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  • Features stainless-steel fork and heat-resistant wood handle
  • A knob on the handle lets you rotate the fork for even roasting
  • Extends 42 in. so you can sit comfortably away from the heat of the fire
  • Sold as a pair

Made in USA.

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Dimensions (Length) 12.5 - 42 inches
Weight Unavailable
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Longer is better We just roasted up a whole bunch of s'mores and Peeps while camping with another family this weekend. Compared to the 2-rail forks from Coghlan's that are also available at REI, these compress shorter (short enough to fit in my "kitchen box") and extend longer. We also had along some Coghlan's extendable forks of a very similar design to this one, but the Rolla Roasters win out on several fronts: * extend longer, by a full 8 inches * come in a reusable plastic case (2 per), which is surprisingly valuable, as these are an awkward thing to pack. * American made * Available in multiple colors, which is kinda fun. Once they've been used, I don't think the ends of the fork will ever be shiny silver again, but I don't think this interferes with function.
Date published: 2013-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best roasters i've used These are the best roasters around. They're longer than the competition to let you stay farther back from a really hot fire. They also roll very smoothly and help you toast anything evenly. After accidentally sitting on one that was extended and bending it slightly (they are pretty skinny and lightweight though) it easily bent back into shape. I even stuck a hot dog with cheese on a roll on the roaster to toast the bun and melt the cheese all at once and it wasn't a problem! My fiancé loves marshmellows and uses these all the time, but marshmellow goo can be very difficult to clean off of the ends. If they could do something to make it easier to clean it'd be perfect. Expensive but worth it.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I take smores very seriously! First you should know, I take smores very seriously. With that being said I ended up with these marshmelllow roasters and am very happy I did. The best part is that they are made of stainless steel so they rust or corrode like many of the other roaster out there. Next they designed the fork to rotate with respect to the handle and they put a little plastic part on there that lets you rotate the fork with a finger. Its very nice to be able to keep rotating your mashmellow one handed. It gives you the control to achieve the perfectly browned 'mellow that we should all strive to achieve. The telescoping design makes these much more compact than other models. The only downside to that is there is a bit of flex when you have hotdogs on there. Not bad and not a concern at all with marshmellows. If you demand excellence out of your smores, except no other!
Date published: 2013-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than most I bought two sets of these. I insist on s'mores at every camping trip, as does my daughter, so roasting forks are a must in our camp gear. These are lightweight and come in different colors, which would be a nice perk for larger groups. The extension is smooth, easy to expand and retract, and does not slide back in if you were to hold the sticks vertically. The wooden handle has been treated and appears to be holding up well across washings. I took off a star because the ends are blunt - I'm sure this is a safety feature, but it can make it trickier to pierce things. The aluminum shaft is also wiggly inside of the wooden handle, and you can feel that jiggle when holding the fork fully extended with weight on the end. Thus far, these are the best I have found, and I would get them again should I ever need a replacement.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice and compact. Not for heavy bratts These work perfect for marshmallows and hot dogs but bratts are too heavy and will slide off. Easy to clean, just burn the residue off the forks as much as possible (I let them get red hot) then rub them in some sand and the ends shine up like new.
Date published: 2013-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them! Bought these on impulse thinking they were way too pricey, but after a week of camping love them. Best part is they store very short, and extend very long, compared to others. Collapse down like an old fashioned antenna. I thought the roller feature was a little gimmicky when I got them, but found myself slowing turning marshmallows with my thumb all the time! The case is nice for storing, also.
Date published: 2011-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A MUST for marshmallow lovers! I didn't even know they made marshmallow roasters until I stumbled onto these in my local REI store. After I purchased them I saw some at the local big box stores and none of them were as nice as these. These are nice and sturdy, even when extended all the way out. Growing up I always used unbent wire coat hangers and they kind of flopped around a lot. I was worried about my kids being able to hold them and they didn't have any problems with the Rolla Roasters. The only con was not being able to clean them off easily. I stuck them in the fire to get most of the marshmallow goo off and then scrubbed them and there was a little bit of stuff left on them. Also, they didn't turn too well, which wasn't really a problem because of the rounded handle.
Date published: 2008-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love roasted marshmallows! My friends brought these marshmallow roasting sticks on a camping trip. They seemed a little goofy, but now I want some myself. It’s a must-have for people that love roasted marshmallows. They seemed well made and sturdy. I really like the telescoping sticks and turning handle.
Date published: 2008-04-30
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How tight are sections of these forks? Often the telescoping parts spin on each other - if the hotdog is not perfectly balanced then the fork spins so the heavier side is down. Often this problem gets worse with time / heating.

Asked by: out of Africa
The sections are fairly tight so they should not spin or twist to the heavier side down.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-05
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