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  • A cookset can be the bulkiest and most awkward item to fit into your pack—not with the X-Set 21!
  • X-Pot combines the heat-distribution of aluminum with the flexibility of silicone for great cooking performance and amazing space savings
  • Lightweight and durable 6063-T6, hard-anodized aluminum base allows a fast boil time and the tall silicone walls make stirring easy
  • X-Pot has a 1.4-liter (47.3 fl. oz.) volume that's perfect for cooking a meal for 1 - 2 campers
  • Food-grade, heat-resistant silicone walls with stainless-steel ring embedded in the rim
  • Translucent lid gives visibility to what's cooking and has a handy built-in strainer
  • 2 ribbed silicone handles lock onto the lid to secure the X-Pot during transport
  • The X-Mug and X-Bowl nest inside the X-Pot to create a compact cookset; other X-products (not included) will also fit inside the X-Pot
  • For use on a backpacking or camping stove only; not for use on a campfire or open flame
  • Hand wash only; do not wash in a dishwasher
  • The silicone handles on the X-Pot are designed to secure the lid to the pot only during transport; attaching them to the lid during cooking will cause damage to the lid


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Best Use Backpacking
Liquid Capacity (L) 1.4 liters
Liquid Capacity (fl. oz.) 47.3 fluid ounces
Dimensions 7.25 x 2.5 inches
Cookware Material Silicone / Aluminum
Material(s) Silicone
Nonstick Surface No
Includes 1.4L Pot with lid; 1 X-Bowl; 1 X-Mug
Weight 14.5 ounces
Collapsible Yes
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny! Wished I had a month earlier. I have always wanted this set, but held off for the cost. My son has severe allergies and we went to Boundary Waters with his troop in July. He needed a separate cook set from the crew and the outfitters gave us 20 pounds of equipment we didn't need. This wonderful set has the 3 things all campers need: LIGHTWEIGHT pot, bowl and cup. Add a single burner stove and spoon- Voila!! Love love love Sea to Summit. Going to fill St. Nicholas stockings and Easter baskets with them! Don't be cheap and carry more weight than necessary. On to Philmont in 2017!
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sea to Summit X-Set 21 Cookset Review This is such an innovative product that functions really well. Obviously you can go lighter with an all aluminum or titanium cook set but they're just so bulky. I really don't mind the extra bit of weight for the trade off to slim down my pack. The pot is great when backpacking with other people as one pot can boil enough water for two dehydrated meals. Would like to get the kettle as well for when I'm solo. I use a MSR Pocket Rocket and the pot rest on top with no issues. The measuring lines on both the cup and pot are very legible and helpful.
Date published: 2016-04-09
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Can you boil water in this with the lid on, and then put the dried food into the pot with the lid on creating an airtight seal like the bags do with the ziploc?  I would like to use bulk freeze dried food tbus no bag to cook the food in.  

Asked by: jl82
The lid doubles as a strainer, so it does not provide an air tight seal since it has holes in the lid.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-29
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