GSI Outdoors Salt Pepper Shaker

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GSI Outdoors Lexan Salt and Pepper Shaker Features.

GSI Outdoors Lexan Salt and Pepper Shaker.
Salt and pepper shakers had never looked so fancy and adorable until the GSI Outdoors Lexan Salt and Pepper Shaker was created. The GSI outdoor Lexan shaker has the capacity for 2 chambers making this product efficient. They come with two compartments so you can store your essential cooking condiments separately. The salt and pepper shaker weighs only 1.1 oz. and measure (2.75 in. x 1.5 in. x 1.5 in.) making them easy to transport. The dispensing screens are easy to remove to facilitate this products use. These products are made with copolyester material for long-lasting durability. The Lexan salt and pepper shaker have waterproof screw caps that avoid the salt and pepper from getting soggy. Prepare your favorite meal on your next camping trip using the GSI Outdoors Lexan Salt and Pepper Shaker.

Key Features.

Fabric:

  • Constructed of BPA-free copolyester, the shaker is durable and lightweight for years of backpacking convenience

Insulation:

  • Fills easily and is dishwasher safe

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof screw caps keep your salt and pepper dry

Features:

  • Great for camping, backpacking, hiking and everyday use
  • Dispensing screens and caps remove easily for cleaning and refilling
  • Single unit holds both the salt and the pepper in separate containers; smooth-sliding caps keep spices fresh and secure
  • Twin-compartment design is perfectly suited to carrying salt & pepper or other spices while backpacking
Backcountry.com
Spice up your backcountry meals with the aid of the GSI Outdoor Salt & Pepper Shaker. It's pretty lame when your sandwich bags of spices spill all over the inside of your pack. That’s why GSI Outdoor decided to solve your backcountry seasoning problems with this ultra-durable Lexan salt-and-pepper shaker. This sleek GSI tool has double waterproof compartments and removable screens, so you don't lose your spices at the bottom of your pack or have a bagful of soggy spices stinking up your gear.

Mountain Gear
Every camp cook needs the basics in food prep and spicing and with the Salt and Pepper Shaker from GSI Outdoors you're off to a good start.

Campsaver.com

The Salt & Pepper Shaker from GSI is compact, ultralight and waterproof. Take it camping, backpacking, hiking, on a river trip or just everyday use.


SummitHut.com

When your backpacking cuisine needs a little more pep, be sure to pack the Salt and Pepper Shaker from GSI Sports Products. Armed with color-coded lids to prevent pre-mature spicing inside your pack, this handy accessory is durable and holds just enough!


REI

The design of the GSI salt and pepper shaker is so smart, so efficient, you'll be tempted to use it at home. And that would be OK.

Imported.


Cabelas
Salt and Pepper Shaker is waterproof with twin compartments.

FontanaSports.com
ULTRALIGHT, WATERPROOF SALT + PEPPER SHAKER
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Activity:Backpacking
Country of Origin:China
Dimension:2.75 in. x 1.5 in. x 1.5 in.
Dimensions:1.5 x 1.5 x 2.7 in
Material:Polycarbonate
Nonstick Surface:no
Packed Size:1.5 x 2.7 in / 3.8 x 6.8 cm
Pot Grabber:no
Storage Sack Included:no
Type:Cook Tools
Upc, Ean, Isbn:090497795008
Weight:1 oz / 28 g
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GSI Outdoors Salt Pepper Shaker Reviews:

Reviews:

Can't live without it!

This is one of the few "comforts of home" I have to have on the trail. In fact I take 2. One with kosher salt & fresh course ground pepper. (Because of the lid the pepper stays fresh and the holes are big enough for course pepper and kosher salt!) and one for some homemade fish seasoning and lemon pepper. I also take a 2-4oz Nalgene bottle with olive oil and a clove of garlic in it. With this light weight cooking kit I can turn an alpine fishing trip or a week long backpacking trip in to a gourmet experience. Mmm
Hard to please at REI on 06/06/2009

Great product!

I keep this shaker in my purse. That way, when I eat out, I have my own healthier sea salt. That regular table salt is not good. I have tried other products but I end up with salt all over the bottom of my purse because it either leaks or the cap comes off.....and I don't like carrying around a ziploc bag full of salt! So yes, this item is so perfect. I love it. My mom and sister have it too and use it for the same reason. And yes, it is perfect for camping. :)
vanessa21498 at REI on 11/11/2009

Gourmet Eating In Camp!

This is just one of those things that turns dinner into a potential gourmet experience. I actually have three of these and I want more!

I've used plenty of camping salt/pepper shakers in the past and they all leaked or allowed the seasonings to absorb moisture, so everything starts clumping up. That will only happen with these if you light to season your dinner over the steam.

I cannot recommend this product enough, it's just so handy to have and makes any meal a culinary delight!
Wildewudu at REI on 01/01/2010

on some of the light trips I take I seem to pick some not so yummy food in effort to save weight. I decided I needed some salt and pepper to help out. went for this little fella and it has helped a ton. It is way light even when filled up. I have not ever had it leak even though I have dropped it many times it still has a tight seal. add some love to those nasty dehydrated meals.

Josh at Backcountry.com on 07/09/2009

Even when I pack light I throw this in. I also pack shallots and garlic, a little goes a long way, and usually mix a little cayenne in with the pepper so it lasts longer.
Like the previous review says,not much to say, BUT: you're really treating yourself with something like this...I get SO stoked when I'm cooking with this on the trail.

Lyle at Backcountry.com on 04/08/2013

Recently my dad and I were backpacking in the smokies. We didn't pack any seasoning for our steaks for the first night and ended up eating a pound of meat each for the first night. That bland meal could have been fixed with this little s&p shaker. I plan to have salt and maybe cajan seasoning.

Cory at Backcountry.com on 12/18/2009

Camping and Picnics

Love these little shakers. I have two. One has salt and pepper, the other has garlic salt and season salt. They're easy to fill, caps stay on secure. No more trying to rubberband some plastic wrap over the top of the salt shaker! I just keep them in my mess kit.
Easy Does It at REI on 05/05/2009

Great little shaker

I travel for work and this little shaker is great. I don't have to look for salt or pepper when I'm out cause its right in my bag in one little unit. The caps are twist off so I don't have to worry about spilling either.
Jet Lee at REI on 05/05/2009

I use way too much salt so I had to find a way to keep it in my pack without causing a mess. This little gem works perfect and has never leaked. Very durable and you get a nice flow of salt and pepper.

Gone Fishing at Backcountry.com on 01/15/2011

It's a salt and pepper shaker. I've only used it a few times but I certainly have nothing bad to say about this little guy. The caps seem to stay on snugly when being rattled around in my pack or car.

Casey Glaubman at Backcountry.com on 08/07/2011