The spoon-fork-knife combo 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 is perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunchbox, purse or briefcase. even mountain expeditions and last but not least, out in the military field.
It is made from heat resistant polycarbonate material so it won't melt or even bend in hot water.
Being able to substitute 3 utensils for 1 is a real bonus, allowing you to scoop, prong, cut and lift virtually all forms of food in all environments..
Made From Heat Resistant Polycarbonate
Teflon & Non-Stick Friendly
Lightweight & Durable
Made In Sweden
Colour - Olive Green
Sporks are also frequently used by backpackers, military personnel and other outdoors enthusiasts as they are a lightweight and space-saving alternative to carrying both a fork and spoon. Materials such as stainless steel, silver, aluminum, titanium, and polycarbonate plastic have been used in spork manufacture.
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A spork (also known as a foon) is a hybrid form of cutlery taking the form of a spoon-like shallow scoop with two to four fork tines. Spork-like utensils, such as the terrapin fork or ice cream fork have been manufactured since the late 19th century; patents for spork-like designs date back to at least 1874, and the word "spork" was registered as a trademark in the US and the UK decades later. They are used by fast food restaurants, schools, prisons, the military, backpackers