Fix your bike, open a beer, and eat a can of beans all with the CRKT Eat'N Tool. With this do-it-all tool you'll be hard-pressed to find a situation where it won't come in handy.

  • Steel
  • Spork
  • Bottle opener
  • Three metric wrenches (6mm, 8mm, and 10mm)
  • Included carabiner
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

All in one

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This piece of gear is simple, but it goes a really long way. I actually carry this with me every day, just in case I'm in need of a fork or spoon. Now I don't have to use single use utensils. Carabiner makes it great for easy for carrying around.

It is what it is

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Spork and bottle opener are the most used. Nice and small, fits in any pocket and is great for hikes, camping and any other activity when a quick bite to eat 'on the road' is necessary.

I've since passed ours on..

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Our first camp silverware was molded plastic from Walmart, the CRKT eat'n tool was one of our first upgrades to our backpacking load out. Since then we've grown fond of the sea to summit long handled alpha light spoon, and our CRKT's have been passed on to a couple just getting into backpacking. While I never used the metric closed end wrenches they were always a fun talking point. I can attest that the bottle opener can withstand frequent use. The Eat'N Tool is light sturdy and small, and if the included carabiner is removed two (or more) will stack neatly together making them all the more simple to pack. If I am not mistaken Columbia River Knife and Tool does make a slightly longer version for those interested.

Does what its meant to

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Ok so yea its small and maybe $8 seems like alot for its size, but its worth it. This thing will definitely last you awhile and can be very handy. As another reviewer said the carabiner is pretty much junk but just attach some paracord and you're good to go! Honestly I've only used the spork and bottle opener(as I always carry a SOG multi tool for my tinkering needs) but there are times where the other tools would have came in handy if I didn't carry another tool for the job already. All in all, get one, tie it to your bag and/or keep it as a back up just in case. You won't be sorry.

Handy, Durable Spoon

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got this as a stocking stuffer for Christmas and it has really come in handy! I took it on a weeklong backpacking trip and it was able to handle pretty much every meal. It is pretty small in your hand, but not to the point of being difficult to use. The bottle open is also a nice touch, I was able to hook to spoon onto the side of my bowl while my food cooled down (and it opens bottles well too). The carabiner lost its function after a few days, but that really the only problem I encountered with it.
A durable utensil that will do the trick for your camping needs.