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  • Cookset includes a 24-fl.-oz. stainless-steel, single-wall pot and two 10-fl.-oz. insulated plastic cups; cups stow inside pot
  • Pot is made from 18/8 single-wall stainless steel; rustproof and naturally BPA free
  • 2-position handle on pot extends for cooking and locks in place; handle folds to save space when not in use
  • Vented lid lets steam escape while cooking
  • Dishwasher safe

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 0.7 liters
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 24 fluid ounces
Dimensions 4.3 x 4 x 5.8 inches
Cookware Material Stainless Steel
Material(s) Polypropylene/stainless steel
Nonstick Surface No
Includes 24 fl. oz. pot with lid; 2 insulated cups
Weight 14.1 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A real weight saver I found this on the shelf at my local discount retailer at an irresistible price. So I picked it up to cut weight in my pack. I'm retiring a vintage 1980's stove and cook set that weight in at several pounds all together. This Stanley pot and cups works great when paired with my just-built alcohol fired soda can stove -- the stove fits right into the pot along with the cups. My bag is now pounds lighter. My only complaint so far is the pot inside diameter could be a smidgen larger -- its little tight for large hands to wash. I'm also wondering if the steel should be a wee thicker to avoid denting it easily; time will tell. I'll also need to fabricate a pot cozy.
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact goodness The small nature of this product makes taking it anywhere extremely easy. Throw it in the water bottle pouch on your pack, or in the cooler to tote along cookware without taking up too much extra space. With two cup/bowls inside, its great for adventuring with a buddy as well!
Date published: 2015-11-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome cookset for us My wife and I invested in one of these at a local sports retailer with a modest camping section 2 1/2 years ago for our first camping and backpacking adventures. Since then, we've spent ridiculous amounts on the lightest packs, tents, sleeping bags and pads, even a new titanium cookset. You know what we never ditched? this. We even bought a second. Sure it weighs a few ounces more than my titanium cookset. but not much. and that doesnt come with these awesome cups we use for everything from coffee, to hot cocoa, to wine, to water.. so easy to clean, and also it is actually campfire friendly for car camping. we've it them for both, and it's a staple in our backpack. usually the titanium stuff ends up left at home unless im going out solo and my other pot holds my stove and canister, only cause its wider. as a couple on the trail, this thing is our favorite cookset. go stanley!
Date published: 2015-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from multi-functional cookset I blew right past the more expensive, lighter-weight, titanium cook sets when I bought this set about a year ago. At the time I was looking for an inexpensive, simple means of boiling water for coffee and oatmeal for an overnighter I was going on the next day. Even though my packing skills (i.e. gear) have improved since then, I think that I would still buy this set again for a number of reasons. The first is that I really like the tall/narrow profile of this set. It is indeed limiting in what it will allow you to cook on the trail, but as long as your needs are simple, I find that it is much easier for me to pack than some of the shorter/wider pots available. I normally stash this set in an easy-to-get-to water bottle pocket on my backpack, as an example. Secondly, I really like the cups that come with the set, and even more the fact that two cups are even included. I understand that these cups would be a source of complaint for many backpackers as they are heavy and add about 6 ounces to your load, but they are insulated, don't scotch my lips, and they nest inside the pot with room to spare for my Gigapower stove (in it's case, even!). If I were going truly ultralight I know that I would probably be eating and drinking out of the same pot in which I would be cooking/boiling water, but having the extra cups makes sharing easier if you are hiking with a companion. Also, for me, the added weight is offset by the space savings from not having to pack a separate mug or bowl. So far, I have primarily used this set for boiling water and making soup on the trail. The strainer lid feature means that I have found that this thing can make a really good cup of coffee. Instructions: Boil water in pot, let sit for one minute, add *coarse* ground coffee, stir and let sit for another 4-5 minutes. Fold handle back over the top of the pot to hold the lid in place, then slowly pour coffee through the strainer lid. Pour too fast and you might get some extra grounds in your cup. In sum, this is a great set, especially for the price. It is made out of medium gauge stainless steel, which means more weight in your pack, but greater durability, and also better heat retention than aluminum or titanium. This, along with my Estwing Sportsman's Axe is one of the few comforts that I'll take on the trail despite its heavier weight.
Date published: 2014-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely perfect... ...once I made one small modification. I dremeled an additional placement in the latching mechanisms to hold the handle above the cookpot as a bail, and now it works well over a campfire, too! Everything else is awesome, the built-in measuring markers, solid construction, perfect size and weight for long trips. I take it every time I go out.
Date published: 2015-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Kit I bought this a few years ago at Target for camping. Later that fall I went up onto my property in the wood to camp out for a few days. Lived out of my backpack and used my camp cook set for four days. I made my coffee and heated up the water for my dehydrated foods and soups. My friends that went with me laughed at me, but when they seen the easy use i had. They asked where they can get one. I have used this set many of times at home and when i went camping, and i'm proud to use it never has failed me.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Two things would make it perfect I have been using this set for a couple years now an absolutely love it. Yes, there are lighter cookpots out there, but they are not as functional, or durable. Titanium flexes too much and gives food an odd taste in my opinion. I prefer good old fashionable stainless steel. Some of my buddies have this set and ditch one cup to save weight. I still carry both because i want my codde and oatmeal together. As i said two things would make this set perfect. I've heard of people buying a cheapo french press, and using just the filer and plunger with the pot, so there is no need to bring a seperate french press. Also a lid for the cups would be great for keeping the morning cup of joe piping hot. I have yet to find a lid or french press filter and plunger that will work with this set. Stanley would be dominiating the market if they upgraded this for a version 2.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! I bought this pot about 4 years ago and it has become an essential piece of gear when hunting/fishing/camping. My one and only complaint is the plastic tab on the lid, which has melted slightly. I mostly use this pot over open flame and it preforms flawlessly.
Date published: 2016-10-02
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How many ounces does one of the cups weigh?

Asked by: cully40
​Each cup weighs approximately 2.8 oz.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-26

The description says the pot is stainless steel and therefore BPA free. Are the mugs BPA free as well?

Asked by: Dtmeyers
​The two cups included with the Adventure Camp Cookset are BPA free.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-18

Can I cook with this over coals from my camp fire ? 

Asked by: Jlejet
We do not recommend using this cook set over coals or over a fire. It is designed to be used over a stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-13

What kind of plastic are the cups made of? (Recycling number . . .???)

Asked by: Maggieand
​The plastic material on the lid handle and cups were made of Polypropylene (PP) and has a resin identification code of #5.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-17

What would be the best cook stove to use for this set ?

Asked by: Natalie
This cook set can be used with a variety of stoves, so choosing the best may just be a matter of your personal preferences. This article may be helpful when choosing a stove: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/backpacking-stove.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-24
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A real weight saver I found this on the shelf at my local discount retailer at an irresistible price. So I picked it up to cut weight in my pack. I'm retiring a vintage 1980's stove and cook set that weight in at several pounds all together. This Stanley pot and cups works great when paired with my just-built alcohol fired soda can stove -- the stove fits right into the pot along with the cups. My bag is now pounds lighter. My only complaint so far is the pot inside diameter could be a smidgen larger -- its little tight for large hands to wash. I'm also wondering if the steel should be a wee thicker to avoid denting it easily; time will tell. I'll also need to fabricate a pot cozy.
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact goodness The small nature of this product makes taking it anywhere extremely easy. Throw it in the water bottle pouch on your pack, or in the cooler to tote along cookware without taking up too much extra space. With two cup/bowls inside, its great for adventuring with a buddy as well!
Date published: 2015-11-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome cookset for us My wife and I invested in one of these at a local sports retailer with a modest camping section 2 1/2 years ago for our first camping and backpacking adventures. Since then, we've spent ridiculous amounts on the lightest packs, tents, sleeping bags and pads, even a new titanium cookset. You know what we never ditched? this. We even bought a second. Sure it weighs a few ounces more than my titanium cookset. but not much. and that doesnt come with these awesome cups we use for everything from coffee, to hot cocoa, to wine, to water.. so easy to clean, and also it is actually campfire friendly for car camping. we've it them for both, and it's a staple in our backpack. usually the titanium stuff ends up left at home unless im going out solo and my other pot holds my stove and canister, only cause its wider. as a couple on the trail, this thing is our favorite cookset. go stanley!
Date published: 2015-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from multi-functional cookset I blew right past the more expensive, lighter-weight, titanium cook sets when I bought this set about a year ago. At the time I was looking for an inexpensive, simple means of boiling water for coffee and oatmeal for an overnighter I was going on the next day. Even though my packing skills (i.e. gear) have improved since then, I think that I would still buy this set again for a number of reasons. The first is that I really like the tall/narrow profile of this set. It is indeed limiting in what it will allow you to cook on the trail, but as long as your needs are simple, I find that it is much easier for me to pack than some of the shorter/wider pots available. I normally stash this set in an easy-to-get-to water bottle pocket on my backpack, as an example. Secondly, I really like the cups that come with the set, and even more the fact that two cups are even included. I understand that these cups would be a source of complaint for many backpackers as they are heavy and add about 6 ounces to your load, but they are insulated, don't scotch my lips, and they nest inside the pot with room to spare for my Gigapower stove (in it's case, even!). If I were going truly ultralight I know that I would probably be eating and drinking out of the same pot in which I would be cooking/boiling water, but having the extra cups makes sharing easier if you are hiking with a companion. Also, for me, the added weight is offset by the space savings from not having to pack a separate mug or bowl. So far, I have primarily used this set for boiling water and making soup on the trail. The strainer lid feature means that I have found that this thing can make a really good cup of coffee. Instructions: Boil water in pot, let sit for one minute, add *coarse* ground coffee, stir and let sit for another 4-5 minutes. Fold handle back over the top of the pot to hold the lid in place, then slowly pour coffee through the strainer lid. Pour too fast and you might get some extra grounds in your cup. In sum, this is a great set, especially for the price. It is made out of medium gauge stainless steel, which means more weight in your pack, but greater durability, and also better heat retention than aluminum or titanium. This, along with my Estwing Sportsman's Axe is one of the few comforts that I'll take on the trail despite its heavier weight.
Date published: 2014-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely perfect... ...once I made one small modification. I dremeled an additional placement in the latching mechanisms to hold the handle above the cookpot as a bail, and now it works well over a campfire, too! Everything else is awesome, the built-in measuring markers, solid construction, perfect size and weight for long trips. I take it every time I go out.
Date published: 2015-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Kit I bought this a few years ago at Target for camping. Later that fall I went up onto my property in the wood to camp out for a few days. Lived out of my backpack and used my camp cook set for four days. I made my coffee and heated up the water for my dehydrated foods and soups. My friends that went with me laughed at me, but when they seen the easy use i had. They asked where they can get one. I have used this set many of times at home and when i went camping, and i'm proud to use it never has failed me.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Two things would make it perfect I have been using this set for a couple years now an absolutely love it. Yes, there are lighter cookpots out there, but they are not as functional, or durable. Titanium flexes too much and gives food an odd taste in my opinion. I prefer good old fashionable stainless steel. Some of my buddies have this set and ditch one cup to save weight. I still carry both because i want my codde and oatmeal together. As i said two things would make this set perfect. I've heard of people buying a cheapo french press, and using just the filer and plunger with the pot, so there is no need to bring a seperate french press. Also a lid for the cups would be great for keeping the morning cup of joe piping hot. I have yet to find a lid or french press filter and plunger that will work with this set. Stanley would be dominiating the market if they upgraded this for a version 2.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! I bought this pot about 4 years ago and it has become an essential piece of gear when hunting/fishing/camping. My one and only complaint is the plastic tab on the lid, which has melted slightly. I mostly use this pot over open flame and it preforms flawlessly.
Date published: 2016-10-02
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Questions & Answers

How many ounces does one of the cups weigh?

Asked by: cully40
​Each cup weighs approximately 2.8 oz.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-26

The description says the pot is stainless steel and therefore BPA free. Are the mugs BPA free as well?

Asked by: Dtmeyers
​The two cups included with the Adventure Camp Cookset are BPA free.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-18

Can I cook with this over coals from my camp fire ? 

Asked by: Jlejet
We do not recommend using this cook set over coals or over a fire. It is designed to be used over a stove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-13

What kind of plastic are the cups made of? (Recycling number . . .???)

Asked by: Maggieand
​The plastic material on the lid handle and cups were made of Polypropylene (PP) and has a resin identification code of #5.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-17

What would be the best cook stove to use for this set ?

Asked by: Natalie
This cook set can be used with a variety of stoves, so choosing the best may just be a matter of your personal preferences. This article may be helpful when choosing a stove: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/backpacking-stove.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-24
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