« Empire Paintball Grind Chest Protectors (Large / X-Large) IamTee Pursuit of Hoppiness T-Shirt-Black-XL » 3 thoughts on “Light My Fire Titanium Spork” 319 of 326 people found the following review helpful I’m madly in love with this spork., August 22, 2013 By Cat C – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Light My Fire Titanium Spork (Sports) 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. I mourned for an appropriate amount of time, and then I bought this as a replacement. So far, it’s wonderful. I think we’ve been together long enough to say that it’s past the honeymoon phase. It has the same functionality of my previous spork, with the added bonus of being a little less prone to breaking in half (and thus breaking my heart). We climbed Mount Olympus together. I really think this spork is The One, you know? I think I found my sporkmate! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comments (8) Reply 121 of 126 people found the following review helpful Titanium Light My Fire Spork, February 9, 2009 By Amazon Customer (Durham, NC, USA) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Light My Fire Titanium Spork (Sports) 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. Titanium spork weighs little, but is strong. Color and finish are flat and dull. It looks to be a greenish color easy to lose in the wild for it would blend in on a camo background. Looks like an excellent color for anyone seeking a neutral color. Also good for folks that like metal flatware. This titanium spork is sized for individual use. It is not magnetic, I know titanium is not magnetic, but last titanium item I acquired only had a titanium finish. This spork appears to be solid titanium so none sparking and not magnetic making it safe to use in some otherwise hazardous environments. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 151 of 161 people found the following review helpful A Utensil Too Far, August 17, 2009 By FredTownWard (Tallahassee, Florida, USA) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Light My Fire Titanium Spork (Sports) 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 you’d need a separate knife and fork anyway. All in all it would be a much better product without the poor attempt at a knife. (Might serve as a fish scaler though.) However, other than this minor design flaw, it is a wonder: a genuinely useful spoon paired with a more than adequate fork in an ergonomic design, made of virtually indestructible titanium. Of course making the other utensil the handle of the one you are using will present difficulties if you need to switch back and forth without being able to clean it first. The only other nit worth picking is that the sunken lettering of the logo on the top of the handle is an annoying dirt catcher, a defining case of “too much information”. Still, for the purpose of substituting a single utensil for two, either in the great outdoors or the cubicle jungle, it cannot be beat! Note: These items are also available in Teflon-friendly, heat resistant, BPA-free copolyester, individually: Light My Fire Spork, with a tiny carrying case to keep it clean: Light My Fire SporkCase with 1 Spork, and in 4-packs: Light My Fire Spork 4-Pack, and there is a slightly larger model for the “large handed” (or the “large stomached”): Light My Fire Spork XM and an even larger Serving Spork: Light My Fire Serving Spork for the main dish (or for real NFL players sporking Campbell’s Chunky Fully Loaded out of the Black Cans). There is now even an infant and toddler version that is thicker, rounder, with the serrations removed for safety: Light My Fire 3-Pack Spork Little and a Light My Fire Spork Lefty (Pack of 2) for southpaws. Note: When Sea To Summit designed their own spork: Sea To Summit Delta Spork With Knife, they went the opposite way, putting a MUCH better knife on one end and a combined spoon and fork on the other end, which has the major disadvantage IMHO of rendering the spoon fairly useless for soup. However, unlike Light My Fire, which has refused to back off a bad design feature except in their infant and toddler spork, Sea To Summit also offers a Sea To Summit Delta Spoon With Knife, which preserves the excellent knife and gives you a large and complete spoon on the other end. A Light My Fire Spork and a Sea To Summit Spife make the perfect pair of utensils; either in the great outdoors or the cubicle jungle, they cannot be beat,… at least until we talk Light My Fire into offering serrations free versions of their larger models. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comments (5) Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.