Full Windsor is back with another titanium cooking utensil, though this one is a bit different than the Muncher. After taking the feedback and suggestions from their titanium combo-spork, the creative thinkers from Full Windsor came up with an all new cooking tool that blends multiple utensils into a single, lightweight option.
One of the most common points of feedback with the Muncher was that it wasn’t long enough to get into the bottom of freeze dried food pouches. So the Splitter includes a longer spork – but also a whole lot more, and it all nests together for easy transport.
On one side of the tool, you have a titanium spatula that has a serated edge for cutting and a chamfered edge for getting under tricky foods. The other side offers the long spork for aforementioned reasons (the spork also works as a measuring device since it holds 1 Tbsp).
At the bottom of the spatula, you’ll find a small stainless steel pin that allows the two pieces to attach to each other.
That way, the inherent flex of the 1mm stamped titanium allows the two pieces to work as tongs.
All together, the Splitter weighs only 50g, and since it’s titanium it’s food safe, less heat-conductive that other metals, and even recyclable. To get the project off the ground, Full Windsor has once again gone back to Kickstarter and completely crushed their goal in just a few days. There are still a few early bird options at $39, and once those are gone the price will go up to $44. Expected delivery is in February of 2019, just in time for the spring bikepacking season.