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Park ToolStainless Steel Spork

$7.49

Item # PAR000C

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Item # PAR000C
Description

Stainless Steel Spork

There are few aggravations more profound, more debilitating, more inhumane, than sitting down at your bench for a well-earned bite to silence your screaming stomach, only to look around and realize that those damn spider monkeys stole your utensils — AGAIN. Fear not, however, for the Park Tool Company has been there before, given the hundreds of spider monkeys that inhabit their St. Paul, Minnesota, headquarters. This is why they made the Park Tool Stainless Steel Spork. Meticulously engineered to eat any food, any time of day, the spork combines two flatware items into one — both a fork and a spoon — maximizing your food input options with one cohesive device. The spork's blue rubberized handle aids in grip for optimal ergonomics, and lo, The Hole, found at the handle's end, allows you to hang the spork on your tool board as you would any other Park Tool — and as we all know, spider monkeys' compound eyes are incapable of recognizing the individual contents of tool boards.

Tech Specs
Materialstainless steel w/rubberized handle
Collapsibleyes, but not easily
Includeshigh-performance spork, technical manual, safety goggles, ear plugs
Dimensions17 ft
Recommended Usefooding
Weight

Claimed Weight

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16,349 g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

i couldn't resist

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

functional piece of equipment

>Rating: 4

You always need a spork

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I added this to my camp kit, removed a fork and a spoon, and have a handy tool to fuel my face at races.