Comprehensive set that includes uncoated and nonstick pots plus 2 plates and 2 mugs. Durable, hard anodized construction is lightweight yet made to last. Components nest together for easy transport.
Pricey. Nonstick coating may flake off over time. A few reports of rust.
In addition to 2 aluminum nonstick pots, this set includes a camp stove, spork, cleaning cloth, and storage bag. Handles on the pots fold so they aren't in the way during transport. Inexpensive.
While the stove can be unreliable, the well-made pots make this set worth the low price.
Impressive Dutch oven holds up to 6 quarts of food and is made of cast iron that will last a lifetime. Arrives pre-seasoned. A well-fitting lid, carrying handle, and sturdy legs round out its feature set.
Quality control could be better, as a few pots arrived with flaws. Challenging to clean; heavy.
Made of titanium that's both lightweight and strong. Holds 750 milliliters (25.4 ounces) of food or water—enough for several campers. Easy to nest with other camp cooking essentials.
Handles and lid feel somewhat flimsy. Difficult to clean, as food tends to stick to the bottom.
Durable 3-ply fry pan holds as much as 32 ounces of food. Includes items needed to prepare and serve food, including 2 plates, 2 sporks, a lid, trivet, cutting board, and spatula. Lifetime warranty.
Some quality control issues noted, including lids that didn't fit properly.
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