73331EDIT: OR - GSI Outdoors TEKK Lexan Cutlery Set - Eric Olsen
- Apr 5, 2007Hello Eric,
This is a nice job on your third review. Thanks for putting the HTML
up at the same time. I will work from it; your initial edits will
follow. They will take the following format;
EDIT: must be changed
Edit: should be changed but will be left to your discretion
Comment: just that or something to think about
Once you make the changes you can repost and put a new one in the
***Listed Weight: .7 oz (20 g)
EDIT: when using fractional number we are asked to put a 0 before the
decimal point. So this should be "0.7" oz, same thing with all
***The spoon holds 1.25 tspn. (6 ml).
EDIT: the abbreviation for teaspoon is "tsp" and no period after it
***GSI Outdoors makes a variety of deferent polycarbonate utensils
***This set was harder to find to get the manufacturers
specifications than some of the other sets but I expect the others
will be very similar if not better from subsequent improvements.
EDIT: this is speculation and projection, unless you buy them and
know it to be the case this should be left out
***some wind was encountered but had no effect on the function of the
utensils, and they are not too light as to be blow away in normal
EDIT: some wind was encountered but had no effect on the function of
the utensils "as" they are not "so" light as to be "blown" away in
***The knife has been used for the typical uses that a utensil knife
is used for.
Edit: that is a lot of "use"s, you may want to say the
typical "things that a knife"
***The spoon is big enough for food with some consistancy to them
EDIT: consistency, and I think you mean "with thicker consistency" as
even soup has consistency. (Less than stew but more than water )
***The fork is used mainly for more elaborate breakfast than my norm
(eggs, sausage, pancakes) and for dinners.
EDIT: "breakfasts", and you may want to put the (eggs, sausage,
pancakes) after "breakfasts" as the way it is now it says that they
are your norm.
***Super light - Under an ounce is hard to beat
EDIT: metric conversion needed
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