Camping cutlery: things to keep in mind
When you're looking to purchase a set of camping cutlery, keep an eye on the material the set is made of. Sets can be made from plastic, stainless steel or even titanium. The main advantage of these materials is that they're easy to clean and low in maintenance. Additionally, these materials are stainless and very lightweight. As such, it's no problem to carry this cutlery with you on your hiking trips, making it a good investment.
Another thing to look out for is whether your travel cutlery has any sharp edges, as this can be uncomfortable to hold and snag on the inside of your bag. Is the cutlery foldable? That makes it safer to carry knives and forks!
Simple and quick cleaning is a plus when you're in a tent in the middle of nowhere. Fortunately, all camping cutlery you buy from us is easy to clean. Simply rinse well and dry, and that's it!
Are you working hard to limit your carbon footprint? With a set of camping cutlery there will be no need for disposable cutlery. It's another small way for you to contribute to nature conservation.
Camping cutlery: no compromises
With your own travel cutlery, you don't have to compromise on comfort while camping. That way, you'll truly be able to enjoy nature and delicious food.
Camping utensils: there's something for everyone
Depending on the adventures you'll take your travel cutlery on, you will have to make choices in terms of material, quality and brand. All these choices come with a price tag and so you can choose the cutlery that fits within your budget.
Stainless steel cutlery sets are often reasonably priced and long-lasting. Looking for an even more affordable option? Plastic is the right choice for you. Plastic cutlery may not last as long as stainless steel though, and it is prone to discolouration over time. However, these sets are kinder to your wallet. Are you looking for the lightest and most indestructible cutlery? In that case, titanium is what you’re looking for.
In addition to your choice of material, it is also important to consider whether you want additional utensils. For example: a can opener, a bottle opener or a rubber spatula.