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Snow Peak Silverware cutlery titanium grey 2015

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Snow Peak Titanium Silverware is a lightweight fork, spoon, and knife set for the weight-conscious hiker.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Nice set, just what I was looking for 21 Jan. 2012
By Jacob Wisdom - Published on Amazon.com
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Cool set, extremely lightweight and strong. Doesn't appear any of the utensils will be bending anytime soon. At first the blade on the knife seemed short, but after consideration it doesn't appear that one needs more than a relatively small blade area. It's sharp enough, and I was somewhat surprised it didn't have any serration but based on what I've tested it on, it seems sharp enough not to need them (able to cut foods rather than saw them). The spoon and fork are both the sizes I would prefer, the spoon being somewhat large and the fork very intermediate compared with most utensils around my house.

I was hoping my Light My Fire Titanium Spork would fit inside the sleeve but it's just too big. Using a hair tie I attached it to the outside and problem solved. Double sided velcro would also work well among other methods. If I hadn't already had the Light My Fire unit I probably would have purchased the Snow Peak spork given the previous review stating it would fit inside the sleeve.

It was tough dropping over $30 on a cutlery set, but I feel it was money well spent given the amount of use I expect to receive out of the set. I've got years of travelling abroad ahead and I plan to use the set for all of them!

December 26, 2013 UPDATE:

I still have my Snow Peak set and it is working great. The utensils have held up perfectly over the previous nearly 2 years of travel. I've taken them to over 30 countries and whether eating gallo pinto in Nicaragua or dumplings in Mongolia I haven't been disappointed. A worthy investment. Likewise the Light My Fire spork still roams my pack, but isn't nearly as nice to have around given the lack of sleeve and relative bulk. Has received much use from companions however.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
The Best 19 Dec. 2011
By Yin-Haan - Published on Amazon.com
There isn't really much to say here, as the product is self-explanatory. It is exactly what you see, a set of titanium flatware, consisting of a fork, spoon, and knife, contained in a woven nylon sheath with a velcro closure. The sheaths seem to come in random colors, as I found out because I have four such sets, although i seem to have lost at least one sheath. I'm not sure if Snow Peak will supply the sheath alone, but I suppose one day I will get around to asking after it.

There is really only one thing that isn't immediately apparent, and that is that the set is exactly the same size as the famous Snow Peak Titanium Spork, model SCT-004, and I have taken the step of adding a spork to each of my sets. It is a tight fit getting all four items into the sheath, but it works, and the velcro is long enough to accommodate the extra item.

I like to carry around two sets in my handbag, so that I can both eat on the go, and share with a friend. I will never go back to using plastic or wooden utensils again. The titanium is exceedingly light in weight but very, very strong and durable. I never have to worry about breaking them, and when I take them camping, they double as cooking utensils, as well.

The one drawback: the expense! This set is as expensive as fine formal flatware! With the spork added, the cost comes to over 40 USD per place setting. Needless to say, I am very careful that any lent utensils are returned to me.

The bottom line: An extravagance, but I'm glad I have them, and I see no reason they won't last a lifetime and more. I will happy to pass them on to my daughter some day.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Can eating utensils be exciting? 25 April 2012
By Eric J. - Published on Amazon.com
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It's hard to get too worked up about a fork, a spoon, and a knife. This set is made in Japan, and everything seems very solid and strong. They weigh a bit more than I expected, but they're also a lot lighter than conventional eating utensils, unless you include chopsticks, in which case they're not lighter at all. The knife is meant for spreading, so it does not have a sharp blade. If I want a sharp blade I'll use my Swiss Army Knife.

The spoon is a good, practical size. Big enough, but not too big. My old "backpacker" set had an extra-wide spoon, which was also made out of extra-thin metal. That's a bad combination. After a few days of use I discovered that I was slicing a bit deeper into the corners of my mouth with each bite. This titanium spoon is about the same thickness as a "real" spoon, and about the same size, just lighter.

The set comes with a small case, which will probably be put in the camping closet, and never be seen or used again.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
this set is awesome 22 April 2014
By cataleya - Published on Amazon.com
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bought these a year ago, have taken them camping, surf trips, and when im not out having fun they go with me to work as part of my lunch bag. they're lightweight, sturdy, feel good to use and easy to clean. one of the things i like most is that it comes as a set and nests together into a little flat package. pricey, but it's snow peak, and they're titanium. i would buy these again if i lost them. one of the guys on my last trip thought he lost his snow peak spork and he was so upset he woke up the entire campsite to find out who took his beloved spork. that's how awesome this cutlery is.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Tight and light. 11 Feb. 2012
By K. Monahan - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this set for everyday use, to avoid using disposable plastic flatware when eating out. It's very light, and the case holds the parts together tightly, and all three pieces are very strong, but the knife came with a dull edge, and I couldn't get it honed really sharp, but overall, It's a very good utensil set.
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