Light My Fire Spork Spoon-Knife-Fork Combo Utensil
Ultralight and effective
This is the first spork-spoon-knife combo I've owned and I'm really happy with it. It's ultralight (0.2 oz), inexpensive and packs well inside most pots. Because it's plastic you won't have to worry about scratching the non-stick surface of your cookware. The only minor downside of this combo is if your meal contains items where you have to use both the spoon and the fork, you'll wind up having to hold the messy end of the utensil at some point. But this can be avoided if you simply wipe down the used end with a cloth. This combo is great for the ultralight backpacker and I would recommend it to anyone. It hasn't let me down.
March 16, 2008
It is good for what is is described for. Like earlier reviews say, the worst thing is when you have a meal that needs a fork and a spoon. I have found that I prefer a sererate fork, spoon and knife. And a long spoon is great for those meals that have a deep container. I like the Boker SnakPak set for the great knife and fork. but the spoon needs help. I added the GSI aluminum ling spoon and that is the complete Ultralite setup.for me anyway.
March 31, 2011
It is Okay
This is my 2nd one I purchased. The first one lasted me about 2 years, or about 20 campouts. It broke while eating some venison. I give it a 31/2 rating. It is good for stew like meals, but it is terrible when you have to use it as a knife. It is very light weight and I like that you can use it as a spoon or a fork.
December 16, 2013
Don't waste your money
This thing is rubbish! First day of a 5 day trip the thing broke in two pieces. Its flimzy and poorly constructed. I wound up eating with my hands. You are better off getting plastic utensils from McDonalds or some fast food place.
September 10, 2013