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Retailers' Descriptions

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Not every meal can be eaten with your fingers, and sometimes you need the cook pot for a second course, so take the Fozzils Duet Dish set on your fast and light adventures and eat comfortably. Slide the non-stick, ultra-light set behind your pack frame or into your hydration pack, it takes up little room and adds a mere 8.2 ounces of weight.

- Mountain Gear

Tea for two! The Fozzils Duet is a complete 2 person set (2 Cups, Bowls, Dishes, and Spoons) in a unique notebook style self storage container. Color coded so you know who belongs to what. An environmentally friendly alternative to disposables.

- CampSaver.com

Fozzils Duet is a complete ThinkFLAT ultralight mess kit for two, including: cups, bowls, dishes, and spoons | Color coding makes it easy to tell the sets apart | Taste-free, odor-free, and BPA-free food grade plastic is completely recyclable | Flexible, virtually unbreakable, nonstick, and easy to clean polypropylene material | Heat resistant to 110 degrees Celsius | Hinges will soften through use and will make dish easier to fold over time | Patented snap system features durable snaps and leak-free shape | Reusable packaging can be used to store and transport the set | Dishwasher safe

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Tea for two! The Duet has everything two people need (ThinkFLAT Cup, Bowl, Dish, and Spoon x 2) in one thin book. Color coded (one Orange and one Blue set) so you'll know who's is who's. Unique self-storage case keeps you clean and organized. Perfect for doubling up on a hike, picnic, or travel adventure

- Altrec Outdoors

Fozzils Duet Set

previously retailed for:
$14.97 - $24.95

The Fozzils Duet Set is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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