Tuesday, October 30, 2012

For The Outdoor Enthusiast Who Has Everything...

May I present to you, this:


Yes, that is a $60, titanium hobo tool. For the outdoor enthusiast who has everything including an aversion to spending ridiculous sums of money on themselves, a titanium knife and fork combination that costs more than most cutlery sets for four! Now look, I'm all about saving weight when it comes to backpacking, but the difference in weight between the titanium version and the linked one cannot be more than an ounce or two.

Heck, you could get the infamous folding titanium spork for a quarter of the price!

That is all.

8 comments:

Old NFO said...

Yeah, don't look for that in YOUR stocking this year... :-) Sigh... But there ARE suckers who will buy that in a heartbeat!!!

Dave H said...

They need to make a bigger one for cooking. That spoon is way to small to stir a pot of stew, and what would you flip pancakes with?

Not that I'd carry one. I'd leave it in the bugout bag.

Sigivald said...

$60 is the same price as a Case hobo knife, and the Ti one is lighter.

(Yes, BudK will sell you a $6 hobo knife.

And it will be a piece of crap, like pretty much everything BudK carries.

The real plausible competition is in the $20-30 range.)

Angus McThag said...

Or a CRKT Eat'n tool for around $5.

Ritchie said...

For that money you could get a decent sized sheet of alloy titanium and have at it yourself.

Roadkill said...

Meh, knife is only 440A. At that price should at least be 440C and that's pushing it.

Adaptive said...

I clipped a CRKT Eat'n Tool to my campstove with the included tactical ninja carabiner of awesomeness. Then, because I like eating like a normal human being, I carried a lightweight fork & spoon anyway. So much for logic.

http://www.amazon.com/Columbia-River-Knife-Tool-9100C/dp/B0030IRKHA

Mike W. said...

Breda needs one of those! :)