Jetboil Jetset Utensil Set

Jetboil Jetset Utensil Set
Jetboil Jetset Utensil Set
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Jetset Utensil Set by Jetboil
Sure, Spork is a fun word to say, but they really aren't all that practical as utensils beyond elementary school lunch rooms when you're trying to prevent small children from injuring themselves. The tines are too short to pick up food with, and the spoon now has a spikey addition on the end making for uncomfortable soup sipping, and then there are the Sporks that feature a knife on the edge, which are ready to slice you when you finally get your food to stay balanced in the spoon for long enough to take a bite. It may be time to let go of the Spork and see the light at the end of the tunnel. The Jetboil Jetset Utensil Kit is there for you when you're ready to move on. Lightweight, collapsible, and happy to reach the bottom of your Jetboil cup with telescoping handles, the Jetset is ready to take your camping utensils to the next level, with a spoon that won't poke you with spikes, and a fork with tines long enough to pick up your veggies with ease. Top it off with a spatula for stirring and cooking your meal like a real grown-up. The icing on the cake, the Jetset packs down easily into your Jetboil cup, taking up very little space in your pack.

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SKU: JET001X
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