Vulcan Titanium Cutlery Set Packs 18 Multi-Tool Functions

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Like other cutlery designed for camping, the Vulcan Titanium assembles into a compact bundle, so you can keep them in a single pocket while taking up minimal space. Unlike them, it doubles as an 18-in-1 multi-tool, allowing you to use your cutlery for much more than eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Consisting of a spoon, fork, and knife that nest into a dock they call the multi-bar, the ensemble tidies up into a stack not that much bigger than a large folding knife, albeit with a wider profile. It locks in tightly, too, so the whole thing will stay intact the whole time it sits in your jeans’ back pocket, bag pouch, or lunch bag.

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The Vulcan measures 5.7 inches long, with a solid titanium construction, ensuring you can use it to enjoy meals with the same utility as regular home cutlery.  Whether you’re slicing steaks, wrapping noodles around a fork, or sipping on hot soup, these things should work a heck of a lot better than plastic cutlery you put up with when eating out of the house.  As for the multi-tool functions, the knife comes with a short saw edge, a grab hook, a rope cutter, and a square wrench, while the spoon gets a tie loop at the end of the handle. The fork, on the other hand, gets a rope holder and a straight edge, with the multi-bar integrating a screwdriver, a pry bar, a can opener, a bottle opener, a phone stand, and a five-size hex wrench.

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A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for the Vulcan Titanium. Pledges to reserve a unit starts at £40.

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2 Responses

  1. Gene

    I’m a sucker for multi-tools. If something whether in the kitchen, the garage or on the go can help me with more than one task I say.. take my money! I guess I’ve always been an organizer at heart and when I’m told there is a single product that can do EIGHTEEN different things, well; you can probably imagine how excited I get. At first glance I was skeptical but this tool truly appears to be the size of a pocket knife and can do far more than I would have imagined. Cut ropes, open cans and bottles, hold your phone and act as a wrench. Wow! Just wow!

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  2. Jerry

    Nothing beats the power of my Spork. I have a single titanium spork that I have used for years. I am a spork kind of guy when I am out in the woods camping. The benefit of this Vulcan set is I would not have to carry a separate can opener. It is kind of a misnomer to call this just a spoon and fork combo, because it is also a multi-tool. Everything has turned into a multi-tool, even when not designed efficiently. Fortunately this set is designed great.

    I like that it comes with a hex key integrated into it too. I don’t often need one, but it is handy to have when you do. The set is built out of titanium. Titanium has a great strength-to-weight ratio, which will keep hikers happy. A few ounces here and few ounces there can add up to pounds and pounds of unwanted weight when hiking. Every little bit of weight conserved is a win in my book.

    I think this KickStarter will successfully, but if it was an electronics item I would be concerned. They say their only challenge is funding at this point. I believe that to be true, but as we’ve see in the past, many KickStarters also had a distribution or manufacturing problem that either caused massive delays or outright cancellation. I don’t think that’ll happen since their product seems like it would be easy for the factory to duplicate this.

    I’m not a fan of the name. Couldn’t they come up with something more unique?

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