Before we start.. note this is OFFLINE, may be store limited, so please check with your individual John Lewis switchboard, this was on the edge of kitchen / outdoorsy kit @JL Peterborough branch, do call & verify stock local to you!
We picked up 6 kits as presents & for ourselves priced at £10 each which at the original £20 was still not bad based on typical individual kit price..
Various colours availabe.
This is part of the clearance stock left over from xmas I presume.
Please note it's all colur co-ordinated, so if you buy a green kit you'll get green spork, ..green grandpa toasting fork stick attacher, green firesteel... the maya dust comes in a grey plastic tub as usual!
Hope this helps a few folk!
This 6-piece CampKit from Light My Fire is a must-have for anybody planning a camping trip.
1x 2-piece lunchbox (typ price £6.99)
1x Spork - a spoon, fork and knife in one (£1.98 typically)
1x Swedish FireSteel - designed to help you build a fire (scout version) ..(typ £7.99)
1x Grandpa's FireFork - use it to grill your food on the fire (typ £4.90)
1x tin of Maya Dust Tinder ..(typ £3.15)
All the products are Light My Fire classics and fit inside the lunchbox for storage.
So depending on where you shop the kit inside this retails anything between £22 -£25 if all bought seperately.
Therefore for a tenner you can't go wrong if you are the outdoors type, ..my daughter used the firesteel to set a fire & cook sausages for a nipper the grandpa's firefork is a godsend, lots more control than the regular pointy stick ..if you've ever witnessed 6 yr olds tryingto cook sausages over a brazier, she's just had her 7th birthday, & wanted to practise before going on a nighthike with her local Beaver patrol (pre cubs)
Tonight, more sausages & an eggy sandwich, & toasted marshmallows courtesy of my daughters outdoor cooking I think!