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Recent Kitchen Accessory Reviews

GSI Outdoors Micro Table

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I purchased this table in January of 2017. It was very easy to set up and packs very small. When set up it give enough room to set up your meal without having to put stuff on the ground . If you use a hammock it's the correct height to make coffee while in the hammock. Full review

P-51 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 5 of 5 stars I used it in the Marines and it works great and seems to get sharper with use. I have opened hundreds of C rations with it. Nowadays just camping.  A great can opener and lightweight. Full review

P-38 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 5 of 5 stars No man or woman should be without one. Not everything has a pop top or a bag zipper. Only an idiot could cut himself/herself using a P-38. I have had one on my key chain and with my backpacking stove since I left the military more years ago than I want to remember. It's the greatest invention since C-rations . :) Full review

P-38 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 5 of 5 stars I've had a P-38 on all my key chains for 25+ years. I have a P-38 on all my key chains. Have had and used mine for 25+ years—very handy. Used on round and rectangular cans, and doubles in a pinch as a flat bladed screwdriver. Originally got from a can of calcium carbide (for miner's lamps or carbide cannons). Essential gear! Full review

P-38 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 4 of 5 stars Will open cans for minimal weight. I have a warm spot in my heart for the venerable P-38, much like the one I have for my old Trapper Nelson wood-framed backpack. It's a wonderful classic piece of gear that is of limited utility in the 21st century. I keep a P-38 in every vehicle, virtually never use them. The problem isn't with the opener itself, but rather the chore it does. If you are backpacking (or even paddling and portaging) what the devil are you carrying cans for? If you are car camping,… Full review

MSR PanHandler Pot Lifter

rated 4 of 5 stars It works... Maybe four and a half stars. The first pot gripper I owned was basically a bent piece of steel designed to fit only the the cheap department store Taiwan pots it came with.  It was replaced by a solid item of cast aluminum that was rock solid and indestructible. I still have it and it has no brand on it. I believe I got it discontinued somewhere. This MSR pot lifter and several fellow travelers like it came along thereafter. The good news is that it is maybe two or three ounces lighter… Full review

P-51 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This is one of the best things that ever came out of the military. The P-38 is too small for large hands though. For my hands the P-38 is too small. I actually use the P-51. It was designed for large #10 size cans in a field kitchen. That said, it weighs a few ounces more than the P-38, but is much easier to handle. It’s just as sharp, still fits the key chain.  For those who don’t want it to open in their pocket you can use a center punch and hammer and peen the hoop that holds the blade. Full review

P-38 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 5 of 5 stars A fine little piece of work. I hope the guy who invented the P38 got a huge bonus for it. So, where do I carry mine that I've had since I joined the Army in 1974? Well, since my Swiss Army knife can opener doesn't work as good as a P38, mine is attached to that very knife. The little split ring at the one end holds it nicely.  Oh, you can get originals at Army surplus stores, but they are getting rarer. Full review

P-38 U.S. Military Can Opener

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Likely to hurt your hand if you don't file the corner. There are several current versions of the P-38. Some people say that the ones stamped with "US Shelby" are the real deal, but the Shelby company that used to make P-38s for the military no longer exists and what you're getting these days are likely Chinese copies. I don't believe sellers that say otherwise. There seem to be an unlimited number of these available new and they're unlikely all surplus. Amazon should require sellers to show their… Full review

Snow Peak Single Action Table
$330 - $385
Snow Peak Single Action Low Table
$121 - $299
GSI Outdoors Camp Gourmet Kitchen
$200 MSRP
Snow Peak Single Action Table Low
$180
TravelChair Grand Canyon Table
$112 - $159
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Helinox Table One
$96 - $139
Snow Peak Bamboo My Table
$130
GSI Outdoors Vortex Blender
$130
ALPS Mountaineering XL Dining Table
$84 - $119
Helinox Camp Table
$120
Cabela's Roll-Top Dining Table
$105
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (1)
Nesco FD-80 Snackmaster Square Dehydrator & Jerky Maker
$99 MSRP
Kelty Linger Side Table
$90
ALPS Mountaineering Guide Table
$77 - $89
Helinox Table One Hard Top
$90
Snow Peak Fire Tool Set
$90
NRS CGear Sand-Free Multimat
$60 - $79
Cabela's Deluxe Roll-Top Table
$75
ALPS Mountaineering Dining Table
$63 - $69
Cabela's Outfitter Barbecue Grill
$60
Helinox Table O
$40 - $59
Snow Peak Ozen Solo Table
$57
Snow Peak Camping Bucket
$27 - $55
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors Micro Table
$35 - $49
ALPS Mountaineering Camp Table
$45 - $48
Snow Peak Micro Lifter
$45
Snow Peak Chopping Board Set M
$40
UCO Soft-Shell Ice Cream Ball
$40
ALPS Mountaineering Eclipse Table
$31 - $32
Soto Field Hopper
$32
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
Grilliput
$30
Yeti Rambler Colster
$25 - $29
GSI Outdoors Bugaboo Waffle Iron
$25 - $29
GSI Outdoors 12" Dutch Oven Case
$25 MSRP
Helinox Table One Storage Pocket
$20
GSI Outdoors 10" Dutch Oven Case
$20 MSRP
Primus Crimp Pot Gripper
$13 - $17
Coghlan's Camp Cooker
$18
Ultimate Survival Technologies FlexWare Sink
$15
MSR LiteLifter Pot Lifter
$11 - $14
Coghlan's Camp Grill
$12 - $13
Mountain House Mountain Oven Flameless Heating Kit
$13 MSRP
user rating: 3 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors N-Form Pot Gripper
$11 - $12
Lodge Lid Lifter
$11
GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Steel Toaster
$10
MSR Talon Pot Handle
$10 MSRP
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
MSR PanHandler Pot Lifter
$9
GSI Outdoors Peppermill
$9
GSI Outdoors Dutch Oven Stand
$8 - $9
Lodge Camp Dutch Oven Lid Stand
$10
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