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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Jetboil Spoon SingleThe ideal utensils for Jetboil cooking systems or meals-in-a-bag. Long enough to comfortably reach the bottom of the PCS or GCS, and specially shaped to scour each edge and corner. Handles telescope to store compactly in or on Jetboil cooking vessels.FeaturesSpoon Weight 0.4 oz 11 gDimensions In Use 8.5 215 mm Retracted 5.2 130 mm

- US Outdoor Store

The ideal utensils for Jetboil cooking systems or meals-in-a-bag.

- GearX.com

The Jetboil Spoon is long enough to comfortably reach the bottom of the PCS or GCS, and specially shaped to scour each edge and corner. Telescopic handle compactly stores in a Jetboil cooking vessel, and is made from a lightweight, durable and high-temperature tolerant nylon.

- OMCgear

On Sale. Jetboil Spoon (Fall 2010) The Spoon by Jetboil has a long handle that keeps your hands clean, and specially shaped tips scour vessel contours. Handles telescope to store compactly. SPECIFICATIONS of the Spoon by Jetboil Weight: 0.5oz (13g) each Dimension: 5.2" - 8.5" (130 mm - 215M mm) Check out a video of Jetboil's PCS family of products

- Moosejaw

The Spoon by Jetboil has a long handle that keeps your hands clean, and specially shaped tip for scouring vessel contours. Handle telescopes to store compactly.

- Altrec Outdoors

Jetboil Spoon

Discontinued

The Spoon has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$4.13 - $5.95

The Jetboil Spoon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 8, 2013 at OMCgear.

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