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Recent Pot/Pan Reviews

Toaks Titanium 750ml Pot

rated 4 of 5 stars Good size and weight, and nice carrying sack to limit soot transfer to pack. I also bought this a couple months ago. Used on my Emberlit Mini Ti woodstove, and it works like a charm. The chief pot competition in my pack is the GSI Minimalist made out of Aluminum alloy Halulite. Each have their good and bad: The good for the Toaks is the super light pot and lighter lid, the integrated handles, and the carry sack  The downside compared to the GSI is the handles become so hot, I still need to use… Full review

Toaks Titanium 750ml Pot

rated 5 of 5 stars Strong and light titanium pot with lid. From a solo overnight to an extended multi-day trip this pot is the perfect size for lightweight backpacking. At 750 ml  it will easily boil enough water for your breakfast oatmeal and coffee, your ramen for lunch, or a dehydrated meal and hot chocolate for dinner. It has folding handles and a lid with a wire tab that makes checking on your food easy and burn free. Weighing just 103 g and taking up 102 mm X 112 mm of space it is small and light. If I'm… Full review

GSI Outdoors Halulite Ketalist Cookset

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent product. I use this cookset year round. This product is vary resilient and stands up to heavy use. My only complaint is the spork. They are easily broken and I now use a titanium spork. Full review

Primus CampFire Cookset S/S - Small

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Extremely strong and beautifully designed cookware set (1.0L + 1.8L + frying pan). Mostly intended for cooking on stoves, but also may be used on open fire. Well stackable with ETA-II and Primetech-I cooking sets. In the meantime it’s heavy and has a frying pan with limited use scope in backcountry. Some minor items favor the classy look over utility. We decided to buy this cooking set after we became aware of our Primetech (see my full review) and ETA pots’ limited lifetime. We use our pots… Full review

Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very light, compact, and durable cookset. I bought this set to replace a set with a nylon lid which melted in the campfire (surprise surprise).  I used an REI dividend to purchase this item with a 20% off coupon. I probably would not have shelled out the $$ otherwise to purchase this item.  It's titanium, so it is light and strong. I have manged to keep it dent free so far. Survives campfires no problem, though retrieving it can be a little dicey due to the short handles. If you sit on it, you'll… Full review

MSR Alpine StowAway Pots

rated 4 of 5 stars It is compact, long-lasting, and folds and locks down just small enough to fit your MSR WhisperLite inside. I'm on my second one, and I've been using them for 20 years. They are small enough to cook safely with on top of the MSR WhisperLite, which has a 9" pan width maximum. Putting your stove inside this pot before you go packing will ensure that the stove survives unscathed, and you will always know where it is. This 1 qt pot wastes almost no space in your pack. There is a metal slider on the… Full review

GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist

rated 4.5 of 5 stars If you don't want to put out the money for titanium, and have basic backcountry needs, the Soloist is a great choice for one or two. Specs: 1.1 liter hard-anodized aluminum pot 14 fl. oz. insulated mug/bowl Telescoping spork Stuff sack / Welded sink Insulated handle Size: 5.5 x 5.4 x 5 inches Weight: 10.9 oz. I've used the GSI Soloist for the past five years or so and except for the tiniest of dings it still looks as good as new with zero degradation of the pot surface. While I typically use it… Full review

Calphalon #1307 Omelette Pan

rated 4 of 5 stars Heavy weight, but if frying things evenly is your thing, you might want to carry one like it. This is not traditional backpacking/camping cookware, of course, but nothing works like aluminium for even heat transfer on a backpacking/camping stove that can come anywhere near the light weight. The problem, of course, is that the lighter you make the pot, the less evenly it will cook. The Calphalon #1307 7" omelette pan is to my knowledge the smallest hard-anodised aluminium, uncoated skillet/frying… Full review

GSI Outdoors Halulite Boiler

rated 4 of 5 stars Hard-anodised aluminium gives the best combination of durability, light weight, and heat transfer. The only real flaws I see in this product are that the handle is relatively heavy, at 36 g (1.3 oz), and the lid could fit tighter. The only hard-anodised aluminium pot on the market with an actual lid. I have the 1.1L Halulite Boiler, which is a supposedly proprietary aluminium alloy. It's hard-anodised with NO non-stick coating. So far as I am aware, it is the only hard-anodised aluminium, uncoated… Full review

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GSI Outdoors Halulite Ketalist Cookset
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Olicamp XTS Pot
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