Alite Cloverware Lite Utensils

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Nesting spork and knife also connect together to make an extended cooking toolLength: 5.8"Item SpecificationsColorYellowkeyword searchcross fanatic

- Mountains Plus

Alite's Cloverware Lite eating utensils are a pared down version of the Cloverware 2.0. This utensil set offers a spork and knife that can scoop, poke, and slice your tasty morsels. Cloverware Lite utensils can nest together for easy packing and storing.


Cloverware Lite reusable nesting utensils are perfectly portable, from home to office to your favorite campsite.. . . Use them to scoop, poke, and slice tasty morsels from your trail mug or plate. Connect them end to end to create a nifty cooking utensil. 100% BPA-free!. Heat resistant up to 400deg. Safe in the dishwasher or boiling water.


From home to the office to your favorite campsite, the Alite Cloverware Lite utensils make it easy to enjoy a delicious meal. Set includes a spork and a knife that nest together for easy storage and transportation. Connect the spork and knife end-to-end to create a full-length utensil that's ideal for cooking or eating out of a freeze-dried meal pouch. Utensils are made from BPA-free nylon polymer; material is heat resistant up to 400degF. Clip a small carabiner (sold separately) to the utensils to secure them to your backpack. Dishwasher safe. Alite Cloverware Lite utensils can be recycled at the end of their long life.


Alite Cloverware Lite Utensils

previously retailed for:
$4.93 - $7.99

The Alite Cloverware Lite Utensils is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 20, 2016 at

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