Primus Compact Utensil Kit - BPA-Free

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Specs about Primus Compact Utensil Kit - BPA-Free

  • Material: Composite BPA-free
  • Weight: 2.5 oz.
  • Dimensions: Spoon: 9x2-1/8x1/2" (LxWxD); Spatula: 9-1/4x1-7/8x3/4" (LxWxD)
  • Made in China

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Reviewed by John from Colorado on Saturday, November 23, 2013
We are starting to tire a bit on dehydrated backpacker meals so I'm partially reverting back to packing some real, cookable food. These utensils meet my need for flipping, stirring and serving without adding any weight. Nice addition to the backpacker kitchen setup. I like how the connect together f... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Chris from Florida on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
    Texture coating on this thin yet firm set should I suspect as advertised take the heat without melting. Love the compact design and how the spatula slides in behind the spoon. I haven't yet used it but have a similar set this same size that held up fine for 10 years that I love but lost the spork to recently. I also bought the primus titanium eating utensil 3-piece set and a slightly larger tinanim spork that I found nests perfectly in this set that I top off with the old spatula I had and twist the seven pieces together for an ultralight full solo camp kitchen. Can't wait to try them for bacon eggs and home fries on the campfire.
  • Reviewed by Julia from Long Island, NY on Thursday, March 6, 2014
    This is rather small so it will be easy to pack. My only concern is the recycle 7 code which is use with caution.
  • Reviewed by John from Colorado on Saturday, November 23, 2013
    We are starting to tire a bit on dehydrated backpacker meals so I'm partially reverting back to packing some real, cookable food. These utensils meet my need for flipping, stirring and serving without adding any weight. Nice addition to the backpacker kitchen setup. I like how the connect together for storage too.

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