A lightweight and ingenious little backcountry cookware accessory, the silicone Microgripper enables you to snatch hot pots and pans off of cooking stoves without risk of burns. An integrated magnet secures the Microgripper to metal cookware ensuring that it doesn't get left behind. At a mere half an ounce, the Microgripper is a welcome addition to any backpacker's kitchen.
- Silicone construction
- 0.5 oz
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Real Customer Reviews
Likes: It is very compact and light. Has a magnet to stick to your pot lid for easy access. Fits easily in your cook kit.
Dislikes: May be a bit small for someone with big fingers
Likes: Light and a good insulator.
Dislikes: It was just too small for me. I don't have big fingers and it was really difficult for me to use it.
Likes: I didn't find this item as useful as some of the other reviewers. I use a Titanium pot and lid, so the magnetic feature was of no use. I had to get right up to the pot to grab the rim which is a little dicey when the alcohol stove is still burning.
Dislikes: I actually purchased the Open Country Clamp Handle (Item #OPC401) and found this to be a bit more versatile. Read the reviews on this item for more information.
Likes: The GSI Microgripper is brilliant! I first used my friends Microgripper last spring while in the Linville gorge and I knew I had to have one. I was finally able to locate one at Backcountry Edge. The Microgripper makes it quick and easy to grab my pot of boiling water and pour a cup-o-joe without burning my fingers. The integrated magnet allows it stick to the lid of my cook pot. (I use it as a "knob" for the lid.) The M.gripper is very useful and i would highly recommend it highly!
Dislikes: The Microgripper must be laid on a clean place to prevent debris from getting into your pot.
Likes: Perfect little grippers to protect fingers when picking up lightweight hot edges. Will use camping and for microwave at home. Good quality, fit nicely on my large-for-a-woman fingers. Ridges on gripping surfaces great to prevent slipping.
Dislikes: I don't see anything wrong with this product.
Likes: Handy to store in small cook pot or mug.
Dislikes: A little too small for my fingers
Dislikes: Not bad. But, when this is used, be careful for your finger to touch the pan or pot surface because of the tiny lip.
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