SprongS

$12.99
Weight: 42.2 grams per item
MER001.1
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SprongSTM  are the perfect utensil for those who like to cook and eat outdoors. Spoon, fork, and tongs, conveniently together at last.ired of burned fingers from trying to work with a hot pot? How about getting food all over your hands trying to reach the bottom of a MRE or dehydrated meal? Do you wish your camp cutlery was as comfortable and familiar as the spoon and fork you use at home? Don't worry you aren't alone. SprongS are not only a set of a refreshingly comfortable cutlery, the spoon and fork lock together to form a  super handy set of tongs. Leave that bag of kitchen tools at home, all you need are your Sprongs!

  • Sprongs' spoon and fork lock together to form useful tongs. Three utensils for the space and weight of two!
  • The spoon and fork nest together for convenient storage.
  • Sprongs' dimensions are based on home silverware for familiarity and comfort.
  • The spoon is 1 tablespoon in volume, a common and useful unit of measure.
  • Sprongs' extra long handles reach the bottom of MREs and dehydrated meals to avoid getting hands covered in food. 
  • The fork doubles as a bail hook for lifting hot lids and pots. 
  • Sprongs have a strategically places lanyard hole for added convenience when storing.
  •  Made in the USA from food safe,  BPA free, hi temp (400° F), ultra strong, and flexible nylon.

 

These are great. So many different uses. The hooks for your pot. Picking up hot food. When you have two people, they each have their own spoon or fork. Make of great material that do not break like others I have had. Very versatile and light weight.
I have two sets, and they are very well thought out. I don't usually cook things on the trail that would require me to use conventional tongs to pick things up, but even leaving aside one of their principal functions, they suit every other mode extremely well - far better than sporks and suchlike. I may not spring for the Ti version, but I bet it would be useful for positioning charcoal on a Dutch oven.
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