Gerber COMPLEAT: The Product You Didn’t Know You Wanted
Adam Scepaniak 03.21.19
When it comes to camping gadgetry and things that blur the lines between want and need most of us are always willing to open up our wallets for something cool. For myself, the coolest thing I have come across in recent memory is a widget to help you cook and eat your food while out in the woods. The NEW Gerber Compleat camping tool is as handy as a Swiss Army knife, can help you prepare your meals, and it is compact enough to stick into your pocket.
At a full MSRP of only $28, this is a tool I believe a lot of us could dive into with full bellies and no regrets. The list of specifications and the tools it hides inside itself can be read below as presented by Gerber:
- Length 7.75″
- Width 1.50″
- Weight 2.3 Ounces
- Spatula [Serrated & Silicone Edge]: High-Temp Nylon w/ Silicone Over-Mold
- Long Tine Fork
- Deep Basin Spoon
- Tongs [Fork or Spoon + Spatula]
- Multi-Tool: 1) Bottle Opener, 2) Veggie Peeler, 3) Serrated Package Opener, 4) Can Opener
For people who even want to add a little flair to their gear, you can order the Gerber Compleat in 3 different color options: Burnt Bronze, Flat Sage, and/or Silver. The price does not change depending on which color suits your fancy. Gerber shares their own thoughts on what could be one of their hottest camping tools to debut this year:
On the trail, the most important meal of the day is the one you’re about to eat. Gerber’s ComplEAT tool has the bases covered with a fork, spoon, spatula, and 4 function multi-tool that nest for transport as well as snap together to convert into functional tongs. Cook, eat, clean and get back out there… Mealtime in the backcountry often equates to lugging multiple utensils in prime real estate: the backpack. Gerber took a look at the process as a whole, from prep to clean up, and delivered an innovative tool that solves for all of it.
For those of us who cannot wait for spring, summer, and fall to arrive to get outside and start hunting and camping, is this something that you could see yourself using? Are there other “must-have” tools already in your arsenal? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.