User Review: Coleman Solo Cook Kit
Price Paid: $28.40
I recently purchased this cook set for both small group camping and solo camping. The set comes with 2 pots and 2 lids. The large pot shows 24 ounces on the graduated line, however 32 ounces measures to the pot's top curved edge. The large pan/ lid covering is 16 ounces to the top edge.
The small pot shows 16 ounces on the graduated line, however 20 ounces measures to the pot's top curved edge. The small pan/ lid covering is 12 ounces to the top edge.
I used the Coleman Feather 442 to cook on. The pot's anodized exterior worked and looked good. The metal seemed to hold an even heat transfer. The lids work great with small baking/ frying. The large pot worked great to cook chili and soups in. The small pot worked great to make coffee with.
I used this set for a small group and I was pleased with the set. Coleman made a good cook set for the price.
The Coleman Feather 442 actually will rest inside the large pot with lid closed. I also have a Brunton Bantam Liquid Stove that will rest inside the small pot with lid closed.
The handles did not get hot from the flames and I could easily pick up the pots and/ or lids without burning my hands.
I will be trying this cook set out on my alcohol stoves next.
I like the compactness and lightweight material. Coleman seems to have a good competition with other cookware manufacturers when it comes to outdoor equipment.