• Weight 20 grams
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  • Cost $26.95

Lifeadventure Ultra-Lightweight Titanium Long Handled Spoon

Rating

Rating: 8.5 / 10
Value for Money 1.8 / 2.5
Comfort 2.4 / 2.5
Weight  2.0 / 2.5
Durability 2.3 / 2.5

Lifevadventure Ultra-Lightweight Titanium Long Handled Spoon Review

I don’t do any full-on food preparation on the trail preferring to rehydrate commercial or home prepared meals, and I also don’t use plates or bowls anymore so only need a spoon or spork to get food from the meal bag or peanut butter jar to my mouth. I have large hands and find many other smaller implements such as Sporks or short handled spoons annoying as I’m either eating with an uncomfortable handle or a short handle covered in food.

I discovered the Lightweight Titanium Long Handled Spoon a number of years ago and was instantly drawn to it due mainly to the polished surface on the spoon head which means the issue of leftover food is all but gone which was the only real concern I had with the Sea to Summit Alpha light long handled spoon, problem fixed.

The Lifeventure spoon works equally well for those with small hands  as well as large hands with the decent length long handle.Typically when Gill and I hike as a couple and are eating commercially prepared meals out of a bag, we will share this spoon for dinner purely because of the long handle. Very cosy I know!

However, there are some negatives with this spoon. If you have read any of my other blog posts or listened to the Australian Hiker Podcasts you will know I am trying to become an ultralight hiker. But rather than being a gram weeny I am willing to sacrifice weight for comfort, or function based on purely my own subjective criteria and this spoon is a good example. The Lifeventure Ultra-Lightweight Titanium Long Handled Spoon is a spoon on steroids at a massive 20 grams (I jest) but thats heavy as other spoons I’ve tested and own and here’s where I’m willing to make the weight sacrifice, just an additional eight grams for a shiny head spoon is a worthwhile trade off from my perspective.

The real negative to this spoon is the price coming in at $26.95. I may be wrong but I think this is possibly the most expensive hiking spoon on the Australian market. Having said that I expect this spoon to last for many years to come.

We Like

  • Relatively lightweight at only 20 grams. You won’t even notice this in your pack
  • The polished spoon head is very easy to keep clean which means you won’t leave caked on food to become a health hazard, partilualy over longer trips.
  • The size of this spoon takes up very little room. Ideal for the ultra-lighters who want to lighten their load and increase their enjoyment on the trail
  • Large handle suits those of us with big hands or those who don’t want to get themselves covered in food when eating from bags. That means less mess
  • Heat resistant construction means you can use it for cooking duties
  • Can be used to spread things like peanut butter onto bread.  Why carry a knife?

We Don't Like

  • It’s a spoon and while it can be used to spread things on bread you can’t really use it to cut up anything like steak
  • As spoons go this is on the dearer end, if not the dearest of the pricing scale at $26.95

Best Uses

  • Ultralight backpacking
  • People with small or large hands

Buy One

You can purchase the Lifeadventure Ultra-Lightweight Titanium Long Handled Spoon online from Bogong Equipment

Please note that we have no affiliations associations with this product, we just like it

If you have used the Lifeadventure Ultra-Lightweight Titanium Long Handled Spoon or if you have questions, we’d like to hear from you. Post your comment or question below

Investment

$26.95 AUD RRP

Other Versions

Spoon

Spork

Fork

Knife

This image shows the spoon from the back

I have reasonably large hands and this very long handle provides plenty of grip to get comfortable or to reach the bottom of a dehydrated meal bag without getting covered in food

Disclaimer

This review was done with product purchased from a retail store by Australian Hiker

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