Vulcan Titanium Cutlery Set Packs 18 Multi-Tool Functions


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.


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.


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


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!

  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?


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.