Orikaso Solo Set

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It's hard to believe that the Orikaso Solo Set folds down to a 3 millimeter layer that can fit easily into most packs, bags or pockets. Include are a mug, plate and bowl so you're set for dishes while camping, hiking or picnicking.

- Mountain Gear

The Orikaso line is a simple solution to the problems of space and weight. Lighter than titanium, the revolutionary fold flat technology constructs in seconds, making it the ultimate space efficient product. Easy to clean, suitable for hot and cold contents. Solo Set contains a mug, big bowl, and a plate. PINK - ONLY COLOR AVAILABLE

- Vargo Outdoors

Pack the foldable, easy-to-clean Orikaso Solo Set, a tarp, some cards for solitare, and set out for your experiment in backpacking solitude. Orikaso took the magic of origami, the lightweight qualities of polypropylene, and combined them to create some of the simplest, lightest kitchen ware you'll ever use out on the trail. The Solo Set includes: 1 bowl, 1 plate, 1 mug.

- Backcountry.com

The Orikaso Solo Set is a super light and foldable plate, mug, and big bowl combo. Folding flat to take up little space in your pack but still being fully functioning, Orikaso kitchenware is great for your fast-and-light adventures.

- OMCgear

CLOSEOUTS . Orikaso's fold-flat set includes a plate, bowl and mug made of non-stick, dishwasher-safe material and is a great way to enjoy camping, hiking, adventure, picnics and parties. Plus it's recyclable! Compact and easy to store and carry Packaging and product are recyclable Three-piece Set Plate: Folded: 10” square Unfolded: 8- ” square Bowl: Height: 3” Diameter: 6- ”, 10- ” Capacity: 22 fl.oz. Mug: Folded: 4- x4- x3- ” Unfolded: 9-7/8x9- Capacity: 12 fl.oz. Total weight: 5 oz. Material: Polypropylene CLOSEOUTS . China.

- Sierra Trading Post

Orikaso Solo Set

previously retailed for:
$6.38 - $16.00

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

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