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  • Kit includes Pivot tongs, Pivot spoon, Pivot spatula, scraper, scrubby pad, cutting board, spicer, soap bottle, oil bottle, camp towel and a storage tote
  • Innovative Pivot tools rotate from stored to working position quickly and easily; tools feature reinforced handles that won't flop around
  • Pivot spoon includes gradations to make measuring for recipes a snap; Pivot tongs are well suited for serving salads and grabbing hot dogs off the grill
  • Pivot spatula features tapered edges and a serrated cutting edge to make frying, flipping and serving simple
  • Waterproof spice holder features 4 compartments and is easy to refill; clear copolyester resin body is lightweight and strong
  • Slice and dice in the backcountry with the ultralight cutting board
  • Use the included scraper to get your nonstick pots and pants clean; flexible rubber end helps serve up the last bits of food; hard plastic end scrapes stubborn food
  • 2 squeeze bottles can be used to hold cooking oil and dish soap
  • Scrubby pad makes cleaning quick and easy
  • Use the included camp towel to dry your dishes
  • All components of the GSI Crossover Kitchen kit fit in the lightweight tote so you can stay organized; tote features separate wet and dry compartments
  • Kit nests with GSI nFORM Crossover System cooksets (sold separately)

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Material(s) Copolyester/nylon/polypropylene
Dimensions 7.3 x 4.3 x 3.7 inches
Weight 9.6 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Mess Kit I have used this mess kit on several trips, and it really comes in handy. It has all the essentials you need for camping, and it's a great way to keep it all organized. There's a little extra room in the bag to customize it for your kitchen needs. I personally added a bottle of hand sanitizer, and small bottle of hot sauce. All of the utensils will come clean very easily. The only cons I have are that I've noticed some discoloring of the spoon after frequent use. Also, it would have been nice if the top of the bag, where the scour pad and towel reside, was perforated to help with drying. This kit has everything you need to make a dinner while you're out, and I would recommend it to any new hiker.
Date published: 2013-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best kitchen kit out there First of all-these tools are plastic, which for the most part means direct contact with flame or sustained pressure on hot objects will eventually melt them. If you are picking stuff out of a fire or turning it on a grill over a fire, bring metal tools. But with that out of the way, I absolutely love this kit. Being the camp chef, this kit is phenomenally well thought out. Excellent design and immensely useful items included. How I cooked in camp for decades without tongs is a mystery. True, the cutting board is too small to be all that useful, but its a good addition, and you can use it as a base for a fuel canister. The bag itself is my favorite part of this whole thing. A half-circle with plenty extra room at the top allows you to absolutely cram it with tools and it still easily fits into a bear can-it fits perfectly in any of the large mouth models or in a cooking pot. I added a whisk, MSR spoon/tool, a compact fixed-blade knife, two extra GSI spice containers, lighters, match case, bandana and it all still fits. Genius. All that being said, I usually don't bring this backpacking as I like to travel pretty minimally. But for car camping, kayak/canoe camping or backpacking with 3+ people, this can't be beat.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth the money. I was looking for a light weight, compact kitchen utensil set. When I received this I was doubtful that it could withstand solid use. The tongs was a true fail. After two weeks of almost daily use the "teeth" on the tongs have been reduced to nubs. They have melted from being exposed to flame of the open fire while cooking. The edge of the spatula melted slightly too. It was used to flip burgers and pancakes. The small cutting board was a cute addition but if you are looking for something multifunctional I doubt cute is a concern. I wouldn't say the set is a total loss but if given the opportunity to repurchase I would have to pass. It is definately not worth the price!
Date published: 2012-07-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great mobile kitchen I bought this because i was head into a more backcountry gourmet style of cooking and away from boil and fill freeze dried meals. It is rather light weight for everything it comes with and does a great job of covering all your bases fro the things you need to cook. I used this to prepare a meal for 15 people using two stoves and several pots and pans, it did a great job of providing me with all the tools i needed to cook sausages , prepare and fix potatoes and to make several omelets all at the same time. The only thing i had an issue wiht was the fact that the tools are not more heat resistant, i had several of the point on the spatula melt while i was using ti to stir and flip potatoes i was frying. Over all a great set of backcountry cooking tools.
Date published: 2013-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Kit- worth the money We just used this kit for the first time (car camping) and it worked out great. the utensils were great, although there is potential for melting if you are not careful. It held everything we needed to cook. We did not use the salt/peper shakek nor the other containers it came with. The cutting board is small, but for veggies it works out fine. If you are trying to filet a big fish, you could have problems. there is plenty of room to add your own containers, gadgets, or small knife.
Date published: 2013-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compact and funtional I love this. I bring it on every car camping trip, and I'd bring it on a short hike in trip too. All my camp cookware is non stick so I haven't had to use the pot scraper yet, but the folding utensils are super sturdy for being, well, folding, and I haven't had any of the issues with melting that others have mentioned. The shape of the whole kit when packed up also nests nicely into the rest of my kitchen gear. And there's just something so pleasing about having everything you need in one little zippered pouch. A solid purchase.
Date published: 2015-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything You Need The only thing I like more than camping is cooking and eating. This allows me to do it all, with almost no additional weight in the pack. This along with some non-stick cook-wear and a back pack stove allows me to cook awesome meals (not just freeze-dried slop). I've made pancakes, fried bacon, grits, over easy eggs, sausage links, fried fish, stew, etc--all easily handled with the collapsible utensils, just as if I was in my kitchen. I carry salt, pepper, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper in the shaker, so everything is seasoned. The pouch is big enough to allow you add other stuff as well, such as a small bottle of hot sauce, coffee creamer packets, sugar packets, eating utensils. Having everything you need for clean up as well makes this the full package for backpack cooking. The only drawback is the very, very tiny squeeze bottle for dish soap. If you are going to actually cook, you'll need to carry another small squeeze bottle of soap. I use the tiny bottle they supply for bleach. I add a drop to the water in my 5-liter camp sink I use to rinse everything, if the water is not previously treated.
Date published: 2015-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excelent Camp Cook Kit A Great Kit, excelent for 3 or more people where they need to cook & serve large quantities of food. The only additions I made was to add a small can opener (P-38), cheese grater, & small chopping knife.
Date published: 2011-11-12
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Are Copolyester/nylon/polypropylene utensils heat resistant enough to cook with?

Asked by: Mike B
That is correct, these utensils can withstand a range of temperatures including high-heat to cook with.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-30
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Mess Kit I have used this mess kit on several trips, and it really comes in handy. It has all the essentials you need for camping, and it's a great way to keep it all organized. There's a little extra room in the bag to customize it for your kitchen needs. I personally added a bottle of hand sanitizer, and small bottle of hot sauce. All of the utensils will come clean very easily. The only cons I have are that I've noticed some discoloring of the spoon after frequent use. Also, it would have been nice if the top of the bag, where the scour pad and towel reside, was perforated to help with drying. This kit has everything you need to make a dinner while you're out, and I would recommend it to any new hiker.
Date published: 2013-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best kitchen kit out there First of all-these tools are plastic, which for the most part means direct contact with flame or sustained pressure on hot objects will eventually melt them. If you are picking stuff out of a fire or turning it on a grill over a fire, bring metal tools. But with that out of the way, I absolutely love this kit. Being the camp chef, this kit is phenomenally well thought out. Excellent design and immensely useful items included. How I cooked in camp for decades without tongs is a mystery. True, the cutting board is too small to be all that useful, but its a good addition, and you can use it as a base for a fuel canister. The bag itself is my favorite part of this whole thing. A half-circle with plenty extra room at the top allows you to absolutely cram it with tools and it still easily fits into a bear can-it fits perfectly in any of the large mouth models or in a cooking pot. I added a whisk, MSR spoon/tool, a compact fixed-blade knife, two extra GSI spice containers, lighters, match case, bandana and it all still fits. Genius. All that being said, I usually don't bring this backpacking as I like to travel pretty minimally. But for car camping, kayak/canoe camping or backpacking with 3+ people, this can't be beat.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth the money. I was looking for a light weight, compact kitchen utensil set. When I received this I was doubtful that it could withstand solid use. The tongs was a true fail. After two weeks of almost daily use the "teeth" on the tongs have been reduced to nubs. They have melted from being exposed to flame of the open fire while cooking. The edge of the spatula melted slightly too. It was used to flip burgers and pancakes. The small cutting board was a cute addition but if you are looking for something multifunctional I doubt cute is a concern. I wouldn't say the set is a total loss but if given the opportunity to repurchase I would have to pass. It is definately not worth the price!
Date published: 2012-07-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great mobile kitchen I bought this because i was head into a more backcountry gourmet style of cooking and away from boil and fill freeze dried meals. It is rather light weight for everything it comes with and does a great job of covering all your bases fro the things you need to cook. I used this to prepare a meal for 15 people using two stoves and several pots and pans, it did a great job of providing me with all the tools i needed to cook sausages , prepare and fix potatoes and to make several omelets all at the same time. The only thing i had an issue wiht was the fact that the tools are not more heat resistant, i had several of the point on the spatula melt while i was using ti to stir and flip potatoes i was frying. Over all a great set of backcountry cooking tools.
Date published: 2013-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Kit- worth the money We just used this kit for the first time (car camping) and it worked out great. the utensils were great, although there is potential for melting if you are not careful. It held everything we needed to cook. We did not use the salt/peper shakek nor the other containers it came with. The cutting board is small, but for veggies it works out fine. If you are trying to filet a big fish, you could have problems. there is plenty of room to add your own containers, gadgets, or small knife.
Date published: 2013-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compact and funtional I love this. I bring it on every car camping trip, and I'd bring it on a short hike in trip too. All my camp cookware is non stick so I haven't had to use the pot scraper yet, but the folding utensils are super sturdy for being, well, folding, and I haven't had any of the issues with melting that others have mentioned. The shape of the whole kit when packed up also nests nicely into the rest of my kitchen gear. And there's just something so pleasing about having everything you need in one little zippered pouch. A solid purchase.
Date published: 2015-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything You Need The only thing I like more than camping is cooking and eating. This allows me to do it all, with almost no additional weight in the pack. This along with some non-stick cook-wear and a back pack stove allows me to cook awesome meals (not just freeze-dried slop). I've made pancakes, fried bacon, grits, over easy eggs, sausage links, fried fish, stew, etc--all easily handled with the collapsible utensils, just as if I was in my kitchen. I carry salt, pepper, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper in the shaker, so everything is seasoned. The pouch is big enough to allow you add other stuff as well, such as a small bottle of hot sauce, coffee creamer packets, sugar packets, eating utensils. Having everything you need for clean up as well makes this the full package for backpack cooking. The only drawback is the very, very tiny squeeze bottle for dish soap. If you are going to actually cook, you'll need to carry another small squeeze bottle of soap. I use the tiny bottle they supply for bleach. I add a drop to the water in my 5-liter camp sink I use to rinse everything, if the water is not previously treated.
Date published: 2015-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excelent Camp Cook Kit A Great Kit, excelent for 3 or more people where they need to cook & serve large quantities of food. The only additions I made was to add a small can opener (P-38), cheese grater, & small chopping knife.
Date published: 2011-11-12
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Are Copolyester/nylon/polypropylene utensils heat resistant enough to cook with?

Asked by: Mike B
That is correct, these utensils can withstand a range of temperatures including high-heat to cook with.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-30
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