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Rating and Summary
The Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks aren’t too expensive, and they’re fairly decent when roasting marshmallows. They’re also really affordable when purchased in bulk (and might be one of my least expensive roasting sticks when purchased in bulk).
However, the quality of these Ajmyonsp Sticks aren’t that great, and it’s not the sturdiest either. Read on to find out more!
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Here’s what we’ll discuss here:
- In the Box
Here’s what the packaging of the Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks looked like:
In the Box
I bought the Pack of 7 option, and got a storage pouch along with 7 roasting sticks. If you need more, these sticks also come in a massive pack of 15.
Here are my personal measurements of the Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks:
- Extended length: 32 inches, or 81 cm.
- Retracted length: 12 inches, or 30 cm.
- Distance between the tines: 0.75 inches, or 2 cm.
- Weight of 1 roasting stick: 34 grams, or 1.2 ounces.
- Weight of storage pouch: 37 grams, or 1.3 ounces.
- Material of rod and tines: stainless steel.
- Material of handle: wood.
- Material of pouch: canvas.
The Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks pack down small, but telescope when in use to put you at a safe distance away from the fire. The tips of the handles are all in different colors, and the tips of the tines or prongs are non-sharp, so it’s safe for children to use.
The canvas storage pouch has a drawstring opening.
The Amazon listing for these Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks specifically states that there’s a rotating axle, but mine did not come with this feature. (This accurate as the date I edited my Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks YouTube video, around late-2021.)
Testing and Performance
I put the Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks through these 4 tests:
- Ease of Use
- Ease of Clean Up
Here’s how the Ajmyonsp Sticks performed.
The Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks can hold 4 marshmallows without flexing too much, but because the tines are quite close together, it’s a tight fit to squeeze even 3 or 4 marshmallows at one time.
As for roasting hot dogs, the Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks can hold 1 hot dog easily without bending, but starts to flex quite a bit when I tried to roast more than that. Here’s what it looked like with 4 hot dogs:
Ease of Use
The Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks telescope easily, and it remains at the extended length firmly. However, I have to be careful when retracting the Ajmyonsp Sticks because of the flex. I think that the Ajmyonsp Sticks have the most flex of any of my stainless steel roasting sticks when trying to retract them.
When I used the Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks to roast both marshmallows and hot dogs, the food doesn’t slip into the fire even when I hang it vertically downwards, because having both tines or prongs go through the food makes it pretty secure. Also, having both tines or prongs go through the food keeps the food from spinning.
It doesn’t come with a rotating axle, but it’s not difficult to rotate the sticks just by rotating the handle.
The tines are non-sharp, but I found that it’s easy enough to skewer both hot dogs and marshmallows, but it might be a bit more difficult if you’re roasting meats.
To clean the Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks, I just tossed them in soapy water for a couple of hours and they were clean with no residue or marshmallow goo.
Apart from stating that the Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks are made of stainless steel, I could not find any further information on the type of stainless steel, and whether it’s food safe or food grade.
Also, after I soaked the Ajmyonsp Sticks in water for cleaning (and I did not dry them after), I noticed a little bit of rust forming on the connecting parts of the sticks. But the good thing is that it’s not difficult to remove and I could scratch it off.
The handle is made of wood, and has a smooth finish. It’s fixed to both the rod and the colored handle tip firmly.
As for the storage pouch, mine had a bit of a chemical smell, and feels a bit plasticky even though it’s supposed to be canvas. Packing up the sticks into the pouch is easy though and not a tight fit.
Pros and Cons
For pros, I think the biggest selling point is that the Ajmyonsp Roasting Sticks are very inexpensive when you need to make a bulk purchase, like 15 sticks at one time. It also comes in different colors, and is easy to clean.
As for cons, the quality is definitely not that great. I have no idea what kind of stainless steel they’re using, whether it’s food grade or food safe, there’s a little bit of rust forming too, and the pouch smells funny.
I also did not like that there’s inaccurate product information on the Amazon listing. It says that the Ajmyonsp sticks come with rotating axles, but it’s not true. It’s my least sturdy stainless steel roasting stick with the most amount of flex, and is also one of my shorter roasting sticks. Basically, it’s not meant for heavy duty roasting, but just marshmallows is fine.
Would I recommend the Ajmyonsp Marshmallow Roasting Sticks?
Well, I guess you could consider it if you’re on a very tight budget and you need a bulk purchase of these telescoping roasting sticks. The Ajmyonsp Sticks are definitely the least expensive of all the roasting sticks that I have when you make such bulk purchases.
But other than that, I don’t think that it’s that great a purchase. The quality is not really up to par, it’s my least stainless steel sturdy roasting stick, and it’s not that long. So, it’s hard for me to recommend this when there are better options available out there.
Bonus: Must Read!
To check out other campfire roasting stick options, here’s a blog post where I bought, tested and compared 9 of the best roasting sticks.
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