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Stanley Adventure Full Kitchen Base Camp Cook Set

rated 5.0 of 5 stars
photo: Stanley Adventure Full Kitchen Base Camp Cook Set pot/pan


Price MSRP: $90.00
Current Retail: $80.00-$90.00
Historic Range: $39.93-$90.00
Reviewers Paid: $65.00
Weight 5.7 lb.
Dimensions 11.06L x 6.1W x 10.9H in
Materials 18/8 stainless steel, BPA-free
21-piece set includes [1] 18/8 stainless steel pot (3.7 qt / 3.5 L) / [1] Vented lid / [1] 3-ply frying pan holds 32 oz / .94 L / [1] Cutting board / [1] Spatula with extending handle / [1] Serving spoon with extending handle / [4] Plates (6 in / 15.2 cm diameter) / [4] Bowls (22 oz / .65 L) / [4] Sporks / [1] Dish drying rack / [1] Trivet / [1] Locking bungee


1 review
5-star:   1
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Cookware that will survive the base camp and provide a group or individual cooking experience.


  • It has all you need for 4 people and enough cooking options for even larger groups.
  • Stacking system makes easy transport
  • Stainless steel construction will stand up to harsh conditions.


  • Heavy for hiking or outback trips
  • The plates are a bit small


the cook system all out 



Used this system on the last two trips to MN camping and it worked out wonderful. It is large enough for 4 or more but compact for easy packing.
Easy to clean, easy to haul, and will stand the abuse and of camping in the great outdoors.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $65


Thanks for the recommendation, Cedar Journal.

13 days ago
Michael -Survival Intuition

Stanley 1913 is one of those companies like Coleman, that has great products and superb customer service, and an iron clad warranty. I own several of their products and was very pleased with their quality. My Food Jar / Thermos for example truly does keep food and drink hot for over 15 hours. You have a good product there CJ

12 days ago
The Cedar Journal

Michael- I have to agree, these products have stood the test of time and as we also own several of the products from both Stanley and Coleman they are well worth the money! Not always handy in light backpacking or canoe trips but for all around purchase of once and use for years it is better to purchase quality from the start. Thanks for adding your comments to my review.

12 days ago
Michael -Survival Intuition

Agreed, neither Coleman nor Stanley are those ultra lightweight, but they are built to last a lifetime. The thermos for example states that they have been dropped 4000 ft & hit with a bullet and still functional. Now that is quality workmanship... and i forgot to mention this in previous post, nice review Cedar

12 days ago

Not light, but certainly very functional. I've used this kit for a few years now (since it came out?). The skillet is really a very good tool, the heat transfer is really good, kitchen quality (I am not throwing that out there - been trained a bit in cooking. The skillet is a cut above with its cladding, good heat management). Used pretty much the entire kit, all very useful and packs well for base camp. Thanks for the review.

11 days ago

We'd love to read your review of this Stanley set as well, chadwick404!

11 days ago

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