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Light My Fire Titanium Spork
$12.99
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  • Made of titanium
  • Non-toxic
  • Durable and dishwasher safe
  • Measures: 6.75"


The Spork Titanium is made of titanium, one of the toughest alloys on the planet. Titanium is widely used in aircraft construction because of its lightness and extreme strength, yet it is also used in the medical and sports industries. Its high biocompatibility means that it is very non-toxic plus it is hypoallergenic, non-corrosive, and non-magnetic. Great for your next outing, no matter where it is.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.33 out of 5
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Good Reviewed by steve waters on May 31, 2015   4 out of 5

Nice tool. The tines on the fork could be sharper. The serrations on the fork are useless. The spoon is full size and functional. Lightweight and sturdy. Will last a long time.



hornet usage Reviewed by grady on Dec 22, 2014   4 out of 5

previous usage of "Hornet" has shown to be positive. theother review said something about difficulty to cut anything thicker than pasta? Any of the arthrisis assist tubes available @ "Dollarcastle" placed upon the middle did successfully give plenty of leverage to cut lanbchops with ease!!!



Great multi-function tool Reviewed by Uncle Dave on Nov 22, 2013   5 out of 5

I first discovered these in their plastic form. They were a great tool then. The Titanium version is even better. I keep on in the glove compartment, one in my office lunch kit and a couple in the home silverware drawer for quick access. I have given these as Christmas presents and I make sure the girl friend has a couple. The only down-side I have found is when you're trying to cut something harder than pasta... when you would want to hold-and-cut (steak, chicken, etc.) but at that point I use the fork and a "real" knife. Other than that one issue, I'm a "happy camper".



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