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Spork

rated 3.5 of 5 stars An eating utensil that gets the job done at a low cost. Best for backcountry meals, especially trips with multiple meals where the user may need to use a spoon for breakfast, fork for lunch, and both for dinner. This durable tool has you covered. Conditions: I’ve owned and operated these sporks for almost 18 months. I originally purchased a four-pack with a giftcard that had just a few dollars left on it. I thought why not purchase a set of four for general camping and hiking purposes (car-camping,… Full review

MealKit 2.0

rated 4 of 5 stars It works well. My camping style took a turn last winter. After years of backpacking and eating out of a lightweight pot I became a scout leader doing more car camping, so I wanted a new mess kit. The top plate and the bottom bowl snap securely together, so when we put lunches in day packs mine does not get crushed. So far I haven't had any need to use the two storage containers or the cutting board. I leave them at home. The cup is small and I tend to just use my water bottle. The fork/knife/spoon… Full review

Outdoor Meal Kit

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great set, complete, and easy to carry I love my Meal Kit. It has all I need and is easy to grab and go. The harness makes it easy to hang on my pack via the clip for easy and quick access. I really like that the cup has a "sip" lid so that I can wander around camp without worrying about spilling. Full review

Swedish FireKnife

rated 5 of 5 stars Good knife, it is very grippy even if it is wet outside. Very bright and colourful. This is a great little knife. The little draining hole at the bottom of it is very convenient if you get it wet. The fire steel is AMAZING!!!!!! The case is very strong and sturdy. Even though that belt clip looks like junk it works like a charm. It is very sharp thanks to the Mora blade.  Full review

Spork

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is a great little tool. It is lightweight, but still strong. It is very handy because you don't need to carry three utensils, just one. Although it has one weakness, if you are trying to use the fork and the knife at the same time it is very hard to cut stuff. I like the colours. If you lose them they are very easy to find. Full review

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Light My Fire primarily produces camping utensils and fire starters.

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