- An absolute must-have for any hunt when packing in Mountain House or Peak Refuel meals to keep your hands clean
- Durable aluminum build means that it will not break in or out of your pack
- The lightweight build is ideal for the ounce counting backcountry hunter
- The length is 8.5”
- Weighs only 0.4 oz
- Warranty - Lifetime manufacturer
If you are a hunter who is looking for a lightweight spork and consistently eats Mountain House or Peak Refuel, then look no further. Sea to Summit's Alpha Light Spork uses a durable aluminum combined with a sleek-yet-strong shape to create an extremely lightweight utensil at a surprisingly affordable price. By hard anodizing the aluminum, it forms a kind of "exoskeleton," so the utensils can be slimmer and lighter. This hardened shell also encapsulates the aluminum, to eliminate the risk of the alloy leaching into the food.
|Dimensions||8.5" x 1.5"|
|Material||Hard-anodized aluminum alloy|
Great service thanks guys
Spork is tough and worked great. But almost lost it due to the clip breaking. I would recommend changing it out before taking it into the field
The fork seemed to hold up well with the field conditions, but the Clip that comes with it is weak. I recommend changing it out as mine broke in the field and I almost lost the spork
Works perfectly for eating peak refuel meals, lightweight, small, really easy to clean, and get's the job done exactly as you'd want it to.
Though I didn't buy this through GoHUNT (sorry guys), I have had two of these for the family for over a year now.
Supremely lightweight, rigid enough to do any stirring/scooping/stabbing you may need to do. These replaced the 'Light my fire' spoon/fork combinations that we've used for years and kept breaking mid-shaft, typically when we didn't have another spoon or fork on hand (it's a real drag trying to eat sous vide with a broken spoon). Thankfully these don't melt (easily anyway--they're made of titanium, which adds an unparalleled cool factor), and can be hooked to the outside of the mess kit or inside your pack, so it doesn't bang around on the jetboil or dragonfly. Haven't had any difficulties with them bending in the pack, and they're long enough to get to the bottom of the bag of your freeze-dried meal without getting goo all over your fist.
Definitely would buy again and would give to any new backcountry traveller!