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Light My Fire Original BPA-Free Tritan Spork Multi-Color 4-Pack
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- Contains 4 Spork originals; spoon-fork-knife combo with serrated edge on side of fork; full-size spoon and fork
- Lightweight, durable and heat resistant; safe for non-stick cookware
- BPA-free; dishwasher safe
- Length: 6.75 inches (17 cm); Weight: 0.3 oz. (9 g)
- Made in Sweden
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The Spork original is a complete 3-in-1 utensil with a full-sized spoon and fork plus a serrated edge to serve as a knife.
Packs away perfectly in a backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunch box, purse, glove box, carry-on bag or briefcase.
The Spork original has a serrated edge that is sharp enough to cut your meat or vegetables yet will not injure the side of your mouth while eating.
The Spork original is 100% BPA free, is approved for use with food, and is dishwasher safe.
|Material||BPA-Free Tritan||100% Titanium||BPA-Free Tritan||BPA-Free Tritan||BPA-Free Tritan||BPA-Free Tritan|
|Length||6.75 inches (17 cm)||6.75 inches (17 cm)||6.75 inches (17 cm)||5.5 inches (14 cm)||8 inches (20 cm)||9.9 inches (25 cm)|
|Weight (ea)||0.3 oz. (9 g)||0.7 oz. (20 g)||0.3 oz. (9 g)||0.3 oz. (8 g)||0.6 oz. (18 g)||1.1 oz. (32 g)|
|Serrated Edge||Right side||Right side||Left side||None||Right side||Right side|
|Ideal Use||Picnics, School, Work, Everyday||Backpacking, Travel||Left Handers||Children||Bigger Bites, Deeper Scoops||Stirring, Serving|
The perfectly designed outdoor eating utensil, the Light My Fire spoon-fork-knife combo brings a bit of civilization to the wild and a bit of the wild to civilization. Triton plastic is BPA-free, won't scratch cookware, won't melt in in boiling water and is dishwasher safe. The sport is perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunchbox, purse or briefcase. Designed especially for Light My Fire by Scandinavian designer Joachim Norwell. Package of 4 Sporks.
- Product Dimensions : 6.5 x 1.38 x 0.75 inches; 1.44 Ounces
- Item model number : S-SP-4PACK-PEACOCK
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : February 12, 2016
- Manufacturer : Industrial Revolution
- ASIN : B01BP0WDPI
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#187,853 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #158 in Camping Flatware
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I have owned sporks made with all three materials....
the listing is confusing because the title said Tritan which is a co-polyester, and BPA free; but then if you click on different colors, you will see some them made out of PC (Polycarbonate) which does contain BPA
Polycarbonate (PC) is far superior to Tritan in terms of strength, durability and scratch resistance, PC flexural modulus is 400,000 PSI vs 225,000 PSI for Tritan, a lot stronger: this is why you see so many reviewers complain about Sporks breaking. Basically Tritan is breakable; the other is not, assuming typical use stress on eating utensils.
So why Tritan??? Because of BPA, many people are concerned about BPA, and Tritan is BPA free. However, it is very unlikely that any BPA will leach out of a well-used, well cleaned Spork, not an issue for me, and I clean them well anyway before first use. PC is also a little more expensive
But if money is not an issue, Titanium is best, it does cost 2-3 times more
I have bought one titanium, one PC and may Tritan sporks over the last several years. My teenage boys love these things, they are scouts and they take them on campouts. They don't break them, they lose them way before they have a chance to break them. So it does not really matter, Tritan is fine and it is cheap. I have had my Titanium for three years and I am happy with it. I took it on two week trek last July, used it for three meals a day by itself (I wasn’t cutting steaks), I was eating mac and cheese, pasta, soups, corn, potatoes, fish, oatmeal ..works great, my son lost his spork twice and I had to buy him new ones from the scout shop during the same period. Many other scouts lost their sporks, but a good number used them and were happy with them.
1. The serrated edge does irritate the corner of my moth a bit. It doesn't cut it though so its just more annoying than painful.
2. They are quite flimsy. I do not think they will hold up for very long.
If you are heavier camper than me, I would not recommend these, but for the occasional trip and travel utensil, they are perfectly fine.
Wish I could recommend this but its too flexy.