Light My Fire Spork O
In Finland we have this thing called LuHa. In Sweden they made a Spork. We'd prefer the LuHa but you can have a Spork too, if you want. It's OK for light use but not strong enough to maim your enemy after digging a foxhole.
- Short and handy at 17 x 2 cm
- One end of the thing is a spoon, the other end is a fork. One side of the fork is serrated and can be used as a knife.
- The manufacturer states these are "BIO" based plastic of which 15 % is corn. Cheap & lightweight, but not as strong as titanium or steel alternatives.
- Machine washable, GMO-free, BPA-free and all that.
Factory new. Made by Light My Fire.
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does not recommend
Harri K. 14.11.2016 (Edited 20.06.2017)
- menee pieneen tilaan (pakit etc.)
- sitä ilmassa roikkuvaa ruoan halkaisua en ole oppinut...
Kimmo S. 03.08.2017 (Edited 28.04.2018)
Perinteinen luha on nykyisin käytössä. Menee suunnilleen samaan tilaan ja toimii. Toisin kuin tämä.
Sami K. 24.08.2017
Perttu T. 22.10.2017
Jonathon S. 28.10.2017
Kristian R. 02.12.2017 (Edited 23.05.2019)
Ammattilaisen vinkki: kertakäyttölusikka hoitaa ihan saman asian tai vaikka normaali metallilusikka.
Samu S. Varusteleka employee 13.02.2018 (Edited 23.05.2019)
Huck M. 22.03.2018
On top of this, we already have more spoons than people and I don't know why somebody couldn't just take a spoon from the kitchen drawer.
Talking about doing good to the planet and then selling stuff that is obviously not needed to be sold (or even made) anymore.
If anybody rally does not have a spoon yet, I am happy to give you two spoons for free.
Jack T. 18.07.2018
Valtteri H. 09.06.2019 (Edited 09.06.2019)
Juha-Pekka A. 24.11.2019