Orikaso Plate

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Multifunctional a word you often see, we prefer MultiUse, function is no good if its of no use to you.

- GearX.com

Hold a stack of food, and don't worry about breaking the china, with the Orikaso Plate. Fold the 1 millimeter thick plate into a sheet that can be stored and carried with absolute ease.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Orikaso's fold-flat plate is super-lightweight, compact, easy to clean and unbreakable... plus it's recyclable! Ideal for camping hiking, adventure travel, picnics and parties Non-stick material Dishwasher safe Product and packaging are recyclable Folded : 8-3_4” square Unfolded: 10” square Weight: 1.6 oz. Material: Polypropylene CLOSEOUTS . China.

- Sierra Trading Post

This folding Orikaso plate is a superbly simple solution to the problems of space and weight. Lighter than titanium, the fold-flat technology constructs in seconds making it the ultimate space-efficient dish. Food-grade polypropylene construction makes it suitable for hot and cold contents. Compact, fold-flat nature makes it ideal for camping, backpacking, picnics, barbeques and caravanning. When not in use, it folds completely flat and thus takes up hardly any space. Easy to clean.


What could be easier than a plate that folds flat when you're done chowing down? Only 1 mm thick, this plate lets you travel light and fast while holding enough food to feed your hiker-sized appetite. Superlight (1.6 oz.), ultra compact, easy cleaning, and unbreakable. Precreased, folding panels with locking, leakproof tabs create an easily constructed plate. Dishwasher safe. 8.7 inches (22 cm). Nonstick material. Great for backpacking, camping, and adventure traveling.


Orikaso Plate

previously retailed for:
$1.99 - $5.99

The Orikaso Plate is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 29, 2011 at Mountain Gear.

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