If man were meant to pop corks, prong peas, open tins, stir soup, slice sausages and tighten screws he’d have been given Swiss army hands. But he wasn’t. So you’ll have to make do with the ingenious Baladeo Pocket Cutlery Set.
Detach the cutlery
Don't forget to open the wine!
A must-have companion for campers, glampers, picnickers, hikers, impatient kebab fans and civilised festival-goers, this nifty little stainless steel multi-tool contains everything you need to eat your dindins with a level of dignity rarely afforded to outdoorsy types.
Contained within its rugged ABS shell you’ll find a removable spoon and fork, a lockable knife, combined can opener/bottle opener/flathead screwdriver and separate corkscrew. It even comes in a sturdy case with a belt clip and magnetic seal. Making a complete Bear Grylls of yourself has never been easier. Now where are those napkins?
This item cannot be sold to anyone under the age of 18.
By purchasing this product you confirm that you are 18 years of age or older. Under current UK legislation it is an offence to sell knives and certain bladed or pointed articles to persons under 18 years of age. If you purchase this item with a credit/debit card that is available to under 18s, we will contact you to request proof of your age before your order is despatched.
This product can only be delivered to addresses within the EU.
This is a great piece of kit!!
It much bigger than you would have thought from the pictures. It's extremely robust and will come in very useful. Well impressed!
The only minor reservation I would have is that all the metal parts are magnetic. Pure stainless steel is not magnetic. So with regard to the corrosion resistance the jury is still out.
In all other respects the Baladeo well exceeds my expectations:)
J. Big Jea - 11th May 2011
I got one of these for £1. 20 at a bargain shop, is this one better quality. Connor - 10th May 2011
Firebox says: We would expect so.
Looks really handy when traveling! I just wanted to know how much does it weigh? Eurgain - 21st June 2010