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MSR Alpine Stowaway Pot 1.6 L

September 2, 2015 - Comment

These time-honored stainless steel backpacking pots stand up to heavy use and offer a high quality, durable option in cookware. They’re perfect for scouts and emerging campers, as well as budget-minded travelersIdeal for campers and travelers, MSR Alpine stowaway pots are easy to assemble and store inside a backpack or suitcase, since

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These time-honored stainless steel backpacking pots stand up to heavy use and offer a high quality, durable option in cookware. They’re perfect for scouts and emerging campers, as well as budget-minded travelersIdeal for campers and travelers, MSR Alpine stowaway pots are easy to assemble and store inside a backpack or suitcase, since the hinged handles take up less space than ordinary pots. Made of stainless steel, they’re built to last and withstand heavy use, and this lightweight 1.1-liter pot weighs in at just 15.5 ounces.

MSR’s Alpine Stowaway pots come in a variety of nesting sizes (sold separately).

Details
Locking feature keeps lid in place Stainless steel stands up to the elements and wear and tear Easy to assemble and store Hinged, easy-lift handle flips over fitted lid to lock it in place 1.1-liter (37.2-ounce) capacity 440-gram (15.5-ounce) weight

Lifetime Warranty
MSR products include a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

About MSR
MSR is part of a company named Cascade Designs, started by three friends and former Boeing engineers — Jim Lea, Neil Anderson, and John Burroughs — who were laid off from the aeronautics giant in 1971. Outdoor enthusiasts looking for the next great gear idea, they went on to design the world’s first self-inflating mattress, the Therm-A-Rest. Today, Cascade Designs remains a private, family-owned company that has grown to be one of the most respected outdoor manufacturers in the world.

Product Features

  • Versatile: Great for storing gear or supplies when you’re not cooking
  • Secure: Hinged, easy-lift handle flips over the fitted lid to lock it in place.
  • Weight: 9.5 oz./270 g (475ml); 13 oz./365 g (775ml); 15.5 oz./440 g (1100ml); 19.5 oz./550 g (1600ml)
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Comments

Sean P. Owens "Lupus Non Mordet Lupum" says:

Choose your size wisely! OK it looks to me like plenty of reviews on here but after reading the negative ones I had to add my two cents. 

Michael J. Elliott "Aspiring bard" says:

Great Pot, Handle Mod Makes It Perfect Just got this pot this morning, and made time to test it over fire. Works great both frying sausage and onions(I used the pot itself this morning, though I’m looking forward to trying the lid-as-frying-pan trick another reviewer posted), and boiling for the traditional ramen noodles. 

undeadmouse "undeadmouse" says:

GREAT! … and here’s a trick: use the lid as a pan! I bought the alpine stowaway in an attempt to get one just like the one a buddy had brought on our 27 day trip through the Superior Trail… His was actually the “alpine stowaway 2” which comes with another pot and a lid that can be used as a pan…. the pot lid as pan feature was what I was really interested in so I picked up the alpine stowaway and an aluminum handle similar to “msr panhandler” (you can find generic versions at some sporting good stores)…figuring that I could use the…

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