The Sea to Summit AlphaLight Long takes the versatility of a combination utensil to a whole new length. It not only doubles as a spoon and a fork, but its extra long handle makes it ideal for cooking in the backcountry. No need to worry about messy fingers or missing out on the last few bites when using this product to cook in a dehydrated food bag. Unfortunately, prioritizing cooking comes at the cost of comfort. Most of these technical utensils may seem strange to eat with, but this model is particularly awkward with its long handle and the L-shaped bend where the shaft meets the bowl.
If ease of use with a JetBoil or dehydrated food bags is your primary concern, this is your spork. If comfort while eating is a must, even in the backcountry, then our Top Pick for Ultralight Backpacking, the Vargo ULV, is a better fit for you.