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A smart update to the traditional backcountry cooking approach, the Optimus Terra HE Cook Set nests three pots into one and stows them inside a nylon/neoprene stuff sack that doubles as a lightweight, warmth-retaining lid. Abrasion-resistant, hard-anodized construction lends the Terra Cookset rugged durability.
The Terra HE Cook Set includes three separate aluminum-cooking surfaces, a 1.7-liter pot, a 1.65-liter pot and a 1.65 liter frying pan. Textured bottom surfaces and Teflon-coated interiors on the 1.65 liter pot and frying pan make both cooking and cleaning up a snap. Together, these three pieces are ready-made to tackle your favorite backcountry recipes. Once mealtime is over and you're ready to get back on the trail, the three pieces nest together in a single rattle-proof unit.
An innovative nylon/neoprene stuff sack is included with the Terra HE Cook Set . An elastic buckle attachment secures the cookware safely in place and detaches easily when you're ready to start cooking! The stuff sack also serves as a heat-retaining lid, keeping food warm while the next menu item is being cooked. In fact, the lid can even play a part in the cooking process, allowing you to boil water, remove the pot from your stove, pour rice, noodles or dehydrated foods into the pot, throw on the lid and let the food simmer while you cook something else. In addition, the stuff sack can be used as a potholder or grip point, eliminating the risk of burns from grabbing still-hot pots.
The Optimus Terra HE Cook Set also includes a lightweight pot grabber that nestles neatly inside a top pocket on the stuff sack.
- Includes a 1.7 liter hard-anodized aluminum pot, a 1.65 liter hard-anodized, Teflon-coated pot, a 1.65 liter hard-anodized, Teflon-coated frying pan, a nylon/neoprene insulated stuff bag/lid and a pot gripper.
- Packed dimensions of 8.1" x 4".
- Total weight of 23 oz.
Best Use Backpacking, Camping Type Hard-anodized aluminum cookset Packed Size 8.1" x 4" Other Insulated stuff bag doubles as warming lid and pot holder Item Weight 23 oz. Capacity 1.70 liter hard-anodized pot
1.65 liter hard-anodized, Teflon-coated pot
1.65 liter hard-anodized, Teflon-coated frying pan
- Perfect if you cook in backcountry
Likes: I like that I am able to cook my food and not just boiling water... I am on a restricted diet so I dehydrated my own meals...perfect cook set
Dislikes: Heavy and cumbersome to pack...
- good cooking set for camping,backpacking.
Likes: Like how the pots nest together in their nylon stuff sack. Heats up food quickly and evenly on my backpacking stove. the double use of the carry sack as a warmth retainer for a hot pot of food or water is a great feature and a good idea.
Dislikes: Sometimes hard to get pots back in the carry case, fit is tight, little tricky.
Likes: exactly what I wanted
Likes: Pretty much everything you need. Quiet in the pack when packed with the stuff bag thing it comes with. I can get my canister stove and fuel can inside along with the pot holder handle and a little utensil kit. Seems durable enough. Odd looking heat transfer thing on the bottom works to help water boil faster than normal which is always good. There's enough here to make some serious meals on the trail so it's probably your most versatile choice.
Dislikes: Kind of big in the pack but being able to eat is probably one of your most important goals on the trail so you may as well make the space sacrifice and do it right.