Skip the Plastic Forks and Carry a Sigg Outdoor Cutlery Knife Instead

The Sigg Outdoor Cutlery Knife is a stainless steel pocket knife style tool that features 3 eating utensils: a fork, a knife and a spoon. Protected by a nylon pouch with a handy belt loop, this multi-tool makes sure that you always have the right gear at hand for outdoor chow sessions and office lunches. The utensil blades can be extended as needed, or you can dismantle the tool and use them individually. I wish the knife blade was serrated and it’s hard to tell how comfortable the Outdoor Cutlery Knife is to use, but for $24.99 from Amazon, this  might make a handy EDC tool for your gear bag.

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10 comments… add one

  • Dmitriy July 29, 2012, 11:51 am

    i’ve used this product for about a year in my trips. it was under Cabelas branding.
    It looks cool and usefull only on images. If knife is more or less usable, but spoon and fork is like kids toys. Spoon is too little to serve yoг (except putting sugar to your cup), and fork is flat and uncomfortable to handle.

    All set is heavy enough that you want to leave it at home.

    Instead of this i bought GSI Stacking Cutlery Set.
    http://www.paravin.ru/2012/05/07/gsi-stacking-cutlery-set-poxodnyj-obed-s-komfortom/
    (russian language, but good pictures :-)
    It’s VERY light and much more usefull. It’s made of Lexan – very durable plastic. And that’s why it safe even for my 3 y.o. daughter.

  • Tetsubo July 29, 2012, 2:22 pm

    I carry a knife at all times. I carry a spork in my EDC bag and my car. Far handier to my mind.

  • Andrew Baker July 29, 2012, 2:43 pm

    Well that didn’t take long to deteriorate into children sticking it in their mouth. :D

    Looked at the lexan product, looks nice for camping. however the second link at the bottom of the page scares me

    http://www.paravin.ru/2012/02/03/nafigadzhety-mejd-in-dzhapan/

    I don’t speak Russian so all I have are these scary pictures.

  • Meister Vu July 29, 2012, 4:43 pm

    One problem with having a knife and fork on the same handle is that one cannot hold the food with the fork and cut with the knife.

  • KRYPTlK July 29, 2012, 6:27 pm

    @Meister Vu

    From the review…
    “The utensil blades can be extended as needed, ***or you can dismantle the tool and use them individually***.”

  • Dmitriy July 30, 2012, 11:43 am

    @Andrew Baker

    it’s just ANOTHER article about strange japan entertaining gadget =)))

    @Meister Vu it’s the main feature of this gagdget: parts can be separated one from another.

  • David July 30, 2012, 2:33 pm

    Be a man, just stab it with a knife, and eat it with your teeth. ;-)

  • Bob DeLoyd July 30, 2012, 8:44 pm

    @David
    You got teeth?

    When hiking I already have a knife and you want to keep your weight down. This comes in at 6.4 ounces. One reviewer on Amazon, Carrie, said it was so heavy it pulled her/his pants down! I had to laugh at that one, but other than that his/her review was pretty good.
    Sigg does make some dang fine knives, I know because I have one.

  • Andrew Baker July 30, 2012, 10:38 pm

    Well I guess IF your pants were to fall down, Camping alone would be the best place. Lets hope that “Carrie” doesn’t wear it at the food court at her local mall.

  • Bob DeLoyd July 31, 2012, 1:06 am

    @Andrew Baker
    I couldn’t stop laughing at your whimsical comment :)

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