A durable, dependable all-in-one cook set, the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cook System allows solo hikers to trim packed weight without skimping on backcountry meals. A hard-anodized aluminum pot attends to cooking and an integrated cup/bowl allows you to enjoy your meal.
Weighing just 10.9 ounces, the Pinnacle Soloist Cook System includes everything needed for a single diner. The entire system nests into an integrated unit that measures just 5.0" x 5.4" x 5.5" and leaves room to stow a lightweight cooking stove and fuel canister (both sold separately).
Each GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cook System includes a 1.1 liter pot, a strainer/Sip-It lid, a 14 ounce insulated BPA-free cup/bowl, a GSI Telescoping Foon and a stove bag.
- Convenient, folding handle locks into place for cooking and secures entire set inside cook pot for transport
- Welded stuff sack holds set while traveling and doubles as a sink or wash basin in camp
- Crush-proof, heat-resistant nylon lid will not bend up and fold in packs and includes an integrated strainer
- Unique bowl+mug solution with low center of gravity and sip-it lid virtually eliminate spills while the insulating sleeve keeps drinks hot
- Hard-anodized aluminum with Teflon with Radiance coating
- BPA free
- Weighs 10.9 ounces
- Includes one 1.1 liter pot with folding handle, one mug/bowl with sip-it lid, one telescoping foon, one stove bag, one strainer lid and one stuff sack/camp sink
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Real Customer Reviews
Dislikes: Good for food
- The Legend Continues
Likes: For the length of time this design has been around, it is still impossible to beat for the price and durability of this product. I have a group of 9 or 10 good buddies that all are big backcountry guys. We have been doing it together for years. There is not one of us who has not converted to the Soloist or Dualist systems. They simply cannot be beat.
I will also mention this system goes very well with the MSR Pocket Rocket 1 or 2. I can simply put my pocket rocket inside the main pot and it fits perfectly. The Soloist even comes with a sleeve to protect the stove that you end up putting in there.
Likes: Love the size and it seems to be very durable.
Dislikes: None yet
- The ONLY cook set you will ever need
Likes: Able to fit ALL of my contents in this cook set, canister fuel, BSR stove, cleaning cloth, mini bic lighter. Plus the lid can be used with your mug.
Dislikes: Just like everybody else's review, the spoon is flimsy. If I lose it, it's not a problem.
- compact, well designed system
Likes: size, construction, design, weight
Dislikes: spork is pointless addition
- Best solo cook set.
Likes: This has been a very useful set I love the weight of it, the locking handle and the nesting of my stove plus a 230g fuel canister. If your thinking about getting it just bite the bullet you will not be disappointed.
- best lightweight cook system that still has nonstick coating
Likes: the nonstick coating is huge for me, no more burning my noodles with titanium
comes with cup that has graduations for measuring liquids
Dislikes: spork thing is useless, just throw it away
- Perfect for 1-2 people
Likes: Works well for 1 person (and even two people if all you want is hot water for when backpacking with freeze dried meals).
Comes with a little pouch that you can use to keep a mini-stove in. My pocket rocket and fuel fit perfectly inside.
Dislikes: The spoon that comes with it is pretty flimsy. I replaced that with a folding titanium spork.
- Such a great cook kit!
Likes: For those that do actual cooking this quite possibly could be the best cook kit ever. You can do, soup, you can do pasta sides, you can fry bacon or some other kind of meat, you can even fry or scramble eggs thanks to the non-stick coating. This pot is also exceptionally durable and useful in so many backpacking situations.
Dislikes: The measuring cup and foon are so-so. They work fine however they do seam like they could break over time. Outside of the measuring cup and foon this set is dang near perfect for the back country cook!
- great cook system
Likes: Enjoy the nesting system. Fits a 4oz canister and stove while the bowl nests inside. If you chose to use an 8oz canister instead, the stove will not be able to nest inside. The lid works well as a strainer for the pot, or placed upside down on the bowl/mug as a drinking lid. Carrying case works well as a washtub to clean up after cooking
Dislikes: Spoon-its flimsy and after a few times of use you will want to switch to a different utensil.
Stuff Sack is a bit tight making the pot removal cumbersome.
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