MSR Spork (2012) Backpacking Utensil

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Key Features

  • Collapsible design
  • Available in your choice of colors

Product Highlights

Lightweight and completely collapsible, the MSR Spork is a versatile addition to your backpacking or camping cook set. Constructed of BPA-free polypropylene, the Spork is available in your choice of colors, allowing you to keep track of which utensil belongs to you and which one belongs to your hiking partner.

Sold individually, the MSR Spork is available in your choice of colors.

Colors available: Grey, Red

MSR part numbers: 21617, 21615

Product Reviews

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MSR Spork (2012) Backpacking Utensil

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 21

Individual Customer Reviews:

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  • . Warminster PA
    2/21/2014

    Likes: Small and compact. Very Light

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    11/11/2013

    Likes: Collapsible design

    Dislikes: Plastic

  • Lance G. Santa Barbara CA
    11/3/2013

    Likes: I like the extra length of the spork when it's unfolded (8-1/2"). It let's me reach into the bottom of a dehydrated food bag when many common utensils won't.

    Seems to be built well.

    Dislikes: We'll see how long the hinge lasts.

  • Abram G. Norwalk CA
    8/9/2013

    Likes: cool colors

    Dislikes: way too long ~7"
    cheap material

  • michael A. Wildomar CA
    4/25/2013

    Likes: We really liked the different colors so we didn't mix them up at our camp sights

    Dislikes: nothing

  • michael A. Wildomar CA
    4/25/2013

    Likes: Fits inside the nesting bowl and cup set. Very convienent.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • david g. sedona AZ
    1/19/2013

    Likes: Really handy. I like the design and they are easy to clean.

    Dislikes: no complaints

  • Micheal H. Orefield PA
    11/26/2012

    Likes: Long enough to reach bottom of pouch. Lightweight.

    Dislikes: No complaints

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    11/26/2012

    Likes: Lightweight, nice length

    Dislikes: No problems

  • Brad R. Lexington KY
    10/23/2011

    Likes: Love it. Light, compact and fits perfectly in the utensil holder on jetboil cups.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Jeff S. Wolverton MN
    5/4/2011

    Likes: It is about the size of a standard fork, but packs relatively samll.

    Dislikes: Nothing yet.

  • Jeff S. Wolverton MN
    5/4/2011

    Likes: It is the size of a standard fork. Packs to a decent size.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • william c. latrobe PA
    2/16/2011

    Likes: great lightweight spork

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Timothy S. Chandler AZ
    1/16/2011

    Likes: Lightweight; small.

    Dislikes: Not long enough for eating meals from Mountain House container.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    1/2/2011

    Likes: The long handle of the spork prevents it from falling into my 1.6L MSR cookpot when I have to leave it in the pot briefly to do soemthing else. The slotted handle also makes it lightweight and easy to hang/carry.

    Dislikes: The orange colored version appears a little dull in color when compared to the online picture.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    1/2/2011

    Likes: The long handle on the spork is great for stirring hot foods.

    Dislikes: The capacity of the spork seems small at first look, but is actually quite adequate when used for soup.

  • John B. Conyers GA
    11/29/2010

    Likes: Very durable, easy to use and stores conveniently with my bowl and cup taking up no space.

    Dislikes: No complaints.

  • John T. Fort Leonard Wood MO
    8/24/2010

    Likes: Small compact and durable. Used for a week up at twin lakes, awesome

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Kevin B. Provo UT
    5/27/2010

    Likes: The utensil seems sturdy and folds as advertised. I also like that it is plastic as I use a nonstick mess kit. Plenty long to get the last bits out of those mountain house meals.

    Dislikes: It's longer than I need or expected, but again this has its advantages when eating out of bags (mountain house meals)

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    6/20/2009

    Likes: Light weight, simplicity

    Dislikes: when mixing meals it tends to collapse on itself...minor defect but compared to the cost of titanium totally worth it.

  • Richard O. Cheektowaga NY
    4/24/2009

    Likes: It's light. it packs up super small, fits right inside my crux lite stove and mess kit very nicely

    Dislikes: It doesn't have a cutting edge on the side of it- not many sporks do

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