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  • Cookset includes 2 pots with folding handles; 1 lid; 1 plate; 1 bowl; 1 fry pan
  • Pieces store inside each other and fit easily in the included nylon carry sack
  • Stainless steel is lightweight and won't rust
  • Snow Peak Personal Cooker 3 Cookset weighs 1 lb. 4.5 oz.


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Best Use Camping
Dimensions 5.9 x 3.2
Cookware Material Stainless Steel
Material(s) Stainless steel
Nonstick Surface No
Includes 2 pots w/ folding handles; lid; plate; bowl; fry pan, storage sack
Weight 1 lb. 4.5 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A robust well sized cook kit I like this set Large enough to both cook a meal and boil water 2 pots w 2 lids1 sized lt/36 fl oz and 0.6 lt/24 fl oz and a fry pan and an insert for the small pot for baking or steaming bannock Robust but light, will take direct flame from a fire Good handles but no hanging bails Packs compactly You will need to add eating bowls inside
Date published: 2014-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a great kit Its great for 1 or 2 backpacking, its light compact, and takes a beating, I have a lot of diffrent cookware and I really like this one a lot, I used it of white gas, cartage and open fire, and holds up ya, got the usual discoloration but its cookare and has its proper nastall to it Plan on using it on some motobike trips and climbing trips, and more backpacking trips Try it out.. and the price Is right over all
Date published: 2014-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent value The set provides multiple cooking options for a very respasonable price. The only suggestion I would make would be to put volume (cups, ounces) measurements on at least one ( preferably both) of the pots.
Date published: 2015-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Versatile cook set Really nice affordable and versatile cook set. Sufficient enough to cook basic (not just heat water) meals for two people. Cooking eggs, taters, and bacon was fairly easy.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Might be big for a solo backpacker, but great if you have the space. I bought three of them, one for each of my children. They loved them and felt a sense of ownership having their own kit. Packs small and everything fits together. Scratches up when you use a metal utensil on it, but it can't stay perfect forever.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Weekend Camping and Hiking A fantastic price for this durable set of cookware. The right size for a weekend camping trip, maybe more if the food you want to cook is the right size. For the price it doesn't get too much more durable or well made than this set.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value for the number of pieces I used this backpacking. I like how the pieces nest inside one another and how easily the pots for on my little camp stove. The only downfall is the handles on the pots. I prefer the kind that latch in place.
Date published: 2016-10-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Overkill; only used "big" pot-not that big anyway I bought this to go with my white gas backpacking stove (MSR Whisperlite) that I was given, in prep for a 5-day backpacking trip. I packed a combination of self-made meals and Mountain House ready-made meals. By day 3, I realized I really only needed one pot, and mostly just to boil water. Another backpacker gave me this pro tip: if you use only dehydrated meals, empty your Mountain House packets into ziplock bags and use the MH packets (which are thermal) as your mixing pouches for any meal. The big pot *might* be big enough for a compact meal for 3, but not if you need to stir very much. The smaller pot I used once to boil more water for hot chocolate (for two), but I could have just rinsed and used the big pot as well. It was my first backpacking trip, and if I could tell myself something before I bought this, it would be: Make your life simpler and your pack lighter, and get a JetBoil and go all dehydrated meals. It's not worth the $1 you save per meal. If you do need 3 small pots, these held up just fine. Make sure you have gloves--the handles get hot and they don't lock together, so you have to get a really good grip on them.
Date published: 2015-09-03
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Hello, I'm curious about the sizes of each pots and pan in this set. Can you please list hem, thanks!

Asked by: Cadence
Dimensions -- Pot 1: diameter 5.4", height 3" Pot 2: diameter 4.75", height 2.75" Plate: diameter 5.9", height .75" Lid: diameter 4.75", height 1.2"
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-28

What are the dimensions of this when they're all nested together?

Asked by: Joey Dee
​Completely nested together, this cookset measures 6 x 3 inches.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-10

What is the volume of pots? What diameter is the skillet?

Asked by: canoecamper
The small pot will have a capacity of .8 liters (27 ounces). The large pot will hold approximately 1.1 liters (37 ounces). The frying pan has a diameter of 6 inches.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-28
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