Evernew Ti Non-Stick Pot 1.3L
Price Paid: $59.50
This is one of the best pieces of gear I own. It is super light, large enough for 2-3 people, and I have found NOTHING that will stick which makes for super fast and easy clean-up. Although it is expensive, you get what you pay for. I can't believe I went this long without this pot!!!
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After much trial and error, youAAAve mastered the fine art of one-pot cooking; however, if youAAAre looking to add a little versatility to your campfire kitchen, branch out with a set of two Evernew Titanium Non-Stick Pots. The .9L (30oz) pot nests inside the 1.3L (44oz) pot for easy transportation, and thanks to the potsAAA ultralight titanium construction, you get two pots that weigh less than most single pots. Cooking is a breeze thanks to the integrated, folding handles, which are insulated with silicon tubing so burned fingers are a thing of the past. A non-stick, silicon-based ceramic coating makes cleanup a snap; donAAAt worry, Evernew does not use Teflon or PFOA in the manufacturing process, so you can use this nonstick set with confidence.
500 and 1000 ml gradations on side of pot assist in measuring. Available only at REI, this super-lightweight cookware now features a new non-stick coating inside for even cooking, durability and easy clean-up. Curved, silicone-covered handles swing out for a burn-free grip; handles pack flat against pot for compact storage. Extra-thick silicon ceramic coating is superior, passing tests for heat, corrosion, frying and scratch-resistant hardness. Includes nylon stuff sack with drawcord and toggle. Lighter than steel and stronger than aluminum, corrosion-resistant, chemically non-reactive titanium conducts heat efficiently. Maintain the durability and integrity of coating and pot by avoiding cooking empty and using intense concentrated heat that can cause overheating. Pot rim features a spout for spill-proof pouring; lid features silicone-covered handle to protect hands. Rounded bottom edges offer more surface area to the flame and are easier to clean.