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ADV ProductsMotorcycle Camping Gear‘Fozzils Solo Pack’ Fold-Flat Tableware for Ultralight Packers

‘Fozzils Solo Pack’ Fold-Flat Tableware for Ultralight Packers

The solo pack cup, plate and bowl fold down flat to easily fit in your luggage.

Published on 09.15.2015

Adventure Riders on the eternal quest to slash weight and save space for off-road excursions will love the Fozzils Solo Pack, a set of ultra-lightweight tableware that packs completely flat. Comprising of a cup, bowl and plate, the set collectively weighs a mere 4 oz (113 g), music to the ears of an Adventure Rider who wants to travel light, but also likes to eat off a plate and not slurp from leaky packaging.

Fozzils Solo Pack tableware are the perfect replacement for your old bulky camp cups and bowls that take up valuable space in your bags. Packed flat, the receptacles take up minimal space and are also flexible enough to be squeezed into awkward gaps in any Adventure Rider’s luggage. Moreover, the full-size cup (350ml/11.8 fl oz) and bowl (600ml/20.4 fl oz) have their measurements marked on the exterior to help a rider mix the right amount of ingredients while cooking out in the bush.

Fozzils solo pack flat-folding tableware in blue


Key to the Fozzils Solo Pack design is the press stud system that snaps together the four corners of each unit into tight-fitting and leak-proof receptacles. The product has received an enthusiastic thumbs-up from users who’ve put the vessels through much rougher abuse than most Adventure Riders are likely to. In fact, its food-grade polypropylene construction saves on having to carry detergent on the trail as the non-stick surfaces easily wipe clean with a rag.

Acclaimed as the Fozzils Solo Pack is, common sense dictates caution when drinking or eating hot substances from these receptacles; working the hand grips with scalded fingers is no fun. But as a space-saving, weight-slashing device, it’s bound to score with ultra-light packing Adventure Riders that appreciate the convenience of having tableware while they camp.

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Author: Derek Alberts

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Charles Fox
Charles Fox
October 14, 2015 11:40 am

this system is hands down the best camp kit.
I’ve had mine for 6 years and still going strong.


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