About GSI Outdoors Telescoping Foon
Closeouts. When every last ounce matters on the trail, GSI Outdoors' telescoping foon (fork + spoon) lightens the utensil load to a mere 0.3 ounces. The unique handle shortens for easy packing, and the multi-use design functions as a fork or spoon as needed.
Specs about GSI Outdoors Telescoping Foon
- Material: Composite
- Weight: 0.3 oz.
- Length: Extends from 3.875 to 6"
- Made in India , Unknown , China
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Telescoping Foon - Great for BikepackingVerified Buyer Reviewed by Julie from IA on Monday, September 10, 2018Purchased a couple of these to put into the camping cook set. They are compact and light--perfect for bikepacking.
UghReviewed by Anne in Colo from Colorado on Tuesday, June 5, 2018The perennial challenge of a backpacking utensil is how to make it long enough to reach into the corners of a retort pouch but also short enough to tuck into your mug. The slide method is one way to collapse the handle but it's really dependent on 1.) being clean, 2.) dexterous hands, and 3.) being super aware of the pinch hazard on the back of the handle. I admire a clever design -- which is why the 2 stars -- but it's not better than washing and re-using sporks from KFC.
flimsyReviewed by Cali mom from CALIFORNIA on Saturday, January 20, 2018The whole thing is pretty flimsy. I bought them for my kids at school and for camping. I'm afraid if they push too hard, the thing will break. Definitely not a utensil for serious meats. Ok for stabbing soft meats and veggies. Spoon function seem ok.
lightnessVerified Buyer Reviewed by HyoDong from south Korea on Sunday, December 3, 2017It is lighter than titanium and seems to be good to use.
It is a little inconvenience to clean the folded part.
OK at best.Reviewed by Nate from Massachusetts on Wednesday, October 11, 2017I have two of these spoons that came with a GSI kit I bought a few years ago. It's OK at best. Two of the tines on one of them broke off, leaving me with a bucktoothed spork. The lexan spoon portion has a good mouthfeel (odd to say, but I bought a few folding MSR spoons to replace this one, and the mouthfeel is about as pleasant as nails on a chalkboard). I have some of those Light My Fire spoon / fork jobbies, but those are terrible too.
If you don't mind breaking a bunch of these spoons, go ahead and load up on half a dozen of them - they are light and small, but relatively flimsy. Otherwise I'd save your money and buy a titanium utensil that has smooth spoon.
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