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the SPORK OFF !! (pic heavy)

Discussion in 'Gear Reviews' started by jericanman, May 12, 2012.

  1. gremlin078

    gremlin078 Loaded Pockets

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    I have a spork and travel chopsticks in my EDC bag, because I've been stuck without utensils a couple times too many. My spork is blue nalgene from GSI outdoors.
     
  2. brix

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    I usually carry two with me in my pack:

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    The AK Ti Apcocalyspork for me and the stubby for the wife or kiddo. I have heard stories about LMF Ti sporks breaking in different situations so got the AK spork which is built like a tank and can be used as a last ditch impact weapon as well. Use mine all the time for lunch and when we are out and about at places like farmers markets or travelling.​
     
  3. jericanman

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    nice sporks i like the mini one, whats the brand for that (is it the same as the other one) and where can i get them. :)
     
  4. brix

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    The mini one is a Snow Peak stubby. Its actually part of a set that includes collapsible chopsticks. AK does make a stubby version of their spork but the Snow Peak is way cheaper.

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    I just bought a Delta spork to add to my spork collection- this one has a knife too, that is more usable than the one with the Light My Fire Spork. I like having a serrated knife when travelling and this one would get through air security. Here's a link to a picture : http://www.seatosummit.com/products/display/168
     
  7. jericanman

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    loving all the spork pics... but how would you all rate your sporks ??
     
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    /ten char.
     
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  10. brix

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    The stubby is great to use when on the go for obvious reasons. It is well built and Snowpeak is known for their high quality Ti products so this one is no different. Great compact spork.

    The AK for me is great. The wider surface allows you to get more food per bite. Feels great in the hand and is pretty much bulletproof. Although it comes with a pretty hefty price tag for a spork, for me it is worth every penny, especially if you eat on the go. Its an overbuilt quality piece of work.


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  11. Mauser

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    These are mine. 4 from the producer, other self-made from the titanium. Nearly an every day for a dinner on work, I use a big fork (REI), a spoon with a skull and a knife (which from above photos).
    Well and the smallest (without the handle, which) always in EDC set.
     
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  12. jericanman

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    thats a nice set of forks spoons and sporks. what is the one on the far left ?
     
  13. Mauser

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    The extremely left, top and bottom - knifes. Fruit - knifes. Top I use nearly a year.
     
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  14. jericanman

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    ah cool, interesting designs, im guessing they are better for the tasks you throw at them. i have to use my pocket knifes mixed with sporks for eating when out in the uk, as having a fixed sharpened blade like your nice ones would be ilegal