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GSI Outdoors Salt and Pepper Shaker
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- Waterproof screw caps keep your salt and pepper dry
- Compact, lightweight, twin-compartment shaker holds salt and pepper
- Designed perfectly for campers and backpacking
- Dispensing screens and caps remove easily for cleaning and refilling.
- Great shaker for other spices.
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Spice up your backcountry meals with the aid of the GSI Outdoor Salt & Pepper Shaker. It's pretty lame when your sandwich bags of spices spill all over the inside of your pack. That's why GSI Outdoor decided to solve your backcountry seasoning problems with this ultra-durable Lexan salt-and-pepper shaker. This sleek GSI tool has double waterproof compartments and removable screens, so you don't lose your spices at the bottom of your pack or have a bagful of soggy spices stinking up your gear.
Color: One Color | Size: One Size
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Overall, I really like this product. It is thick, hard plastic and seems well made. The "shaker" caps snap on / off for easy filling.
The specs -
It measures 2.75 (2-3/4)" long by 1.38 (1-3/8)" max diameter on the screw-opn caps.
The compartments are not symmetrical - The Salt compartment is 1.44 deep and holds about 2-3/4 teaspoons of table salt. The Pepper compartment is .92 deep and holds about 1-1/2 teaspoons of fine ground pepper.
The shaker holes are .078 diameter on both caps.
The only thing I don't like, as mentioned in other reviews, is the leakage into the caps when closed.
An examination of the lids and shaker caps reveals the problem. The cap insert had a .015 tall "ridge" around the inside. This provides the seal when tightened down, but leaves a gap between the shaker top and the inside surface of the cap inside the ridge.
My solution was to find something aprox .015 thick and self-adhesive to fill the area inside the ridge. It also needed to be soft / compressible
to maintain the seal when screwed closed.
Gorilla brand duct tape (.016 thick) was the answer. I cut a 7/8" (.875) diameter "disk" from the tape and layed it inside the lid, being careful not to let it overlap onto the ridge.
Problem solved ! The ridge still seals the shaker from the elements, and the duct tape "disk" closes off the top of the shaker.
Reviewers have noted the use of various materials to resolve this, and in my case I just cut a couple of circles out of thin cardboard, just the right size to stay firmly in the lid, and to close that gap and prevent spillage. It works perfectly. But the fact is that the manufacturer should resolve this, and I cannot give more than three stars for a product with a fundamental, easily-rectified design flaw.
After modification, however, it's perfect. Many have noted that it's quite small, and I agree that it's smaller than I'd expected when I ordered it. But in my case, that's a good thing--it fits nicely in a side pocked on my lunch bag.
About the only problem I've got, which was to be expected, is that it is difficult to salt and pepper your food as you eat. I occasionally like to eat avocados and apply salt and pepper to them as I eat, the same with tomatoes. With this shaker, I had to unscrew the salt, pour, screw it back, then unscrew the pepper, pour, screw it back. I went through this routine repeatedly for several minutes. Of course, as I said, it was kind of expected, but I wasn't aware of how often I'd be switching from salt to pepper and back. It would be nice to see an optional top that twists open.
Other than that little annoyance, it is a great product. I'll probably buy a second to keep in my EDC. This will allow me twice as much salt and pepper, plus when I am using both simultaneously, one can act as the salt and other pepper. Just a thought for perspective buyers.
Also of note, the salt side is a little larger than the pepper side, which to me makes sense since salt gets used more.