Expedition Tongs are made to handle your barbeque, braai and campfire needs: hauling a huge log to a roasting pig, flipping over a beautifully grilled steak or arranging charcoal on the lid of a Dutch oven. But the uses don’t stop at the campfire ring. Take a look at a few other ideas of how your Expedition Tongs can come in handy both at home and on the road.
Move charchoal without buring hour hands
Scratch those hard to reach places.
Remove toast from the toaster. Pro tip: Unplug toaster first.
Grab a beer without getting your entire arm cold. by Overland Now
Impress your friends with a new modern art sculpture. Great for coffee tables.
Retrieve keys out of your locked car, but only when the window is slightly ajar.
Play a quick game of golf on the beach. Hit the seagull for a hole-in-one.
Lift up firewood to check for scorpions and spiders.
Handle food on the grill.
Stir your favorite Dutch oven meal.
Pick up used tissues without picking up a cold.
Pick up hard boiled eggs.
Use as a salad sever when it’s not classy enough to use your hands.
Retrieve valuables from the garbage disposal without risking fingers.
Become a stealthy pick pocket*
* Illegal pretty much everywhere.
Rearrange logs in a fireplace or wood stove.
Remove pot lids, especially those made out of metal.
Construct the perfect campfire.
Juice a lemon or lime, without having to find where you put your actual juicer.
I don’t always pass a beer, but when I do it’s with Expedition Tongs. Song of the Road
Dispose of your cat’s latest “gift” in the fire.
Handle food in the oven.
Use in place of a fork when carving a big piece of meat.
Pick up someones dirty undies while maintaining a safe distance.
Because sometimes reaching for that glass IS just too much effort. Song of the Road
Help short people reach the top shelf items too.
Cancel your cable and add antennas instead.
Finally figure out what that chain on the ceiling fan does.
Rotate kebabs and corn on the cob without burning your arm hairs.
Move raw meat to a pan without having to get raw meat goobers on your fingers.
Catch crabs. Live or dead. It doesn’t matter.
Squeeze an avocado to make perfect pre-mashed guacamole.
Push elevator buttons no matter how many people stand in front of you.
Rearrange little bits of charcoal
Pickup litter without the risk of contracting a disease.
Pull wine corks that some sober person wedged too deep into a half drunk bottle of booze.
Move extra gooey cinnamon buns to your plate without getting your fingers all sticky.
Reach objects that fall behind your fridge. Or at least discover what that smell is.