Good for what it is
Recently recieved my eat'n tool. Was a little shorter than I would prefer but works great. I help train interrogation teams for ther Army and will spend an average of 8 days at a time in the field with them. It always seems that I forget a spoon for some reason. My eat'n tool is clipped to my camelbak so I always have a spork available now. Lightweight, easy to clean. I will probably buy a couple more for fellow instructors. Not so sure about the wrenches as I havnt used them yet. Maybe a future model could be about an inch longer and have a small serrated section on the bowel of the spork. Overall pretty impressed.
Richard - January 6, 2011