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    Modular design puts picnic cutlery in your pocket

    Saw that on Gizmag.com and thought that was a perfect addition to my packing list. Do you know any other alternatives?

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    "The 77 g (2.7 oz) Picnic Cutlery’s take on the problem is to redesign the implements into three lozenge stainless steel knife, fork and spoon shapes that interlock and fit into a 9 cm (5.5 in) soft, black-colored plastic case that’s sealed shut with a zinc alloy lid that doubles as a bottle opener. The case is designed to be small enough to hook onto a key chain, with a 40 cm (16 in) nylon strap to keep it from going missing on the trail. The lack of a proper handle may make it feel a bit like eating with a set of scoops, but as an ultra-portable solution, it seems up to the job."

    The Picnic cutlery sells for £29.50 (US$49.50).

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    The set looks like an amazing gizmo, but it also looks bulky and it's pretty pricy. For ten bucks, you can get a set of four plastic sports from the Eddie Bauer website...
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    Aka sporks... Available at MEC and other places as well in both plastic and titanium. Ialso take an ultrathin plastic cutting board that doubles as a placemat/ plate.

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    In addition to a Spork, I sometimes pack this:

    http://www.containerstore.com/shop/k...uctId=10028922

    Besides the Container Store, I also seen them at Office Depot.
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