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Featherweight Titanium Scork is made to shovel food and pop bottles

Featherweight Titanium Scork i...
Poppin' bottles with the Titanium Scork
Poppin' bottles with the Titanium Scork
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Poppin' bottles with the Titanium Scork
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Poppin' bottles with the Titanium Scork
The Titanium Scork also features a can opener
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The Titanium Scork also features a can opener
The Titanium Scork weighs just 12 g (0.4 oz)
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The Titanium Scork weighs just 12 g (0.4 oz)
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We've seen plenty of spoons that can fork, and forks that can spoon, but what about spoons that can fork, pop and slice? The Titanium Scork is a featherweight camping utensil that has both your eating and drinking needs covered, thanks to a couple of handy of implements at either end.

What do you gift the camping utensil that seems to have it all? Vargo's Titanium Spork was already a rudimentary yet seemingly complete piece of multipurpose cutlery, but it appears the designers don't mind a drink to wash their meal down with at camp.

The Titanium Scork weighs just 12 g (0.4 oz)
The Titanium Scork weighs just 12 g (0.4 oz)

So they've gone and equipped the tip of the handle with bottle opener as well. What's more, the bottle opener also serves as a can opener to slice open your tins of non-perishables. You add all this to the Titanium Spork and it hereby becomes the mighty Titanium Scork.

The implement tips the scales at a just 12 g (0.4 oz), featherweight compared to the relatively hefty Stainless Steel version of the same utensil at 25 g (0.9 oz). It also measures a sizeable 6.2 inches (15.8 cm) long, which should offer some handy leverage when popping, scooping and slicing.

If the Titanium Scork is ticking the your boxes, you can pick one up via Vargo's website for US$14.95.

Source: Vargo

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3 comments
possum1
My Australian Army can opener does all that and only cost 24 years ! But, it, like me is now superseded.
ChairmanLMAO
They would do well to make better buying options than paypal.
Tom Lee Mullins
How many bottles still use a cap that requires a bottle opener? I think it is a neat idea.