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SE KC5006S 4-Inch Camping Steel Detachable Knife

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  • Quality Stainless Steel
  • Durable, Sharp Knife
  • Fork and Knife Detach from each other-Easy to Eat with
  • Comes with Storage Bag
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Technical Details
Part Number KC5006S
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions1.8 x 1.8 x 5 inches
OriginImported (China)
Item model numberKC5006S
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Number of Handles1
Batteries Required?No
  
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ASINB000XFHJW4
Best Sellers Rank #1,050 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 18, 2007
  
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Product Description

New camping utensil set. This sturdy tool is made of high quality stainless steel. It includes a sharp knife, fork, spoon, corkscrew and bottle opener. A great tool for weekend camping The tool even separates, so you can use the knife and fork in different hands. It comes with its own storage bag. Folded length: 4 1/2-Inch Weight with bag: 5.3 oz.

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696 of 712 people found the following review helpful By Tedward on June 8, 2010
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Length: 3:06 Mins
A look at the 6 in 1 Camping tool as it comes out of the box.
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113 of 119 people found the following review helpful By K. Corn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 12, 2010
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I bought one and am waiting for another. It works exactly as it should and is very strong. I was also amazed at the knife's sharpness. It is not serrated but has a razor thin and very sharp edge. You'll have to keep sharpening it but that is even better than serrated knives because it can be kept very sharp.

If you aren't prepared, you may think that this "falls apart" when it separates. But this is simply so that the knife and fork can be used together as they naturally are at home. Unlike plastic, this one won't break when cutting food and won't melt when stirring coffee or tea (who wants melted plastic in tea or coffee?)

In fact, if you had a very small apartment with a shortage of kitchen drawers, you could easily stow these in a tin. Besides camping trips, this would work very well for eating lunch at your desk while at work. It is also fun for surprising visitors who think this is some kind of Swiss army knife. Should be included in an emergency kit for harsh winters and in case you get lost while camping.

Of course, you'll need equally or more important survival gear beside fold-up silverware. But this can be washed, used again and help make meal time much easier. Have a good emergency blanket and (depending on the situation) a tent, dehydrated food, plenty of water, first aid kit, etc...and add this to your gear.
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94 of 109 people found the following review helpful By J. Jun on August 17, 2010
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I have been looking for an affordable fork, spoon and knife combination for camping.
Many seem to be way overpriced for a set of fork, spoon and knife($15-20).
This came to my attention as the cheapest choice.

The finish and quality is not great but very acceptable for less than $4.
With some sharpening, the knife can be used as a steak knife.

What I didn't like (minus one star) was the oil used for lubrication. Be sure to remove it before the first use.
It smells like chemical lubricant similar to WD40.
To remove the oil, I kept mine in hot water with some detergent over night.

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(Updated on Sept 14, 2010)
Disappointment.
Exterior panels, spoon, knife and fork are all made with stainless steel, but some internal plates seem to be rusting only after few use and clean-ups. Even with rusting, it is still usable, but I have to admit it looks awful. (minus one star)
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Daniel33 on September 9, 2010
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This little thing is awesome. Great price. Great functionality. To the reviewers who said that it fell apart....It is SUPPOSED to come apart when you open it!!! The spoon and fork sides disconnect so that you can eat with them. Then, when youre done, you just put the utensils back together, close the spoon and fork, and the unit locks in place. Also has a knife and can/bottle opener. Great product
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By KZ on September 2, 2010
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I was really excited about this product and the price, but when I received it (I bought THREE, one for myself and two to to give to friends) the quality was so poor in ALL three of them. When I opened the package, one of them was scratched up and looked like they had been used. Two of the three could be easily taken apart and one was very difficult to take apart. I put them all back together and planned to wash them in a few days before our camping trip. As I went to take apart the pieces to wash, NONE of the three sets are coming apart. It is so frustrating. Also, I've noticed that the metal that holds the utensil to the actual base is coming off on one of them.

This product is cheaply made and I regret buying them. I would return them, but the cost of the return shipping makes it not worth it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kevin on August 25, 2012
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Why you might want it:
This product came as described. As other reviews have indicated, the utensils detach with a neat mechanism. It holds together well and it does seem like you get a lot of value for 4 dollars.

Why you shouldn't buy it:
While having a Swiss army spoon and fork may seem like a good idea, the actual eating parts are fairly short. This means you're going to get food into the handle. The item is great out of the package, but once you accidentally get stuff stuck inside the compartment (where all the tools fold in) it gets kinda gross. I guess that over time time it starts to rust as other reviews have suggested. So don't plan on stirring your coffee in the morning or poking around your soup with that spoon, unless you don't mind getting all sorts of stuff into the handle. A fork and a spoon are lighter and you can clean it pretty thoroughly with a napkin.

If you buy this, you're getting what you expect... but be prepared for some troublesome q-tip swabbing for tomato sauce on your free time.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By M. Vallad on September 21, 2011
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The first time I tried to unfold the spoon the assembly fell apart. After inspection, I noticed a hole where one of the brass rivets was supposed to be. The missing rivet/dowel was not in the package either. It appears as though it was never installed at the factory. See the image I've uploaded to the gallery.

Even if it would have functioned properly, this is a 3 star product at best. The fork is very thin and bends easily, the individual tines bend even easier. The can opener is not even close to sharp even though the cutting edge has been ground. It will only punch through a can instead of cutting through. Although fairly compact, this thing is HEAVY (5.25oz without the pouch). The corkscrew and bottle opener are, for the most part, unnecessary and just add weight. My feeling is that 5.25oz is far too heavy for a fork and spoon for hiking/backpacking (the knife isn't needed as most people carry a quality knife when in the bush). If I'm car camping, I'd rather use full sized utensils that are easier to hold and clean as weight/size isn't an issue. Also, reading other reviews, its apparent that portions of this tool will rust.

In summary, this it a LOW QUALITY "novelty" item that's just not practical for it's intended use.
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