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  • Features an innovative compact silicone pot gripper that fits over 2 fingers and allows you to lift the hot pot off of a stove by pinching 2 fingers and your thumb together
  • Gripper weighs in at a mere 0.5 oz., saving weight over a standard aluminum pot gripper or integrated handle
  • Built-in magnet lets you set the gripper on a metal fuel canister (sold separately) for convenient storage while your water heats up
  • Hard-anodized Halulite alloy distributes heat evenly for fast and efficient cooking and is extremely lightweight and abrasion resistant
  • 2-way lid can be flipped over for use as either a pot top or a Sip-It lid
  • Remove the pot from the stove and put it into the removable insulating sleeve to keep water warm and protect your hands while using the Sip-It lid to enjoy a hot beverage
  • Telescoping Foon combines a fork with a spoon, thereby eliminating the need for a second utensil and saving precious weight
  • Foon collapses down to 3.8 in. and expands to 6 in.; copolyester head and acetal handle are strong, heat-resistant and dishwasher safe


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Best Use Backpacking
Dimensions 4.2 x 4.6 inches
Cookware Material Aluminum
Material(s) Hard-anodized aluminum/copolyester/acetal
Nonstick Surface No
Includes 0.6L pot; sip-it lid; tele-foon; pot gripper; cozy
Weight 6.3 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Solo backpacking set! I love my GSI halulite set! Very light weight, compact and is perfect for a solo outing. I have used mine a few times and it has worked great! It stores my 110g fuel can, my snowpeak Ti stove, gripper and foon perfectly. Even though it is only 0.6L, this set has been just fine when I am with others for boiling water for dehydrated meals for the group. We had to refill the pot a 2nd time so it wasnt the most efficient way but we didnt mind. The haullite aluminum pot is quick to heat up and boil water and also cools almost instantly when boiling water is removed. I would rate this product 4.5 stars, my only gripe is that it does not have any volume graduations.
Date published: 2014-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versatile little pot/cup I have used this for a few years. Ended up wearing out the cozy, talked to a GSI rep at the outdoor retailer show and was able to get a free replacement! I use this as my cooking pot and cup when solo backpacking and I use it as a coffee cup for other outdoor activities such as family camping and skiing. The pot works great and is easy to clean. The cozy helps me save fuel (boil my dinner and let it “simmer” in the cozy) and makes it easy to hold. The gripper is a great idea small, light, and works. As for the “foon” (aka spork)? I detest sporks, so I used it once just so I can say I did and then tossed it into my “junk” draw.
Date published: 2014-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent cookset for day hike+ From the moment I opened the box and took out the bits and pieces, I was pleased with the quality of this GSI product. My only minor complaint would be about the spork. The spork head slides in and out on the handle to minimize size. When extended, it works fine, but The groves that allow it to slide out, also have some hidden nooks and crannies that tend to hold onto small food particles. I swapped mine out with a cleanly designed and still compact, "light my fire" spork. Otherwise, a brilliant bit of kit worthy of owning.
Date published: 2013-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it While I have yet to actually use this, I am here to say the 2 cups isn't hard to measure on this like many have stated. The gripper is the 2 cup measuring tool, prior to boiling just use the gripper. 2 cups will come to just under the end of the gripper when it's on the lip of the cup. I also have the dualist and was thinking of taking a bowl as a measuring cup, until I tested this out and found that the gripper can be used for this.
Date published: 2014-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well Conceived This little pot is a great standalone for lightweight baxkpacking, or a perfect addition to a camping cookset. I use another pan for cooking and the GSI for water. In the morning I can put water on the stove/fire and the sleeve keeps it warm for coffee/tea while I cook. The little gripper that comes with it is essential to keep from burning your fingers, and I often use it with my MSR pan as well. The only thing that is odd is that the gripper seems backward (concave instead of convex) so you seem to have to reach over the pot to grip it. However, it is flexible enough to that I am able to grip on the near side of the pot (with gripper curving the opposite way of the pot) with no problem.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Light but helpful? I like to pack light and compact. I have been packing a long time and typically care about 35-40 pounds for a week. I own and use the GSI Dualist for parties of three or more, and it's great. Everything fits in there. This minimalist is a bit lass practical than they market. Yes your stove and gas should fit inside. Not here. I use the Snow Peak Giga (great stove). I think the better solution will be the GSI Soloist. Personally, when I fix a meal I like to be drinking out of a cup and cooking in another. It's just me. Keeping everything in one stuff sack is more practical for me too. GSI make great products, but I like a Ti Spork and some cut down chop stix better too.
Date published: 2011-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice little kit. Love this cookset so far, it fits nice in my Heli Pack 11L. Inside it I have a Optimus Crux stove, a 110g Jetboil fuel canister, a Jetboil fuel canister stabilizer, GSI Foon, GSI Gripper, and I still have some room for a pack towel or something like that... Everything fits together snug and does not rattle or make any noise. The only thing I wish in the future, was that they might make this a .5L version. It could be smaller! Also, wish there was measurements engraved on it somewhere...there isn't any.
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Little Cook Set This is a great cook set to go with my MSR micro rocket. All I do when I cook dinner is boil water for mountain house meals and this little pot does a great job. I really like the cozy that slips over the pot. I've found that it is much easier to pour out boiling water if you out the pot into the cozy then pour. Trying to pour while using the orange pot gripper is difficult and the steam from the pot burns your hands. The cosy also turns the pot into a cup for my morning coffee. Overall great product and it's not that expensive.
Date published: 2012-12-17
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