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Sea to Summit Alpha Pot Cook Set 2.1

photo: Sea to Summit Alpha Pot Cook Set 2.1 pot/pan
Sea to Summit says:
Designed with two people in mind the Alpha 2 Pot Cook Set 2.1 is the perfect lightweight and compact cook set for creating fresh and healthy meals in the backcountry. Constructed from a hard anodized alloy the Alpha Pot is durable abrasion-resistant and very easy-to-clean. It features an innovative Pivot-Lock handle that securely locks into place during use an easy flow strainer lid and a silicone Lid Keep which hooks to the side of the pot when cooking.The space-saving Delta Light Bowls and Insulated Mugs also neatly nest inside the Alpha Pot for compact storage.FeaturesTHE SETIncludes: 1 x 1.9L Alpha Pot 2 x Delta Light Insulated Mugs 2 x Delta Light BowlsWhen folded the Pivot-Lock handle locks the lid on to the pot to contain the complete set.Delta Light ergonomically shaped bowls and mugs are made from BPA-free glass reinforced polypropylene.Delta Light dinnerware is dishwasher safe.Alpha Pot and Delta Light dinnerware have a graded volumetric scale inside.Includes dishcloth.Securely nests together at 4.7" / 120mm tall.ALPHA POTPatent-pending Pivot-Lock handle with safety lock for secure and easy operation.Easy-flow strainer lid for efficient draining.Lightweight hard anodized alloy.Large internal radius between base and sidewall makes the pot easy to clean.Textured base for better stability on camp stoves.DELTA LIGHT BOWLMinimize spills: Tall vertical side walls.The curvature of the bowls perfectly complements the Delta Spoon to scrape the edges clean.DELTA INSULATED MUGA removable insulation sleeve and easy-sip silicone lid both fold inside the mug for compact packing.Fluted ribbed walls for increased insulation when used with the sleeve and a comfortable grip when used without.


Price Current Retail: $69.95
Historic Range: $48.99-$69.95


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