Be kind to the environment while out enjoying it with the Infinity Camp Plate from GSI Outdoors. A major leap forward in clean and green plastics, Infinity is an ultra-lightweight, completely recyclable, BPA-Free alternative to other plastic and resin camp dishes. Infinity dishware does not absorb food odors like other plastics and will not leach plasticizers or other chemicals into your food or beverage. Exceptionally clear and 25% lighter than polycarbonate resin dishware, Infinity is even dishwasher safe and becomes more stain-resistant with every wash. Clear green polypropylene plate measures 9.2'' x 9.2'' x 1.1'' and weighs just 3.7 oz.
Manufacturer model #: 75263.
GSI Outdoor's nFORM Destination System has been designed from the ground up for truly comfortable, truly enjoyable camping. Whether base camping, family camping or car camping, camp is always the ultimate destination and the nFORM Destination System has been built to combine the performance, robustness and reliability of your home cookware with ingenious features that make being in the outdoors the true pleasure that it should be. The nFORM Destination System is inviting you out to eat. Let’s go.
The GSI Infinity Plate is a simple rounded square plate made from polypropylene. Polypro doesn't use phalates in its construction, and can be recycled.
|Material:||Infinity clear polypropylene|
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All in all this is a pretty great plate. Like Merebea mentioned, it's got nice deep sides, so if you were really in a pinch it could almost double as a bowl. It definitely does the job for rice and camping meals. The biggest downside for me is it's size - it's too big and too tough. That may seem like an odd thing to complain about, but when its nearly impossible to get this plate into a bear canister, it's too large and rather inflexible. For that duty I resort to my squishy bowls.
If you're just going car camping, or on a backpacking trip where bear canisters aren't a requirement, it is a great plate. Mine has taken quite a few beatings over the last few years.
It's a good plate, especially for the money. It's strong, simple, and keeps my food off the ground. It's plastic - it melts (be careful).
Update - I say it melts but NOT easily. I made a hot pocket on mine and the sleeve that you cook it in burnt the center pretty bad. That's the only issue I've had with it melting. I've put it in the microwave for over 5 minutes before and it barely heats up.
The Infinity Plate is nice and big. The sides of the plate are deep and steep so your rice won't fall over the edge and the burrito juice won't drip off the side. GSI Outdoor also made them BPA-free! I highly recommend this plate for car camping, river trips, and shorter backpacking trips.
Great plate. I put food on it and it stayed there. Then I ate the food. Only problem is you have to wash it or it gets everything all messy.
plate appears tough to break and doesn't bend under weight. right sized for typical portions. stacks well. a little shallow for soup and runny stew.
It's a great plate and I had no trouble eating stew out of it without it dripping all over me. Too bulky for backpacking though.
Super tough, good looking, easy to pack, and best of all- easy to clean. I would definitely recommend this plate to anyone and everyone!
really good plate, deep enough for anything, easy to clean and very light.
Great plate, great color, great size, and its easy to clean.