Thanks to an innovative design, the BPA-free utensils of the GSI Outdoors Stacking Cutlery Set nestle neatly into a single 6" long piece. Weighing just 0.8oz, the Stacking Cutlery Set is perfect for backpacking or camping trips.
• Made of durable, BPA-Free resin.
• Color-coded to coordinate with other nFORM Gourmet items for easy, personal identification.
• Weight: 0.7 oz.
• Material: Co-polyester.
• Dimentions: 6.0in x 1.5in x 0.8in.
• Includes: Spoon, Fork, Knife.
• The nFORM Crossover System represents a unique solution of ingenious tableware and cookware items designed to eliminate the guesswork of packing for the outdoors. Thanks to clever details like a strainer integrated into pot lids, a gripper which remains attached to the pans while you cook, real insulated mugs which store compactly, and a truly inspired welded sink which doubles as the stuff sack, the nFORM Crossover System has been designed to answer the needs of true outdoor gourmands. À la carte or in preconfigured sets, the nFORM Crossover System is redefining outdoor function with everything that you really need to enjoy great food in the great outdoors.
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Dimensions:||6 in. x 1.5 in. x 0.8 in.|
|Storage Sack Included:||no|
|Use:||Gourmet Backpacking, Car Camping|
This stacking cutlery set from GSI Outdoor does the job. The knife does a pretty good job cutting for being plastic and the tines on the fork are pretty sharp. The set is certainly lightweight. I agree with the other reviewers in that they don't stay snapped together very well, but that's not really important to me. They're short, probably about 6.5", but they do the job. So far they seem durable, other than to heat perhaps. I've thrown them in the dishwasher without any problems.
these are great for the price. they don't stay together all that well (hence the four stars) but are lightweight, easy to clean, and perform their job of transporting the food in my bowl to my mouth very well.
They do what they need to. A little short and flexible for my tastes. They just don't provide a nice stable feel in your hand. They stack ok and they don't seem like they will break. Like someone else said below, I wouldn't put them around the stove.
I prefer the Guyot Microbites for only a dollar more. Much stiffer and knife/spatula works remarkably well. Don't think I would repurchase the GSI set.
melted the fork using it to stir food on stove. don't stay together very well either. must say they are lightweight but save yourself the 4-6 bucks and pick up a disposable set from Quick check on the way t \o the trailhead.
If you lose cutlery or don't use it for cooking these are pretty handy but I'd spend the extra money on a titanium spork and know it can take everything I put it through.