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Light My Fire Titanium Spork

August 6, 2015 - Comment

The Light My Fire Spork Titanium is a perfectly designed outdoor eating utensil that 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 Titanium is a spoon-fork-knife combo with a serrated edge

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The Light My Fire Spork Titanium is a perfectly designed outdoor eating utensil that 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 Titanium is a spoon-fork-knife combo with a serrated edge on the side of the fork and a slightly textured center that provides an anti-slip grip. Titanium is one of the toughest, most durable alloys on the planet and has excellent resiliency, meaning the Spork’s shape can be restored if it bends slightly (for example, dishing very cold ice cream). Titanium is widely used in aircraft construction because of its lightness and extreme strength, yet it is also used in surgical and dental implants. The polished titanium surface of the Spork Titanium offers a high biocompatibility that is non-toxic and does not produce a metallic taste. Non-corrosive and non-magnetic, the Light My Fire Spork Titanium is perfect for the backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunch box, purse, glove box or briefcase – it’s even TSA approved. Spork Titanium is compatible with any Light My Fire Meal Kit or Spork Cases designed for original Light My Fire Sporks. Dishwasher safe. Length: 6.75 inches (17 cm); Thickness: 0.04 inches (1 mm); Weight: 0.7 oz. (20 g). Designed in Sweden, made in China. One year manufacturer’s warranty.The most versatile outdoor eating utensil, the spoon-fork-knife combo makes eating–and cleaning up–on the go a breeze. Designed especially for Light My Fire by Scandinavian designer Joachim Nordwall, the spork is perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunchbox, purse, or briefcase. This spork is made of titanium, one of the toughest alloys on the planet, widely used in aircraft construction because of its lightness, extreme strength, and long-lasting durability. Its high biocompatibility means that it is also safe and non-toxic.

Product Features

  • 100% titanium spoon-fork-knife combo with serrated edge on side of fork
  • Durable, lightweight, heat resistant (melting point 2,372 F/1,300 C), non-corrosive and non-magnetic
  • Polished titanium surfaces produces no metallic taste; middle is slightly textured for an anti-slip grip
  • Hypoallergenic, non-toxic and is biocompatible with human skin; dishwasher safe
  • Length: 6.75 inches (17 cm); Thickness: 0.04 inches (1 mm); Weight: 0.7 oz. (20 g)
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Comments

Cat C says:

I’m madly in love with this spork. My trusty friend, a plastic Light My Fire spork, passed away last year. He lost a terrible fight with a particularly heavy textbook that took place in my backpack one day. We had spent so many happy times together–in the Tetons, on the Appalachian Trail, and countless packed lunches in college. 

Amazon Customer says:

Titanium Light My Fire Spork Light My Fire’s sporks are the best designed of any sporks that I’ve ever used. I actually like them for picnic meals and brown bag lunches. One end is a combination fork and mini place knife and the opposite end is a useful spoon. This spork design is comfortable to use whether you are eating soup or cake. The only thing missing is a hole or clip to make it easy to attach to your bag or pack, but it may work with some clips if they are used in the narrow middle of the spork…

fredtownward "The Analytical Mind; Have Brain... says:

A Utensil Too Far Light My Fire has produced arguably the best spork, fork-spoon combination, ever made; unfortunately, they were not satisfied with this and insisted on trying to make it a knife as well. This was a bad idea for three reasons. First, the smooth side of a fork is good enough for “soft” cutting. Second, the serrations are neither long enough nor sharp enough to be much good as a knife, but they are sharp enough to damage the mouth if the wielder is careless. Third, for any serious cutting…

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