Light My Fire Spork Reviews
Product Type: Light My Fire Kitchenware
Newest Review: ... the first items to be packed whether its a one night ramble or a week long holiday. Metal separates have their uses and also ... more
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by - written on 31/07/11 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Having spent many years using seperate utensils which clip together for camping one day the fork went missing and because of that unfortunate incident i ended up with a far superior product. A spork combined all 3 cutlery items in one plastic item. At just 9g in weight its a very light item which is now one of the first items to be packed whether its a one night ramble or a week long holiday. Metal separates have their uses and also downfalls. Having more than one item is great when you need to hold an item steady with a fork and cut with a knife but for me its a rare occurance that camp food requires such an approach and the sharp knife on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11, updated on 29/07/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
My brother goes camping with his family literally every weekend over the summer - and so when I see a good idea that would enhance his camping experience, I like to buy it for him (as long as its not too expensive!). I first saw the "Light My Fire Spork" in a Travel Book Shop in London and thought it was a great idea - although they were really highly priced in that shop and so I thought I'd look them up when I got home. I managed to get a pack of four Sporks from Amazon.co.uk for £6.30 - which included the next-day delivery price also. I have since bought a packet for my kids to put in their lunch boxes. Basically, the Light My Fire Spork is a ... Read the complete review
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