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Optimus Crux Lite with Tera Solo cook Set

October 1, 2015 - Comment

The smallest, most ultra light 3-piece Cook System combines the Crux Lite stove and Solo Cook Set. Set includes: Crux Lite stove (72 g/2.5 oz), 0.6 L (hard anodized aluminum) saucepan with pouring lip and measuring marks (mL and oz), fry pan that doubles as a lid, mesh storage bag and nylon

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(as of July 22, 2017 10:30 am UTC - Details)
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The smallest, most ultra light 3-piece Cook System combines the Crux Lite stove and Solo Cook Set. Set includes: Crux Lite stove (72 g/2.5 oz), 0.6 L (hard anodized aluminum) saucepan with pouring lip and measuring marks (mL and oz), fry pan that doubles as a lid, mesh storage bag and nylon storage bag to store Crux Lite stove. Note: When traveling, the set also offers ample space for a 110 g/4 oz gas cartridge and Optimus Folding Spork (not included).

Product Features

  • Perfect cook system when ultralight and small size are critical
  • Total kit weight = 238g / 8.1oz
  • Smallest cook system available
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Comments

Bill Flynn says:

Good but with some catches Ok so I bought this trying to replace the outdated pans and outdated stove I have. Here is what I have realized so far. 

B. Blackmon says:

Best addition to my gear for work! My wife bought this for me as an early birthday gift. I took it to work today to test out. I had some pinto beans and ham left over and heated it up in the pot. It worked great! It was a cold day on the range and the beans & ham got hot really fast (about 2-3 min.). The pot kept the beans hot for a good while. The beans on top wold get a little cool, so I stired them. The pot would remine hot on the bottom and kept the beans really hot. Overall my first impression of this kit is great. This is…

Amazoncustomer says:

Overall a good value. As some other users stated, the adjustment on the stove is a bit touchy and requires your attention to be on it (I had to turn up the gas to maintain a steady flame probably 2 – 3 times when boiling a cup of water, and it was about 60 degrees Fahrenheit out) But overall this was not a big deal to me seeing as though you never leave a camp stove burning and walk away anyway. And the price is great, overall a good value and I am happy. I would buy it again if need be.

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