MSR DuraLite Gourmet Cookset


This cookset is nicely made, and seems to be mostly…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars

This cookset is nicely made, and seems to be mostly well thought out, with a black coating on the outside of the two pots and frypan (doesn't show soot or dirt, and increases the efficiency of the stove), and a Teflon lining. The kit comes with one pot lid that fits either pot or the frypan, and the frypan can be used as a cover for the other pot if needed. The pots work very well. The frypan is serviceable, but (minor quibble) has vertical sides which aren't quite as convenient as a frypan with rounded sides.

On the first trip with the kit, the pot grabber scratched the Teflon on the inside of the pot I was using for boiling water (must have coffee in the morning).

I used the pots on another two other campouts without the pot grabber; I used a small ViseGrip pliers instead. I plan to file down the sharp corners on the pot grabber before I use it with the pots again, and I would suggest that any other purchaser do the same.

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The DuraLite Gourmet Cookset has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$44.93 - $89.95

The MSR DuraLite Gourmet Cookset is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 9, 2011 at Campmor.

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