Sigg Outdoor Cutlery Knife (Steel)
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- Includes knife, fork and spoon, all in one
- Features practical and space saving
- Made of stainless steel and comes with a nylon case that has a belt loop
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When i first got it i thought it was really neat.
Yes the three pieces come apart, although once you have taken them apart they are far less comfortable to grip.
I was impressed with the quality of this set, although after field testing it, i was a bit disappointed in it's functionality.
It comes with a belt holster that i thought was pretty neat. The loop is attached on both ends though, so you have to take off your belt to take off the holster. Maybe i just wear my pants loose, but i found that it was too heavy to wear on my belt, as it tended to pull down my pants. I tried putting it in my pocket, but that was even worse. It then was banished to the backpack, where it tended to get lost in the bottom, but then again so did everything else.
My other main problem was washing it. The pieces come apart for easy cleaning, but then i had no way to dry it completely before putting it back together. So many nooks! I was pretty sure that since it was steel it wasn't going to rust, but i was still concerned about germs, I was camping after all, and washing my dishes in cold water. The case is pretty secure so i wasn't sure if it would ever dry out. I ended up licking it clean and not washing it because i figured that was better than letting it sit in a puddle all week.
This is a really nice set, but it's really heavy!Read more ›
First, it's a little bulkier than I thought it would be but not much bulkier than a Leatherman. It's fairly easy to pull the utensils apart for use. I have not used the knife as I haven't really had anything to cut any food items but it's sharp and a good replacement for my Leatherman knife (so I've stopped carrying the Leatherman to work). The fork is so wee that it makes eating a little more challenging than normal (e.g. salads but I can imagine the problems trying to eat noodles) as you can't really get a good forkful. I end up stabbing food items and piling them vertically on the fork to get a decent mouthful. Kind of annoying. The spoon is also somewhat wee, but it's not as ridiculously tiny as the fork. However, when scraping food, the spoon has collapsed on me (scraping yogurt from container but I admit I like to get every last drop out!). If you're careful about it, it shouldn't be much of a problem. The only other issue is that it's really hard to clean the crevices in the handle so you don't want to stick the spoon in beyond the business/eating end (so no stirring coffee in tallish mugs).
Overall, it's generally very useful and I am glad I bought it and I use it nearly daily. I just wish they made the fork and spoons a bit wider/larger. I don't think it would cause that much of a problem in terms of weight and ease of portability to make them bigger. Oh well.
Have fork, will travel.
I would watch them from the corner of my eye walk past with disgusted stares in my direction as they threw away the half eaten, Styrofoam encased Happy Panda in the garbage. I could feel them saying to me "I didn't finish my food and discarded this because you don't care enough about our planet." Imagine the guilt I felt; imagine the pain.
Every day I would go out to eat or sit at my desk and just stare blankly at these plastic utensils whilst everyone else looked upon me in utter disgust as they sipped from there disposable paper cups. A cloud of despair hovered above me. I tried to talk to girls but I just had the stench of plastic utensil disposal seeping from my pores. I had to do something and I had to do it quick.
I started bringing in my own kitchen utensils one knife, one fork, and one spoon. I put them in a bag with my lunch and they would hit against each other making this ridiculous clanking noise. People would stop and stare at me utterly horrified thinking I was some type of strange kitchen monster coming around the corner to eat their children and soon people started making rumors that I was and no one would talk to me.
So I searched far and wide on the interwebs. Posted in forums asked the Google; asked the yahoo.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought one of these for myself directly from Sigg a few months ago and found it to be really handy when we're traveling. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Reilly
Awesome little accessory! Easy to bring with on long car rides, days at the park, or even to-go meals. We bought two, so we could keep one in each car. Read morePublished 19 months ago by ItsME365
This is so nifty. I like that you can take all the utensils apart and use them separately, I didn't know that before I bought the item. It's compact and stainless steel. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Juji
Exactly as advertised. Hinges smoothly and feels solid. Can't wait to use it on my next outing. Packaging is lovely.Published on May 9, 2013 by Faith
Outstanding product in its design and manufacture. Relatively expensive, but worth it. Highly recommended for all events where "traveling flatware" would be useful.Published on September 25, 2012 by Dr. William P. Hood, Jr.
Have not field tested the Sigg Cutlery Knife yet, however, it is very well built and good, ingenious design. Read morePublished on February 8, 2010 by alesandrome