GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Dualist Cookware
Don't let cumbersome cookware slow your outdoor adventures! The GSI Outdoors® Pinnacle Dualist Cookware features a compact, stackable design that condenses a complete set of cookware for easy travel. The set features a bowl/mug combo, a 1.8 liter pot with versatile lid that can double as a strainer and an innovative, welded carrying sack that can also be used as a sink in camp.
- Locking, double bail handles
- Compact design for easy travel
- Crushproof, dual purpose BPA-free resin strainer/lid fits pot
- Welded stuff sack secures set while traveling; doubles as a sink or wash basin
- Unique bowl + mug combo with insulating cup sleeve.
- 1.8 L Pot
- Strainer Lid
- Two (2) 20 fl. oz. insulated mugs with Sip-It tops
- Two (2) 20 fl. oz. bowls
- Two (2) telescoping utensils
- Stove Bag
- GSI Outdoors
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 3998013
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by owl Compact and perfect for 2 this is the perfect lightweight setup for 2 ppl on a multiple day hike. easy to clean and pack (light). Others in the group stated they would be buying the same one when they returned home. highly recommended if you are going to be remote for several days. May 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by clankyhead This product is very useful but somewhat bulky but expected I used this product when I moved from LA to CA and decided to camp in state parks mostly TX. This is very useful as well as strong. I went rough on this but the sleeve bag protects it really good and no visible damage. Also, while cooking, this stays pretty good in the mini stove I used it with. No complaints but I've used it for the trip only and camped for 5 days straight. Its good for two people but don't overfill to the top. I only fill at least half and it works fine. Follow the directions and you should be fine. May 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nightwalker Lightweight, yet versatile and handy! This set packs extremely small! And it even holds a compact stove inside if put together right. Description comes with the set. Only downside is the very thin material of the pot. It doesn't take much to bend or dent it. Yes, it is expensive, but to me, it is worth the money! August 5, 2010
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