Part Spoon, Part Fork ALL SPORK
We have seen Sporks before, but the Super Spork has a whole new twist. It is a knife, spoon and fork all in one with artistic flair. The serrated knife really cuts. These Sporks are perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunchbox, purse or briefcase.
Our in-house testers have found the "super spork" to be superior to others tested particularly with noodles. "The spoon end plowed through severely frozen ice cream without making our hands cold". "The knife edge worked great for spreading jam on crackers in the middle of our day hike for that little extra energy...we also loved the price. It's affordable and if it's lost, I won't cry. This isn't the Colonel's spork".
NATO STOCK # SJ-304
I chose orange so I can easily see it. It’s my only utensil when I’m driving OTR. I bought the green one for Mom for her packed lunches at church functions. Love it!
Super lightweight, really useful. Perfect for taking anywhere, except maybe the airport.
My first impression of the titanium spork was just how light weight it is. I mean it feels like a sheet of notebook paper, yet very strong and durable. The sporks have a textured area in the middle that I actually don’t care for...reminds me of a chalk board. But that’s really not here nor there. Overall a great product and one perfectly suited for those concerned with adding bulk or weight to their load. I got my wife and I the Ti models and plastic ones for the kid’s lunch boxes. I’ve been endoctrinating the children on all things County Comm ;) I like that they’re growing up knowing what quality feels like.
Thanks again CC!
This is the same as the "Light My Fire" spork. I really like a non-metal option because it's lighter and less likely for me to jab myself badly when digging through my pack for it.
The fairly compact length is not a problem as it still feels comfortable/ergonomic to eat with either end.
I dislike other keychain/multitool sporks that are really short and have additions like a bottle opener or hex wrench which add surface area in weird places, and I think that's excessive.
This is simple and does what it should do best. The light serrated edge will give you mixed success depending on the exact food you're trying to cut, but it's better than nothing. It's dull enough that I won't cut myself by accident while using it.