Alite Clover Cookset/Tongs

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Shop Alite Clover Cook Set-ali0025-Jenner Blue with 5 Star Rating on 2 Reviews for + Free Shipping over $49.


Features of the Alite Mantis Chair Stirring spoon Nests neatly into tongs Serrated slotted spatula Safe on non-stick cookwAre

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Perfect for group camping when space in your pack is still at a premium, Alite Designs Clover Cook tool features a large spoon and a spatula that combine to form tongs. These BPA-free cooking tools are heat resistant up to 400and#176;F and pack together for maximum stowability. Available Colors: GRANITE GREY, PARADISE BLUE, LIME GREEN, JUPITER ORANGE.

- Sierra Trading Post

The ultimate 3-in-1 cooking tool for both your home kitchen and camp kitchen, the Alite Designs Clover Cookset integrates a spoon, slotted spatula, and a set of tongs into one convenient utensil.. . . . Made from FDA-approved, fully recyclable, BPA-free nylon 6. Spatula and spoon nest together for compact storage; turn the spatula over and join with the spoon to create tongs. Serrated edge on the spatula also lets you do some easy cutting. Safe for use with non-stick cookware. Heat-resistant up to 400degF (204degC) and dishwasher safe. Integrated lanyard attachment allows for easy travel. 10.5 in. long; weighs only 2.4 oz..


Alite Cloverware cookset/tongs makes cooking in the outdoors simple and a lot of fun.


Alite Clover Cookset/Tongs

previously retailed for:
$6.95 - $119.99

The Alite Clover Cookset/Tongs is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 24, 2017 at

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