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  • Dual purpose handle/lid lock flips up and over the fitted lid to securely lock the lid in place during transport
  • Fitted lid with a top handle
  • Scratch and dent resistant stainless steel stands up in the most rugged conditions
  • Rounded corners help heat travel up sides of pot more quickly, boosting efficiency

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Tip: Your MSR pots will be even more efficient if you allow them to blacken with use. That's because a blackened surface absorbs heat better than a light one.

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 1.1
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 37
Dimensions 7.6 x 6.6 x 3.75 inches
Cookware Material Stainless Steel
Material(s) Stainless steel
Nonstick Surface No
Includes 1.1L pot w/ handle; lid
Weight 15.5 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from tuff enough Good internal volume, what you give up in weight over titanium is easily made up for in reliability. You can cook over a stove or just stuff it in the hot coals of a fire (try that with aluminum or titanium) could serve up 3 or 4 people so that means 2 or 3 ppl don't have to carry a separate pot. Locking handle means you securely carry protected items inside when not in use to save space. Upgrade tip: handle and latch can be connected with small length of coat hanger with hooks bent into the ends and hung from tripod over your campfire with a piece of wire. no stove needed (tripod made from sticks)
Date published: 2012-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good pot I can't remember how long I've had this pot. I've been using it for two to seven day bicycle tours for a couple years now. My entire camp kitchen is comprised of this pot and a plastic spoon and fork cut off to fit inside, a stove and a folding knife. I tour solo, cook one-pot meals, and eat directly out of the pot. This size is perfect for me. I pack the stove, a bottle of iodine tablets, a lighter, and a few other essentials inside the pot. It works great, lasts a long time, and doesn't cost too much. Five stars.
Date published: 2013-10-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for an alcohol stove. Used with alcohol stove in minimal wind, temp 50 degrees, no rain. Handle and arch on lid able to be grabbed bare-handed during roaring boil (Very safe to touch). Handle was sturdy enough to pour almost a liter of water without bending or folding into other cups and bottles. Fluid does run down the side. Lid fits secure and I love the fact the handle folds over and uses a latch to close. Heat distributes well with alcohol flame, roaring boil using 670 ml of water in less than 7 minutes. Durable in back pack, I'd say you can knock a bear out cold with this bad boy if needed. I say it's an even trade taking back my trek 900 titanium cook set for better heat distribution and saving 20 bucks. I unfortunately gained 10 oz with this pot.
Date published: 2012-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome allrounder This is my one heavy piece of gear in my minimalist kit list. I know I could save 12oz if I went titanium but the benefits outweigh the negatives. First of all you can fit your MSR liquid fuel stove or a gas stove and cannister in this can plus a pan scrubber and lit my fire fire steel so you know you can light your stove and clean it. Secondly this pan is built to last, no plastic just good old stainless steel. The big plus is you can use this over an open fire and the long handle means you don't need asbestos gloves. As for cooking, this pan is wide so you get a good heat transfer and the stainless steel means you get a good even heat distribution which is great if you are actually cooking rather than boiling water for Mountain House meals. Bottom line, I have tried lighter pots but this is the one bit of kit that goes on every trip.
Date published: 2011-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stands the Test of Time I have had this pot for 15 years. I bring it on every trip I go - backpacking, car camping, beach, kayaking. I've had the same MSR Whisperlight during this entire time as well - which fits perfectly inside the pot. Never had a problem, it is still going strong, having racked up over 2 dozen backpacking trips in all kinds of conditions. The handle and interlocking lid are ingenius. Two cons: It's a bit heavy. Stainless steel ain't titanium. And water drips off the bottom when pouring - it took me awhile to learn how to pour without losing half the water on the ground, but after all these trips, I have mastered the art of the pour. But, considering all the "pros", i will live with the extra weight and pouring issues. There is a reason they have not changed the design in almost 20 years... Highly recommended if you want durability and convenience.
Date published: 2010-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Way better than thin, light weighted pan I had the most expensive, light weighted pot/pan that costed more than $50. I just absolutely hated because the food stuck to pan like tar and was very difficult to clean. Thus, the material is very thin and light weighted. I returned it for MSR 1100 ml pot. I love it but slightly heavy. However, the food doesn't burnt like the thin, expensive pot. Cleaning was easy at cease. I never cook food on high. I cook it low to medium for food. The metal is thick and very strong that the heat evens the bottom pot. I only cook high for boiling hot water. What I love about this pot is the clamp. I can store my light weighted burner, gas canister, and other small items. Basically, all my little kitchen items are in that pot. I'm very organized- freak and compact. I pick 1100 ml which is perfect for two people meals and drink. You will not regret it and will understand once you use it. You will not go back to expensive, light weighted pot/pan.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great but could be better I really like these pots compared to any other backpacking/camping pots I've seen. I love that the lid locks on and the shiny stainless steel. I own the 475mL and 1100mL sizes. The 475mL will fit a small msr isopro canister (which I use with a pocket rocket) and lighter inside which makes my solo cook system very small. For multiple people, melting snow, and other big jobs, I use the 1100mL which happens to just fit my whisperlite, wind shield, lighter, and a paper towel (to clean the soot from the whisperlite). Now, here's how these pots could be improved to what I would consider absolutely perfect. (1) Notch to help pour water. At any size, pouring a full pot means the water is definitely going to dribble down the side instead of pouring into a nice arc. I've gotten used to this and can pour with minimal spilling, but I've also certainly looked with envy at my friends' pots that have a pour notch. (2) Stamped volume lines. Then I'd know exactly how much water I'm boiling for my dehydrated meal instead of guessing, which typically leads to boiling too much water.
Date published: 2014-08-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love it-wish it had more features! I've had the 1.1L pot for years. I've loved it and used if for hundreds of nights out; however.... I've always wished it had a pour spout/lip, volume lines, and a some kind of better locking mechanism to pour when gripping the handle. The handle 'clips' of the lips of the pot, and after some use, they don't stay clipped in anymore (even after trying to widen them). These are my only arguements against buying another- I wish MSR would incorporate these into the pot. I've been looking into others to try an get exactly what i want. This pot can be used with any stove, as well as placed into a fire, like quick dutch oven. The lid does well at keeping ash, dust, debris out while boiling/cooking. For two person use, I use the lid upside down as a plate. if you put the handle through the lid handle, the lip of the lid will sit against the pot in an almost locked state.
Date published: 2016-07-05
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What is the bottom diameter of this pot? Will it work with the MSR pocket rocket?

Asked by: gogo
The diameter of this pot is 6.5 inches. The MSR PocketRocket will nest inside.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-11

What is the weight of this pot without the lid?

Asked by: Hannah
​The pot weighs 10.9 oz. without the lid.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-24

Is the handle removable?

Asked by: Guenn
No, the handle is not removable.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-30
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from tuff enough Good internal volume, what you give up in weight over titanium is easily made up for in reliability. You can cook over a stove or just stuff it in the hot coals of a fire (try that with aluminum or titanium) could serve up 3 or 4 people so that means 2 or 3 ppl don't have to carry a separate pot. Locking handle means you securely carry protected items inside when not in use to save space. Upgrade tip: handle and latch can be connected with small length of coat hanger with hooks bent into the ends and hung from tripod over your campfire with a piece of wire. no stove needed (tripod made from sticks)
Date published: 2012-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good pot I can't remember how long I've had this pot. I've been using it for two to seven day bicycle tours for a couple years now. My entire camp kitchen is comprised of this pot and a plastic spoon and fork cut off to fit inside, a stove and a folding knife. I tour solo, cook one-pot meals, and eat directly out of the pot. This size is perfect for me. I pack the stove, a bottle of iodine tablets, a lighter, and a few other essentials inside the pot. It works great, lasts a long time, and doesn't cost too much. Five stars.
Date published: 2013-10-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for an alcohol stove. Used with alcohol stove in minimal wind, temp 50 degrees, no rain. Handle and arch on lid able to be grabbed bare-handed during roaring boil (Very safe to touch). Handle was sturdy enough to pour almost a liter of water without bending or folding into other cups and bottles. Fluid does run down the side. Lid fits secure and I love the fact the handle folds over and uses a latch to close. Heat distributes well with alcohol flame, roaring boil using 670 ml of water in less than 7 minutes. Durable in back pack, I'd say you can knock a bear out cold with this bad boy if needed. I say it's an even trade taking back my trek 900 titanium cook set for better heat distribution and saving 20 bucks. I unfortunately gained 10 oz with this pot.
Date published: 2012-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome allrounder This is my one heavy piece of gear in my minimalist kit list. I know I could save 12oz if I went titanium but the benefits outweigh the negatives. First of all you can fit your MSR liquid fuel stove or a gas stove and cannister in this can plus a pan scrubber and lit my fire fire steel so you know you can light your stove and clean it. Secondly this pan is built to last, no plastic just good old stainless steel. The big plus is you can use this over an open fire and the long handle means you don't need asbestos gloves. As for cooking, this pan is wide so you get a good heat transfer and the stainless steel means you get a good even heat distribution which is great if you are actually cooking rather than boiling water for Mountain House meals. Bottom line, I have tried lighter pots but this is the one bit of kit that goes on every trip.
Date published: 2011-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stands the Test of Time I have had this pot for 15 years. I bring it on every trip I go - backpacking, car camping, beach, kayaking. I've had the same MSR Whisperlight during this entire time as well - which fits perfectly inside the pot. Never had a problem, it is still going strong, having racked up over 2 dozen backpacking trips in all kinds of conditions. The handle and interlocking lid are ingenius. Two cons: It's a bit heavy. Stainless steel ain't titanium. And water drips off the bottom when pouring - it took me awhile to learn how to pour without losing half the water on the ground, but after all these trips, I have mastered the art of the pour. But, considering all the "pros", i will live with the extra weight and pouring issues. There is a reason they have not changed the design in almost 20 years... Highly recommended if you want durability and convenience.
Date published: 2010-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Way better than thin, light weighted pan I had the most expensive, light weighted pot/pan that costed more than $50. I just absolutely hated because the food stuck to pan like tar and was very difficult to clean. Thus, the material is very thin and light weighted. I returned it for MSR 1100 ml pot. I love it but slightly heavy. However, the food doesn't burnt like the thin, expensive pot. Cleaning was easy at cease. I never cook food on high. I cook it low to medium for food. The metal is thick and very strong that the heat evens the bottom pot. I only cook high for boiling hot water. What I love about this pot is the clamp. I can store my light weighted burner, gas canister, and other small items. Basically, all my little kitchen items are in that pot. I'm very organized- freak and compact. I pick 1100 ml which is perfect for two people meals and drink. You will not regret it and will understand once you use it. You will not go back to expensive, light weighted pot/pan.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great but could be better I really like these pots compared to any other backpacking/camping pots I've seen. I love that the lid locks on and the shiny stainless steel. I own the 475mL and 1100mL sizes. The 475mL will fit a small msr isopro canister (which I use with a pocket rocket) and lighter inside which makes my solo cook system very small. For multiple people, melting snow, and other big jobs, I use the 1100mL which happens to just fit my whisperlite, wind shield, lighter, and a paper towel (to clean the soot from the whisperlite). Now, here's how these pots could be improved to what I would consider absolutely perfect. (1) Notch to help pour water. At any size, pouring a full pot means the water is definitely going to dribble down the side instead of pouring into a nice arc. I've gotten used to this and can pour with minimal spilling, but I've also certainly looked with envy at my friends' pots that have a pour notch. (2) Stamped volume lines. Then I'd know exactly how much water I'm boiling for my dehydrated meal instead of guessing, which typically leads to boiling too much water.
Date published: 2014-08-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love it-wish it had more features! I've had the 1.1L pot for years. I've loved it and used if for hundreds of nights out; however.... I've always wished it had a pour spout/lip, volume lines, and a some kind of better locking mechanism to pour when gripping the handle. The handle 'clips' of the lips of the pot, and after some use, they don't stay clipped in anymore (even after trying to widen them). These are my only arguements against buying another- I wish MSR would incorporate these into the pot. I've been looking into others to try an get exactly what i want. This pot can be used with any stove, as well as placed into a fire, like quick dutch oven. The lid does well at keeping ash, dust, debris out while boiling/cooking. For two person use, I use the lid upside down as a plate. if you put the handle through the lid handle, the lip of the lid will sit against the pot in an almost locked state.
Date published: 2016-07-05
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Questions & Answers

What is the bottom diameter of this pot? Will it work with the MSR pocket rocket?

Asked by: gogo
The diameter of this pot is 6.5 inches. The MSR PocketRocket will nest inside.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-11

What is the weight of this pot without the lid?

Asked by: Hannah
​The pot weighs 10.9 oz. without the lid.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-24

Is the handle removable?

Asked by: Guenn
No, the handle is not removable.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-30
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