MSR Quick Solo System

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Specs

Total Weight 11.4 ounces (323.9 g)
Packed Size 6.75 x 3.75 inches (17.15 x 9.53 cm)

Manufacturer's Description

The lightest and smallest MSR cook system for one or two people and boil-only meals.

Components:
(1) 1.3L hard anodized aluminum pot
(1) Strainer Lid
(1) Talon Pot Handle
(1) 12.5 fluid ounce (370 ml) Insulated Mug with Lid

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The MSR Quick Solo System is MSR's lightest, most compact cook system. It is the ultimate solution for simple, one-pot meals favored by soloists moving fast. Includes: (1) 1.3L Hard anodized aluminum pot, (1) Strainer lid, (1) Double-wall insulated mug, and (1) Talon pot handle.

- CampSaver.com

The lightest, most compact cookware system that MSR offers, the QuickTM Solo is the solution for simple, one-pot meals on your backpacking adventures in the mountains.

- REI

The light, compact MSR Quick Solo System includes all the cookware you'll need for a solo trip and add another bowl to make it a mess kit for two. It's the ultimate solution for the simple, one-pot meals favored by soloists moving fast. Pack your spork and off you go.-- 1.3 liter capacity-- Hard anodized aluminum is light, strong, and conducts heat more evenly than titanium-- Pot lid doubles as a strainer and raised lip makes pouring water easy-- Insulated stainless steel mug-- Durable and scratch resistant-- Talon(TM) Pot Handle features a modular, lightweight push-button design that folds to lock on lids keeping pots secure-- Efficient, nesting design packs small and saves space

- OMCgear

If you prefer to pack light and travel alone in the backcountry, the MSR Quick Solo System is your cook kit. The 1. 3L aluminum pot includes a strainer lid, talon pot handle, and an insulated mug that keeps your morning brew warm for the first few miles of trail. The entire set weighs in at just 11. 3 ounces and only occupies a small corner of pack space.

- Backcountry.com