Light My Fire Outdoor Meal Kit
It'll hold enough 'wares' for two people per meal—bowl,…
Source: bought it new
It'll hold enough 'wares' for two people per meal—bowl, cup, two plates. It's not excessively heavy, though it's no feather either. Ours didn't include the rubber lid retainer, so the lid comes off very easily.
- Easy to re-pack
- Contains all needed plates, bowls, etc.
- Lid doesn't snap on
- Awkward shape to pack
Ease of use: Easy to clean, plenty of capacity for your average camp meal, and easy to repack. There really is a lot of usefulness in a fairly compact package. The cup is nice, though we never use it. The bowl is also handy for oatmeal as well as coffee.
We've replaced carrying the spork with titanium, longer ones by another brand, mostly because we've switched to camp-specific foods (Mountain House, etc.) and need to stir the entire bag.
Features: Everything nests very simply. For a time we also packed a JetBoil spatula, fork, and spoon inside this cookset and never had fitment problems. Shortly after we bought ours they included a rubber lid retainer. That is one of my two complaints with the product: unless something holds the package together, the lid will come off. I've never had it separate in my pack, but certainly have had trouble getting it packed away in one piece. My other complaint is that it's a terrible shape to pack. In a world of soft cylinders (tent, clothes, etc.) a hard, squat triangle just doesn't fit very well. It really should be packed (for us) under all the other gear, but most often ends up on top of the pack.
Durability: We've used it for a year or two with no problems. The plastic is hard, but not brittle. Don't use metal and it probably will never scratch inside, keeping cleanup simple.
Conditions: We mostly 2-day hike and have done so with this product a dozen or more times over the past year- enough to know what I do and don't like about it.
Bottom line: If you cook meals like Uncle Ben's rice, oatmeal, or anything that doesn't include a cook-in bag, this is very useful. It has plenty of cookware in a fairly small (though hard to pack) package. For backpacking foods which have a cook-in bag, leave it at home and save some weight and space.
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You don't have to eat like an animal just because you happen to be dining outdoors - take along the ingeniously portable, incredibly versatile, spillproof and functional Outdoor MealKit from Light My Fire? for civilized dining anywhere!
This sleek Light My Fire MealKit features an ultra-modern design and ergonomic functionality, a great choice for your backpack, boat, picnic basket or lunch box. Durable, lightweight polypropylene set is easy to clean and dishwasher safe; material is also recyclable and floats. Set includes 2 plates, spill-free cup, combination spoon and fork, small waterproof box and colander/cutting board. Set nests together neatly for easy storage and transport; brightly colored lids are easy to keep track of. Cup features spill-preventing sipper lid and is graduated inside for measuring; lanyard attachment for sipper lid. Spork utensil has a serrated edge on fork side for small cutting tasks. Spork is made of high-strength Tritan(TM) copolyester that does not soften at high temperatures and is safe for use with titanium and nonstick cookware. Colander/cutting board makes quick work of straining tasks and dicing up vegetables.
CLOSEOUTS . Featuring a minimalist design that covers all of the outdoor dining bases, Light My Fire's Deluxe meal kit includes six dining and cooking essentials that can be packed away and carried on the outside of your pack -- saving precious cargo space for bulkier gear. Available Colors: NAVY, RED, LAVENDER, GREEN, BLUE.
- Sierra Trading Post
Designed especially for Light My Fire by Scandinavian designer Joachim Nordwall, this kit is perfect for your backpack, boat, picnic basket, even your lunch box. The MealKit contains everything you need to prepare and eat a meal any where: two plates, a spill-free cup with lid (300ml), a combined colander and cutting board, a "spork" ( combined spoon and serrated fork) and a small waterproof box for all those things that just have to stay dry. The spork is made of a tough and durable PC (polycarbonate) material and the rest is made of PP (polypropylene), an environmentally-friendly plastic.