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Light My Fire Spork (Happy Green)

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Colour: Green
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Tough, light, easy, safe and fun to use - the original spoon/fork/knife combo.

Perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, or lunchbox, Light My Fire Sporks bring 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, they are lightweight, heat resistant and extremely durable, and safe for use with dishwashers and non-stick cookware.


  • Material: Tritan
  • Size: 170mm x 38mm x 17mm
  • Weight: 9g

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  • 5 out of 5
It's all about the combined cutlery!, 15 February 2010
By Ellie
The spork is an ingenius invention! So versatile and handy. It doesn't exactly compare to the fine polished silver when eating a roast dinner, but it certainly out-compares when eating comforting camping food. I take my spork on every trip now. Nice and lightweight.. will assist you in eating anything, and anything it can't handle your pen knife can. Ideal for eating a bowl of heartily porridge to sugaring your coffee, to consuming a rehydrated meal in the chilly Arctic air to even just a yoghurt at your office desk!! Thoroughly reccommend spending such a little amount for such great benefits. Don't leave home (or stay in) without a spork!

  • 5 out of 5
spork, 31 January 2010
By mulcahen (uk)
I love mine, nice and light and a bit easier to eat pasta with than a spoon. Does not fit nicely into my mug though so am always scared it will rip something