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Optimus Terra Weekend Aluminum Cook Set

Item # OPT38401

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The Optimus Terra Weekend is a lightweight cook set designed to provide backpackers with reliable performance in a compact offering. Abrasion-resistant, construction lends the Terra Weekend rugged durability.

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The Optimus Terra Weekend is a lightweight cook set designed to provide backpackers with reliable performance in a compact offering. Abrasion-resistant, construction lends the Terra Weekend rugged durability.

Made of hard-anodized aluminum, the Terra Weekend consists of a 0.95L cookpot with a lid that doubles as a frypan. Weighing just 7.8oz, the Terra Weekend packs down to 5.2" x 4.8". Despite its compact dimensions, the Terra Weekend is large enough to enclose an Optimus Crux or Crux Lite stove, a fuel canister and even a Folding Spork (all sold separately).

Each Optimus Terra Weekend cook set includes a mesh stuff bag.

  • Includes a 0.95 liter (32 fl oz) hard-anodized aluminum pot with frying pan and mesh bag
  • Pour spout and measuring marks on pot
  • Packed dimensions of 5.2" x 4.8"
  • Weighs 7.8 oz


Best Use Backpacking
Type Hard-anodized aluminum cook set
Packed Size 5.2" x 4.8"
Other Mesh Storage Bag Included
Item Weight 7.8 oz
Dimensions 5.2" x 4.8"
Capacity 0.95L pot and frypan

9 Item(s)

pot is incredible!

Likes: bought this with the msr microrocket and when combined I can boil water in 45 seconds. incredible pot and very lightweight and reasonably priced. I can fit microrocket and fuel canister within the pot.

Dislikes: none

Reviewed by Dylan L. - August 28, 2016

Likes: I liked this pot! Unlike some of the other ones that I've seen, this one has foldable handles that are lined so that you don't burn yourself. The pot also has a spout for easy pouring -especially handy with boiling water!

Dislikes: The little grill at the bottom make it look odd aesthetically, but also caught some grains of sand when I made my breakfast by the shore on Catalina Island. Not a deal breaker though.

Reviewed by Red G. - April 9, 2015

Likes: Very easy to clean, compact, light weight, and big enough to hold all of the water I needed for 2 Mountain House meals or coffee. Just the right size in order to hold a fuel canister and stove.

Dislikes: Handles we a bit difficult to use as the plastic was very easy to slide around

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - November 5, 2013

Likes: I like how I can fit my Windpro-II stove and a 110g gas canister into this pot. I can also fit a canister plus my Kovea Spider without using the cup/frypan (I put a cottage cheese lid on top, then secure with 2 rubber bands).

I thought the large burner on my Windpro might not match the diameter of the heat exchanger. But I was able to turn the stove up quite high and still have the flames stay within the HE ring for efficiency. Boil time for 0.5L @sea level & 60F was 2:35m using 6g of fuel. This is similar to what a Jetboil can do using the proprietary HE on their pots.

I also appreciate how this pot isn't too tall and skinny. Larger diameter pots are more efficient.

Dislikes: You pay for the efficiency of the heat exchanger with the weight of the HE's fin structure. It's not much, but if it matters to you, the cup/frypan can be replaced with a plastic lid + rubber bands.

Reviewed by Lance G. - November 3, 2013

Likes: Nicely made and designed! I have been using the Dualist set for years now but wanted a smaller set to take on trips for when the wife can't go with me. The Swiss nailed it once again! This set is less than half the weight of the dualist! I really like the measure marks on the side. Overall, I would recomend this pot set to any of my exploring friends.(Did I mention that its also more than half the price of the "dualist")

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 7, 2011

Likes: lite weght compact and a good price.

Dislikes: no dislikes

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - July 27, 2011

Likes: I like the size of it, it fits my GSI Mug nicely inside.
for the price I wold recommend it to any friends.

Dislikes: I thought it weigh a little less than it does.

Reviewed by William C. - January 30, 2011

Likes: Great if you need a small (about 1L) pot. The handles are firm and solid, and fold away without rattling. Not sure how well the rubber grip will do with long-term exposure to heat.

Dislikes: Think of the "frying pan/lid" as a lid. I can't really imagine trying to cook even an egg in that small of a diameter. Maybe one scrambled egg, or a few sauteed chunks of veggie.

Reviewed by Cory C. - April 3, 2010

Likes: Good little package with room for my msr stove

Dislikes: The lid/pan does not stay on the pot while traveling.

Reviewed by Glen D. - March 15, 2010