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Recent Cookware Reviews

Ozark Trail 3-Piece Cook Set

rated 4 of 5 stars This is an excellent set for 2 campers (or solo if you take the smaller pot). The quality is smidgen below that of Stanley but the price is amazing - $10 for 2 pots & lid. This is a great set for car camping.  The pots & lid are study and well-made.  Quality-wise, it may be a bit less than Stanley or GSI but at $10 for the set, it is well-worth it.  If I can change anything, I would recommend the Ozark Trail get rid of the plastic coating on the handles.  This will allow the pots to… Full review

Primus Eta Pot

rated 4 of 5 stars Very efficient but slightly outdated pot. Consider purchasing the newer Primetech model which is slightly better. This is an older version of the modern Primetech Pot. The only differences are lack of non-slip base and basic handle with silicone cover. In my opinion, neither of these features are worth creating a “new" product, so these pots are almost the same. Please, refer to my Primetech Pot review for more detailed information. Full review

Primus PrimeTech Pot 1.8L

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great fuel efficiency and cooking speed at a cost of increased bulkiness and weight. The Primetech pot is a direct replacement to older ETA Pot of 2nd generation with only a few improvements: no-slip texture on the base, slightly better proprietary handles with lock feature. In summer 2016 I purchased two Primus Primetech pots (1.0 and 1.8L), but due to seller error I had to send back the smaller one and purchase an older 1.0L ETA model in local store. They are almost the same. Both Primus pots… Full review

GSI Outdoors Halulite Microdualist Complete

rated 4 of 5 stars Complete cooking and eating system, including canister stove, 1.4L pot with cup, bowl, and foon for two. Small enough to carry on solo trips, yet big enough to use on family trips with more than two, this kit is best for a group of two who want a complete system. Includes heat/wind shield for stove for real world use. 1 Water pail 2 Pot 3 Lid 4 Wind shield 5 Heat shield 6 Pinnacle stove 7 Foons 8 Bowls 9 Cups 10 Cup lids The word complete was aptly applied when they named this kit. Other than food… Full review

Hydro Flask 18 oz Wide Mouth Bottle

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Works well, but only when it works... I bought a Hydro Flask for the purpose of having a hot beverage with me on winter hikes. Initially, it worked well. My drinks were often so hot I could barely drink them. Less than one year after purchasing the Hydro Flask, I was up on Mt Jackson in 0 degree temps and the lid wouldn't open. I finally got it open and my drink seemed okay. I went to use it the next day on a long snowshoeing hike and when I tried to open it, it refused to open. My husband finally… Full review

Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Would be great if it had a polished finish instead of a porous one. I think I like my GSI Halulite Minimalist better, despite the significant weight difference. The features of the lid, cozy and pot gripper steal the show for me. I just wish it was made of titanium instead of anodized aluminum. This would be more of a competitor if it wasn't such a pain to keep clean. Too many crevices, and a micro bead blasted finish to hold onto old food.  Full review

Light My Fire Spork

rated 1.5 of 5 stars I've owned three of these (bought one and received two as gifts). All three broke at some point. This is one of the pieces of gear that I always see in stores and am always tempted to buy because it's not priced high at all and seems very practical — but every one that I've owned has broken, and so have many of the ones that my friends have owned. And each time I'm on a camping trip and one of these breaks, we all talk about why we just didn't bring a disposable plastic fork or spoon with us (you… Full review

Optimus Heat Insulation Pouch

rated 4 of 5 stars Food warmer, hand warmer — how could you miss? A few years ago I gave up actually cooking on the trail. Switched to what some call freezer bag meals. I mix my dry (and sometimes fresh) ingredients at home, dump them in a freezer bag. In camp just add the appropriate amount of boiling water and let it rehydrate. Being a tinkerer I made an insulation pouch out of a piece of insulated duct wrap, and used it for quite some time. I had to be careful with it though. It was slippery to hold on to while… Full review

Optimus Terra Weekend HE Cookset

rated 4 of 5 stars Efficient boiler with room for a stove, even a 43-year-old stove. After resurrecting a 43-year-old SVEA 123 for my winter forays into the wilderness, I started looking for a pot that would be big enough to hold it. I'm always looking for ways to lighten and compact my gear. I have a tea kettle, that is really the only cookware I've carried for years; but having that and the SVEA takes up too much space in the food bag. Enter the Terra Weekend HE. I first saw this on a youtube video, purchased one,… Full review

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GSI Outdoors Tablesppoon Utensil
$1
GSI Outdoors Fork Utensil
$1
GSI Outdoors Knife Utensil
$1
user rating: 1 of 5 (1)
Sea to Summit Polycarbonate Cutlery Utensil
$1 - $16
GSI Outdoors Spoon Utensil
$4
Nalgene 1 oz HDPE Screw-Top Bottle Storage Container
$1
Coghlan's Camp Scrubber Kitchen Accessory
$1
Nalgene 2 oz HDPE Screw-Top Bottle Storage Container
$1
Coghlan's Plastic Match Box Storage Container
$1
Liberty Mountain Measuring Cup Cup/Mug
$2
Coghlan's Can Opener Utensil
$2
Nalgene Straight Side Jar
$2 - $7
 
Pat's Backcountry Beverages Activator Packets Kitchen Accessory
$2
Nalgene 4oz Narrow Mouth Round Bottle Storage Container
$2
Nalgene Transparent Square Storage Bottles Storage Container
$2
Nalgene Drop Dispensing Bottle Storage Container
$2 - $3
 
Ultimate Survival Technologies Can Opener Kitchen Accessory
$2
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Metal-Ware Drinking and Measuring Cup Cup/Mug
$2 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
REI Campware Long Spoon Utensil
$2 MSRP
REI Chefware Long Polypropylene Spoon Utensil
$2 MSRP
REI Campware Spork Utensil
$2 MSRP
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (27)
Light My Fire Spork Utensil
$2 - $10
Coghlan's Collapsible Food Umbrella Kitchen Accessory
$2
 
Blue Sky Gear PackWare Bowl Plate/Bowl
$2
 
Blue Sky Gear PackWare Mug Cup/Mug
$2
Coghlan's Two Egg Holder Storage Container
$2
GSI Outdoors Cascadian Bowl Plate/Bowl
$3
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors Cascadian Mug Cup/Mug
$3 - $45
Olicamp Fork Utensil
$2
Olicamp Teaspoon Utensil
$2
Olicamp Soup Spoon Utensil
$2
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
MSR DeepDish Plate Plate/Bowl
$2 - $6
GSI Outdoors Cascadian Divided Plate Utensil
$2
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors Mini-Spatula Utensil
$3
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Spoon Utensil
$3
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Fork Utensil
$3
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Knife Utensil
$3
Texsport Enamel Mug Cup/Mug
$3
GSI Outdoors Enamelware Plate Plate/Bowl
$3 - $6
Olicamp Knife Utensil
$3
Coghlan's Deluxe Chow Kit Utensil
$3
Liberty Mountain Nalgene Drop Bottle 2 oz. Storage Container
$3
Nalgene 8 oz HDPE Screw-Top Bottle Storage Container
$3
REI Chefware Polypropylene Utensil Set Utensil
$3 MSRP
Coghlan's Camp Fork Utensil
$3
Olicamp Cutlery Set Utensil
$3
Coghlan's Collapsible Tumblers Cup/Mug
$3
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
GSI Outdoors Infinity Stacking Cup Cup/Mug
$3
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Coghlan's Six Egg Holder Storage Container
$3
GSI Outdoors Cascadian Plate Plate/Bowl
$3
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