MSR Titan Titanium Tool Spoon

MSR Titan Titanium Tool Spoon
MSR Titan Titanium Tool Spoon
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Titan Titanium Tool Spoon by MSR
Fix your liquid-fuel MSR Stove with one end of the Titan Titanium Tool Spoon, then sit down and slurp up some hot, yummy soup from the spoon end. The Titan Titanium Spoon works as a jet-and-cable tool for MSR's liquid-fuel stoves, and as a durable spoon for eating soup, oatmeal, or whatever else strikes your camping-food fancy.

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SKU: CAS0389
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