compatible with Leave No Trace ethics
- Available in PC or BPA free Tritan

What needs work:
- The plastic will bend and even break when used on tough foods like ice cream
- A longer handle is needed if you plan on using the spoon and fork for the same meal
- The titanium version is just too darn expensive

This video was shot with a Canon G9 on loan.


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