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From easy-going car camping trips to multi-day backcountry treks, flip your flap jacks and stir your stews with the GSI Outdoors Pack Spoon/Spatula Set. The 7.5-inch-long utensils offer complete functionality and weigh in at just a half ounce each.
- Set includes one pack spoon and one pack spatula
- 7.5-inch-long utensils don't compromise on functionality
- Integrated hooks at the end of each handle allow you to hang the tools up in your camp kitchen
- Entire set weighs in at a trail-friendly 0.9 ounces
- Item #GSI2268
- nylon, silicone
- Set Contents
- pack spoon, pack spatula
- Utensil Weight
- [spoon] .5 oz, [spatula] .4 oz
- Set Weight
- .9 oz
- Recommended Use
- camping, backpacking
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
November 24, 2018
- I returned this product before using it
The photo above is larger than life size. They are seriously as long as your camp spoon. For ultralight use I can see them being somewhat useful but you can't believe how small they actually are until you have them in your hands. Personally I returned them as they were not what I needed.
April 29, 2018
Mini for the pack
These are great for backpacking. As already mentioned, they are small like utensil sized. If you enjoy cooking a good meal after hiking all day to your spot this is the set for you. These are not in my car camp kot.
December 20, 2017
- I've used it several times
I picked these up and went on a camping trip the next day. I used them before I fully thought about how impractically small they are. They definitely do the job, especially when used with smaller camping cookware, but I at least wish the handles were longer. The handles are as long as my camping eating utensils which isn't helpful when you're stirring a hot pot. The bright side is they save a lot of space!
October 30, 2017
I don't get it
- I've used it several times
I wish I had a picture of this set. Its so small.. See the review below mine. Its hilarious, and accurate. I just do not see the point. Also the shape of the spoon is heinous. Not mouth compatible at all.
December 15, 2015
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I can only speak to the spatula and I should probably only whisper... ...that's how small the spatula is, it cannot be spoken of in fully audible tones. It's a good quality tool, no complaints really, it's just REALLY effing small. So small that one might question its utility. Like, maybe stay away from jumbo eggs. Maybe stay away from chicken eggs altogether. Quail eggs! That's the ticket, this is a quail egg spatula and a fine one at that!
November 7, 2013
Nice solo utensiles
- I've put it through the wringer
These are nice for solo trips if you are going to be doing a little more cooking. They are well made and small but they still hold up to abuse in the backcountry.