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Camping EquipmentExcellent product, but the shipping boxes were torn apart when I received them. A little sturdier would have been nice. I had planned these as gifts.
Response By: Garrett Wade Tech Department
Thank you for your review on the Camping Cutlery Kit. We're very sorry to hear the boxes weren't in good condtion. We will be discussing this issue with our shipping department. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. Again, our apologies.
Perfect For My RN WifeMy wife needed a portable knife/fork/spoon to carry so she could cut and eat her veggies and fruit at her job as an RN. We saw these and thought we'd give them a try. This is a high quality item and my wife could not be more pleased.
Camping Cutlery KitThis item is quite useful to me, when I have cook-out's"; or when I am a t the beach..I am always looking for a can opener,or a spoon, etc...With The "Camping Cutlery Kit", the searching has ended."
Not Just For CampingWhen I travel we usually end up bringing food to the room for our evening meal. I keep two of these in my dopp kit. Sure beats plastic and the separating halves make it outstanding. Try to cut a steak with a plastic fork and you will order these when you get home.
Just the thingI know they're made in China but these are beautifully constructed and balanced and finished with attention to detail. All the sharp parts are sharp and the pointy parts are, well, pointy. My children love the fun, puzzle aspect and it's been hard to get them back. Hope to take the cutlery camping this spring—OK, and the kids too but I'll have to order a couple more.
A Dining Experience with Outdoor CharmI bought four of these, because when I placed my order I realized that if I liked them, I'd need enough to hand out to the guests at a picnic. I sure guessed right; these things are so charming I can't resist carrying one around when I take it out for use. Hardcore hikers and backpackers won't like these much because they're heavier than they need to be, and the shape makes them feel clumsy and ungainly when used as silverware. But they're still vastly better than plasticware, and the ability to separate the fork half from the knife/spoon is what makes them usable, as well as providing handles of adequate size for comfort and convenience. You'll like the clever way the fork" and "spoon" folding sections firmly latch the halves together. I like putting mine in "snack-size" zip-locking bags to keep them clean in transit; after use I put mine back in the bag to prevent them from messing up anything else. I can dispose of the bag when I get it home for cleanup and put it in a new one afterward."