Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2
Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2

Incredible Industrial Titanium Spork Gen 2

Regular price $9.95
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Part Spoon, Part Fork ALL SPORK Gen 2 With Cutting Edge

We believe is the thickness most industrial titanium spork ever made!

So heavy duty we have even tried some gardening and digging into some ice cream buckets!

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 knife really cuts even though it's a fat blade on the edge of the fork. 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".

    Titanium:

    • Manufactured from Titanium for the most extreme conditions
    • Same design as original Spork
    • Hypoallergenic
    • Dishwasher Safe, Extremely durable, Non-corrosive & Non-magnetic
    • Weight: 37 grams
    • Length: About 6.5"

    Last 2 pics show what a little heat treating and styling can do

    Customer Reviews

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    Matt (Honolulu, US)
    New Industrial Grade "Spork"

    I've had the original Light My Fire titanium spork for several years and have been very happy with them. These newly designed sporks caught my attention. Very affordable, so I bought two. After a comparison between the Light My Fire and the new model titanium spork, the old version is better. The new spork spoon is too flat for soup, but will certainly scoop frozen iced cream, or even dig holes. The fork is also blunt so it doesn't pierce food as well as the older model. Overall, the industrial grade spork is worth the money and is terrific to throw in the EDC bag or lunch pail. Get a couple of them at this price.

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    Richard D. (Johnstown, US)
    Great spork to go!

    I absolutely love this new spork. I have owned the original in plastic and titanium and I was not a fan of the original titanium. The ones offered at county comm are some of the best you can buy. Still light weight but way stronger than the previous offering.

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    James M. (Little Rock, US)
    Perfection.

    After using three different titanium sporks I found myself wishing someone would make a beefier version and the guys at CountyComm pulled it off perfectly! What with the impending collapse of society and all, I felt the need to own a spork that could fulfill the roles of both eating utensil AND Zombie self defense tool. This thing is it! I could probably get a car unstuck with this thing.Well, I’ll catch-ya later... I gotta go see what this scratching noise at the door is...?!~~~~

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    Rammcen (Knoxville, US)
    Great

    We love these. You will not disappointed.

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    clint w (Las Vegas, US)
    Good utensil..

    The best spork money can buy! 4 stars because I still don't understand what the knife edge is.. Well I guess even paper can cut you!

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