Titanium Spork

A clever combination of camping cutlery

Titanium Spork

A clever combination of camping cutlery

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Hmm... Beans or sausage?

In today’s fast-paced modern world who has time to wield a fork, a knife and a spoon simultaneously, let alone carry all of these bulky implements around with them? We'll tell you who. No-one.

Well here comes the solution, because the Titanium Spork is pretty much the pinnacle of ergonomic utensil design, and follows hot on the heels of the pointy stick, the ‘Lazy Susan’ and more recently the Stake 3-in-1 BBQ Tool.

Perfect for your contemporary camping enthusiast; who recognises the importance of always having one hand free to assemble shelters, swim across dirty rivers and wrestle wild hungry beasts when the need arises.

Everything you need on one dining utensil:
It's a spoon


It's a fork


Bloody hell, it's also a knife!

BONUS: Knife!

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The original Titanium Spork was forged from a solid block of titanium that appeared suddenly during a massive electrical storm. In fact, locals of the remote Swedish town still quiver when recalling the awesome majesty of the ‘spørk lightning’ that lit up the sky and gave this incredible tool its name. Or so we’re told. *

Just think; you could be clicking Buy, grappling with a grumpy Grizzly AND eating lunch. Simultaneously. Right now. So what are you waiting for?

*We totally weren’t told this

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Please Note:
  • Firebox does not recommend or condone bear wrestling in any form
Product Features:
  • Titanium is non-corrosive (won’t rust)
  • Titanium is non-magnetic (won’t stick to your coin purse)
  • Titanium is hypoallergenic (won’t give you a rash)
  • Titanium is easily one of the coolest sounding metals
Technical Specifications
  • Has a melting point of 1,300°C
  • Incorporates a Spoon, a Fork and a Knife into one mighty tool
  • Measures approximately 17cm(H) x 3cm(W)
  • Weighs approximately 17g

Customer Reviews

Bought one for my spork-mad teenage son last Christmas and he's used it every day since then for all his spoon and/or fork needs. His comment: Best cutlery ever.
Lisa - 12th April 2013
Firebox says: He's not wrong Lisa, the Spork is surely the utensil of champions. The knife's days are numbered and it's good to see your son at the very forefront of this great new movement.