Four Piece 100% Titanium Camping Utensils Set - Bottle opener, Fork, Serrated Knife and Spoon
Compact design: Fork, Knife and spoon slot into the bottle opener for easy storage and carry. Pouch for carry and cleaning, travel and easy carry. Titanium Knife folds to 4.2 inch, Spoon and fork folds to 3.8 inch. Weight: 14.9 gram spoon, 12.1 gram knife, 10.6 gram fork, 11.8 gram bottle opener.
Great for camping, hiking, mess kits, lunch, and dinner on the go, backup utensils in car and office
Measurements: 7x0.5in knife, 6.25x1.5in spoon, 6.4x0.9 fork, 3.75x0.6in bottle opener. Made out of Titanium, Element 22 for non-corrosive, non-metallic tasting, and lightweight utensils
Easily clean with a few wipes of the included pouch. Valtcan eagle on each titanium utensil
Valtcan 4-Piece Titanium Fork Spoon, Knife and bottle opener set is the perfect addition to your every day carry for lunch, camping, hiking, and even backup utensils in your car or office. Flimsy and cheap utensils just don't cut it when you sit down for a meal anymore once you experience your lunch or dinner with these ultralight and strong titanium flatware. Ever find yourself with a hot delicious meal only to be in search of a knife to split the portions or having to use a fork to eat icecream? Now you can rest assured that will never happen again when you purchase this 3-piece set and place in your cubicle or car. Titanium is corrosion-resistant and is very strong and very light. It is 40% lighter than steel but as strong as high-strength steel.
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This light weight cutlery has stood up well to my use. Now, I am not using it on the John Muir trail or to ascend Everest or anything, but I do use it almost every day when I�m eating lunch (got tired of my Ti spork). It is durable, easy to clean, and compact when stowed away in the holder/bottle opener. Others have mentioned that this has the potential to jam, however, I just see it as good retention that prevents rattling. The material is nonferrous/non-magnetic, however, very light and strong so it is almost assuredly titanium (very similar feel to my other Ti camping utensils). At about $20 for a set, it�s not cheap, but it does seem to be priced at market value. No complaints! 5/5 stars.
I�ve always used plastic camping utensils since I�ve started camping. Since then I�ve broken two forks and a spoon and decided to finally find something more durable. This set has been great so far! Definitely not breaking these and they are just as light as my plastic set. The finish is slightly textured but it�s still smooth enough so it doesn�t feel like you�re eating off of sandpaper. I can�t speak on the quality compared to other titanium utensils since this is my first set but so far I am happy with them.
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