right its time for the spork off ... i have been using several sporks / forks for a whilke now, mostly for eating take away food, and at the odd bbq, i have decided to review my sporks. from left to right. stainless steel spork, 2 part SAK type penknife with fork and spoon, homemade mini spork, homemade carabiner fork. test one (size bulk and weight) stainless steel spork this sp ork is fairly long, average spoon size, while it fits in a bag great it may be too large for edc in pockets 2 part SAK type penknife with fork and spoon for its size this SAK knockoff does the job, has spoon , fork, knife, corkscrew, bottle oppener. and splits in half allowin g you to use the fork with either the knife or spoon. it is fairly compact but fairly heavy. homemade mini spork this is cut down so small and compact. homemade carabiner fork. small and can clip on webbing and the like food test's first noodles a fairly challanging for the sporks. you have bits to spike with the prongs, noodles to pick up and liquid at the end to scoop. the spork was not very good at lifting noodles, even when i wrapped them round the spork. or stabbed the noodles or spooned them up the 2 part sak worked great, with the option to use fork and spoon at once the noodles where quickly lifted to my mouth. the homemade spork worked fine, it has deeper prongs than normal sporks. for stabbing veg and meat the spork was near to useless, here a small bit of meat wedged in between the prongs. the 2 park sak and the fork on the carabiner worked the best here even getting realy small stuff with no problem. homemade spork worked ok, got a fair bit of stuff with every stab of the food. now to eat the stock at the bottom of the bowl a whole other ball game. spork did fairly well. its short prongs but ok sized spoon means it gets a fair bit. homemade spork, not that great, harly got any, due to the larger prongs. the 2 part sak does the best again. results stainless steel spork, its not great at anything but does the job, to big for pocket carry but great for a bag. 2 part SAK type penknife with fork and spoon, ive had this for a while and it is great you can eat anything with the combo of fork , spoon and a knife. but its a tad bulky and heavy and i have found a fair few times i would have loved to use it but had left it at home. homemade mini spork, my mini spork thnis rides with me every day it deals with most stuff i throw at it, from fish and chips to salads and sushi. and it clips on my keychain so i actualy have it every day. homemade carabiner fork. this is fairly new i have used it a fair bit and it works ok, great for some foods and its clipped to my bag but a pain to clean with the para cord and all.