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GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist Backpacking Cookware Set Item # GSI30201
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GSI Outdoors has revolutionized backcountry cooking with its solution-based nesting cook sets. With the unveiling of the Halulite Minimalist, even the most finicky of ounce-counters no longer has to skimp on performance.
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GSI Outdoors has revolutionized backcountry cooking with its solution-based nesting cook sets. With the unveiling of the Halulite Minimalist, even the most finicky of ounce-counters no longer has to skimp on performance.

Weighing a mere 5 ounces, the Halulite Minimalist cook set includes everything needed for thru-hikers, fast-packing alpinists or bike tourers. The entire system nests into an integrated unit that measures just 4.2" x 4.2" x 4.6" and still leaves room to stow a lightweight backpacking stove and fuel canister (both sold separately).

Each GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist cook set includes a 0.6L hard-anodized aluminum pot/mug, a Sip-It lid, an insulated sleeve, a silicone pot gripper and a GSI Outdoors Telescoping Foon.

    Nesting set (5.0 oz) includes:
  • Insulating sleeve
  • Hard anodized aluminum 0.6L pot/mug
  • Pot gripper
  • Foon utensil
  • Lid/Sip-It cover
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Likes: performed as advertised. lightweight, compact, dual purpose (boiling vessel, cup)

Dislikes: foon

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - September 23, 2014

Likes: Worked good and the reversing lid was a nice touch.

Dislikes: Should have a small handle in the cloth to pick up.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - July 24, 2014

Likes: I use this more as a mess kit and it's just what I ordered.

Dislikes: The spoon broke the first time I used it but I quickly replaced it with a folding ti one which I was going to do anyway.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - March 10, 2014

Likes: Great product for quick food preparation. Used it while camping / hiking for making a quick cup of coffee to using it for a small cook pot.

Dislikes: Found the retractable foon (Fork / Spoon) to be too weak in manufacturing... Use another product.

Reviewed by Alan K. - February 27, 2013

Likes: Great little cooking kit. Used it once so far with an MSR pocket rocket, did not disappoint. Rubber grip/pot holder, makes pouring the hot water out a little trickier but gets the job done. Great for one person.

Dislikes: Was not a fan of the folding spork, but it works okay.

Reviewed by Justin M. - January 14, 2013

Likes: Great lightweight minimalist cookset works well with MSR pocketrocket

Dislikes: Spork could be a little more durable

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 31, 2012

Likes: Super light and usefull

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by David G. - July 30, 2012

Likes: this is an amazing piece of hardware. great as a cup or as a pot for cooking. I have used this on several trips up to 6 nights. This is the only piece of cookware needed. Very light and durable. Great for minimalist backpacking and no sacrifice of utility. I have a variety of very good hi-tech cookware but this is all I use anymore. Couldn't be better.

Dislikes: no cons. don't know how it could be improved.

Reviewed by William W. - January 28, 2012

Likes: Love this simple cookset. I usually take it with me for an overnight or all day hike. Great for making coffee/tea/hot cocoa or simply boiling water for a dehydrated meal. Fits my esbit or a small canister and stove.

Lid a bit hard to remove but this ensures there are no leaks while using sipper.

Dislikes: Would be nice if it had measuring marks on the cup.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - January 2, 2012

Likes: Super lightweight, just what i need for solo ultralight trekking. The potholder is a great switch up from a handle.

Dislikes: So far so good.

Reviewed by Allen O. - June 14, 2011