Hiking, camping, boating, or picnicking - enjoy a ploughman’s lunch with the French-made Nomad Cooking Kit from Opinel.
The set is comprised of a quality-made N°12 folding knife with a serrated 12cm blade for slicing bread, a N°10 folding corkscrew knife for opening wine and cutting up produce, a N°06 pocket peeler for fruit and veg prep, a beechwood cutting board for carving meat, and a microfibre dish towel that doubles as a travel pouch. Each handle is constructed from durable beech wood, while the corrosion-resistant stainless-steel blades allow robustness, and safety rings lock them both open in use and closed for transport.
Eat bread, cheese, cold cuts, and pickles in the outdoors, thanks to the elegant Nomad Cooking Kit from Opinel.
Made in France
Corrosion-resistant stainless steel
Handles made from durable beech wood
Safety ring locks blade open when in use, and locks it closed for safety in transport
Includes: N°10 folding corkscrew knife, N°12 folding knife with a serrated 12cm blade, N°06 pocket peeler, beechwood cutting board, and microfibre dish towel doubling as a travel pouch
In Use Dimensions:
N°06 − 15.5L x 2.5W x 1.8H cm | N°10 − 23L x 3.2W x 2.3H cm | N°12 − 28L x 3.8W x 2.7H cm | Cutting Board 20L x 12W x 1.3H cm | Microfibre Towel 40L x 40W cm
21L x 13W x 5H cm
Kit 0.460 Kg | N°06 − 0.025 Kg | N°10 − 0.070 Kg | N°12 − 0.100 Kg | Cutting Board − 0.215 Kg | Microfibre Towel − 0.050 Kg
Would this be enough to cover knife requirements for a camp kitchen?
Benjamin - Minto, NSW(2 years ago)
It's not a straightforward answer I'm sorry, as knife selection for cooking and kitchen use is a personal preference. I'm personally going to upgrade to this kit for my camp kitchen as the compact nature of the knife works for my setup, but the chopping board is quite small. The knives themselves are of awesome quality, so they'll definitely be up to the task.