User Review: Coleman Solo Cook Kit
Price Paid: $19.99
If you are looking for a simple inexpensive anodized aluminum cookset, you can't go wrong with this kit. I think that you have to look at the kit as two independent sets.
The smaller pot and fry pan make a great pot and bowl set up for a lightweight overnighter or 2 day trip. It can accommodate the small butane fuel canisters made by Jetboil, so you can pair this set with a small canister stove and fuel canister all in one.
The larger pot and fry pan are better if you are taking one pot for two people, and can accommodate most of the larger butane fuel canisters so it might be a better option for an extended trip.
Both sets are reasonably light weight and durable for what you are getting. Optimus sells two similar sets and if you check the prices, this set is cheaper than buying their least expensive pot and pan set. I believe that they are made by the same factory in China as well.
This set used to be more widely available (I bought mine from Campmor) but it appears that it is now a straight to Walmart product. Either way, it makes a great set when cost and versatility are key requirements.
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