the pot "for me"...

8:00 p.m. on January 19, 2009 (EST)
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im looking for a 2 liter pot with a frying pan that works as a lid. I cant find anything like this thats not made by colman...

9:20 p.m. on January 19, 2009 (EST)
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msr blacklight gourmet cookset?

http://www.trailspace.com/gear/msr/blacklite-gourmet-cookset/

Not exactly what your looking for, in that the lid and frying pan are separate items, and you'll also end up with a 1.5 liter pot for which you may or may not have a use. Nonetheless, not a bad set.

9:52 p.m. on January 19, 2009 (EST)
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Hi nay and,

I have a set just like you described from MSR, I have a set in stainless for cooking over coals, and a titanium set for light backpacking.

Like tokyo bill suggested look on the Trailspace reviews/cookware
Here is a link to that entire section
http://www.trailspace.com/gear/stoves/cookware/

Surely you will find something there.

10:29 p.m. on January 19, 2009 (EST)
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LOL I just sold a brand new set I didn't like that you might have.

Anyway have you looked at Snow Peak if you cant find anything you like on there website call them and they will send you a full catalog via mail it is very nice with a large selection.

http://www.snowpeak.com/back/index.html

12:28 p.m. on January 20, 2009 (EST)
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thanks for the links

10:52 p.m. on January 20, 2009 (EST)
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If you're willing to sacrifice the idea that the frying pan must double as the lid, the MSR set referenced above I think is probably as good as anything else you're gonna come up with. The non-stick coating isn't as abrasion-proof as I'd like, but mine has more than done its job when asked.

Snowpeak also makes good gear of this sort, although somewhat pricey.

Amongst my old gear is an old SIGG stainless set akin to what you describe, with an extra pot, and an included windscreen for the stove. My old (ahem) Coleman Peak 442 MF stove nestled in there quite nicely.

You may also wish to visit the GSI website and see what they have; I recently acquired their Soloist ultralight set and am very pleased with it. (It's changed slightly for '09 from my '08 version, and it's not what you describe, but they've got other stuff, of course.)

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