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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect size for solo or for two The size is great and the packing possibilities are great. Performs well over all. Works great for two people eating dehydrated meals and great for solo trips as well. The size is just right for my needs. The pot is lite and the packing possibilities are awesome. The size allows you to store more items within the pot and the netted bag it comes with. Works great over a stove or directly on coals or close to a fire. I love the material the pot is made of. For some reason it starts making a sorta hissing noise when the water is close to boiling in a stove or fire coals. I’ll be picking up another for my wife’s pack. -Stilts
Date published: 2017-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great addition to my cook set Great product. A little heavier than the Snow Peak cook pot, but the cool rubberized handle and teflon coating are really nice. This pot holds a MSR pocket rocket stove and a fuel canister or a MSR pocket rocket stove and a Snow Peak 450 mug inside.
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my many needs and environments I use this daily to boil my coffee in the morning in an array of environments from the house to the peak. This is my third pot that I have used and it is the best by far. Everything fits neatly into the pot and the pot heats very efficiently. I'm really happy with this choice.
Date published: 2016-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Solution for Two People I recently needed a bigger pot because we need to heat water for two of us now. I've always been disappointed with titanium because it doesn't heat evenly, scorching the area above the flame, especially on a stove with a narrow flame. Aluminum disperses the heat much more evenly, which is important for those times when you are actually cooking and not just boiling water. For swift and even heating, I am willing to accept the slight weight penalty (about 2 ounces for equivalently sized aluminum versus titanium pots). In addition, this GSI pot is half or less of the price of an equivalently sized titanium pot. In my backpack, I like this pot a lot. It holds a 4-ounce gas canister wrapped in a microfiber towel, a folding canister base, a small piece of plastic scrubber, a mini Bic lighter, and my stove all with the lid securely fastened. (With an 8-oz gas canister inside, my stove will not fit, but everything else will). Speaking of the lid, I could fashion one out of aluminum foil, but I'm not a gram counter and this lid does double duty by keeping everything securely inside. For me, it's weight well worth carrying. In use, I like this pot a lot. The folding handle, which serves to hold the lid closed in the pack, locks in place and is extremely sturdy, even with a full pot of boiling water. The plastic coating on the handle and the pot lid handle mean that I don't have to remember to bring a bandana to the cooking party so that I can grasp and pour from the hot pot. And the size is perfect for two people, holding a full liter of water comfortably. Pros: smooth even heating, inexpensive, brilliantly engineered, sturdy, perfect for two people. Cons: very slight weight penalty versus titanium, a bit large for one person.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little pot! I love this pot. My hiking companion was so impressed he went and bought one too. I love that it holds my fuel canister & pocket rocket 2 inside. The foldable handle and mesh bag make it secure and easy to carry.
Date published: 2017-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight, durable, affordable This thing is a champ. It heats evenly, stows neatly, and perfectly fits a GSI deep bowl with a medium fuel can, spices and scraper. I use this with an MSR Pocketrocket, which has a very narrow flame, but I've found that it heats surprisingly evenly due to the aluminum construction.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GSI boiler = Great product! Great boiler! It's lightweight and boils water very quick! I have the 1.1 liter and my 230g fuel canister fits just fine inside. Love this product!
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than the cup I use bottles for water instead of Platypus, and this is great for storing your entire cooking items (stove, lighters, matches, 1 fuel canister plus room for extras). I can soak my oatmeal overnight in my bear canister or hung from a tree while clamped shut and give it a quick heat in the morning. Saves time and packs up nicely. Isn't too large and sits just fine on the rocket stove, holds a lot more product than the standard sized cup so you can make a hot beverage and a meal in a single boil.
Date published: 2017-09-11
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Questions & Answers

Will the GSI Halulite Minimalist pot fit inside the GSI Halulite Boiler Pot (1.1 Liter)?

Asked by: Happy Camper
YES - you can nest the Minimalist inside the Boiler Pot, but only if you remove the Boiler Pot lid. The lid can be placed in the bottom of the stuff sack.
Answered by: Happy Camper
Date published: 2017-09-23

Are there fluid ounce, milliliter or cup measurements marked on the inside of the pot?

Asked by: Greenhead
There are markings on the pot.  You can even see them in one of the reviewr's pictures.  
Answered by: knl2stl
Date published: 2017-08-22

Does the pot have "ridges" where it sits on the stove?  My current pot slides off of the pocket rocket.

Asked by: griffincnotrees
No, the bottom of the pot is smooth. Ensure that you're stove and canister are sitting as level as possible.
Answered by: handcuffcharlie
Date published: 2017-08-22

Does the handle get hot?  Or does the coating on the handle insulate it?  I have had trouble with the pots I've used, the handles get too hot.  How does this one compare?

Asked by: cedenu24
The coating does pretty well at insulating. I didn't find that the handle was ever too hot. 
Answered by: eeelsmo
Date published: 2017-08-22

Can this pot be used with an alcohol or esbit stove? How about wood stoves? thanks. 

Asked by: Bfunk
I have used the boiler with alcohol and over and open fire. It is discolored and has some soot stuck to it but still functional. Use over a fire at your own risk. 
Answered by: dave
Date published: 2017-08-22

It is possible to clean this pot with Scotch Brite or in the Dishwasher?

Asked by: Liran
​GSI Outdoors suggests to hand wash with soapy water. It is safe to use Scotch Brite pads.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2018-01-03

Does that handle fold up to conserve space?

Asked by: boenig787
Yes, the handle folds back over the top of the pot and snaps into place to keep the lid on with gas canister (220g), stove (MSR Pocket Rocket or some others), and some small items.
Answered by: memathews
Date published: 2017-08-22

Does the top screw on?

Asked by: mhall520
​The lid for the Halulite 1.1-Liter Boiler Pot does not screw on.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-16
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