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Not just a spork

Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by LUW, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. LUW

    LUW Loaded Pockets

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  2. jeeves3443

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    It'd be cool to have tucked away somewhere.

    Although, I think that with all the 'restrictions' taking place on kubatons and 'self-defense' tools that this may fall into a suspicious category in the eyes of a zealous purveyor of security. Not something I'd want to try and get onto a plane. But still something I could see buying, just to have if nothing else.
     
  3. P35

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    too short for effective eating IMO..I'm a fan of the Light My Fire design, it's a tool as well, but for eating only
     
  4. jehan60188

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    looks like a great way to get hot soup on your knuckles
     
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    I think the REAL question on everyone's mind is...






    Does/will it come in Titanium?
     
  6. Harry999

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    I have one of these and it works very well as a spoon and fork. So much so that I use it more than my Light my fire spork.
     
  7. jeeves3443

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    Welcome to the Forums Harry.

    Thanks for your real-life feed-back.

    How well does it handle heat? Having your hand that close to, lets say, a hot beef stew is something that's obviously going to cross someone's mind before purchasing.
    Does the material transfer heat well (does it get hot fast?) or can you eat a whole meal without having to wait for the spork to cool at certain intervals?

    What about it do you prefer over the 'light my fire' spork?
     
  8. marsos52

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    a multi tool with out a knife??
     
  9. Priestly

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    Wrenches? In case you've bolted your Spaghetti-Os down? :laugh:
     
  10. jehan60188

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    nobody's gettin' mah chef boyardee!
     
  11. willofgod

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    Glad I did a search, I just saw it on ThinkGeek and was going to post about it. Seems pretty neat to me.
     
  12. jp2515

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    Seen one in person. Might not be the nicest or most pleasant thing to have around but with that and a P38 I'll be eating while everyone else watches. Besides what gear junkie doesn't have a LMF spork laying around in their bag.