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CRKT Eat'N Tool
Gear Donated by Critical Survival LLC - Thank you again guys!
|4624 Cypress Creek Pkwy|
Houston, TX 77069
This sucker is awesome! Bottom line. I never actually thought I'd be impressed with a spork but the team over at Columbia River Knife and Tool have managed to take what I consider to be a feeble minded design and turn it into a tacticool toy with tons of uses.
-Metric Wrench Set
-Raider Eyeball Remover (I made that one up myself)
This eating tool is made of stainless steel and the weight is minimal. The actual spoon face is large enough that you wont find yourself dropping your Wheaties in the heat of the moment and the forked teeth are sharp enough that you won't be having any problems with your meat selections either.
When it comes to eating utensils for field use I've personally got a kit that would do any boyscout proud. Fork, knife, and spoon all click together with a single well placed screw. This ends all that silliness. If your the type of person that loves the newest designs with all the latest and greatest technological advances of a certain field put into a single item, then this is for you. Now for the naysayers out there that might be asking, "What about the knife Jahadaz? How do you intend to cut your meal of spork killed bull elk into mouth sized parcels?"
Well, let's be honest here. If you're the type of person who goes out of your way to buy a survival based spork, odds are very good that at any given time you have multiple knives on your person - because as we all know two knives is one, and one is none.
Did I mention that it also comes with a little 'biner that makes it super easy to click to the outside of your pack for ease of accessibility?
So here's some pictures for you eye candy fiends.
This product is offered by our friends at Critical Survival for the extremely reasonable price of $5.50
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|CriticalSurvival||Review||1||Dec 18 2011, 9:19 AM EST by ironhand|
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Thank you for the review we weren't very sure of the product it passed the Critical test but seeing your review of this item, we will now require all of our staff to have one of these little gems.
Can't wait to send more stuff
3 out of 3 found this valuable. Do you?
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