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A cold camper's ultralight delight.

Once you dig into your snowy solo camp, the 11.1-ounce GSI Outdoors Halulite Ketalist Cookset helps you quickly melt snow and satiate your high-altitude appetite with hot chicken noodle soup and tea. Climbing the windy ridgeline left you numb and weak, but this cookset's 1-liter kettle, 14-ounce insulated mug, Sip-It lid, 14-ounce bowl, and telescoping foon help you refuel and warm up before you nestle into your sleeping bag.

  • The 1L Halulite (hard anodized aluminum) kettle provides incredible abrasion resistance and efficient heating and boiling
  • Kettle features a locking, coated holder to prevent burns
  • An insulated mug and a bowl work for both eating and drinking and are made with lightweight, durable Infinity BPA-free polypropylene, which keep them leach-free and resilient to heat, odors, and heavy pressure inside your pack
  • Lid features a Sip-It opening for drinking and is crush-proof, heat-resistant, and won't warp in your pack
  • Heat-resistant foon, formally known as a spork, extends to provide cooking and eating convenience
  • Cookset packs down completely into kettle and included stuff sack keeps soot and ash off your pack and packed layers

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5 5

worked great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

lightweight, compact, and brings a fast boil. I wish it had a whistle but other than that its great.

5 5

Fast Roil; don't need the whistle.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got one of these little units. It brings the water to a fast boil in a quick amount of time due to its closed nature. It is light to pack and small enough to fit easily in many little nooks and crannies. It is one of my go to units anymore. A winner. Whistle? I don't need no damn whistle.

4 5

nice but some thing is missing

Boils water and what not that was expected, but they could have gone above the expected and included a whistle. Now we have to have someone whistle when it starts to boil, but it's not the same. It will never be the same.

5 5

A great tea pot

I have the tea kettle and it is great. Being anodized aluminum, it is quite tough and is pretty scratch resistant (although, scratches aren't a concern for me). I love that it has a wide bottom which works quite well with some of my larger alcohol stoves. The handle is very useful, however, I wish it were designed a little different. The handle has to be folded over to be able to easily remove the lid.

As others have mentioned, it is pretty easy to load stuff inside the kettle, which is a plus, however, if you use the kettle to actually cook in, it is a little tough to get the inside cleaned up real good (unless you have tiny hands).

Overall, this is a great kettle, even for the weight and especially for the price!

Responded on

Chad, I just lift up on the lid so it is free of the kettle and then slide right towards me and I don't need to move the handle at all. That is helpful when you have the kettle already raised. I never put food in mine as it is always ready for the next pot that way. Big time saver for a few extra oz in eating/cooking pot and easier cleanup.

Responded on

Yes, that is the same way I have taken it off when the bail is raised, however, I still wish it were a little different so that wouldn't need to be done. Oh well, either way, it is still a very nice little tea kettle..

Oh, and I never cooked inside it... IMO, this is best for boiling water only! :)

5 5

What's up with the sh**ty spork

All and all this is perfect... love cooking with kettles... but what is up with the shitty little spork? Dear GSI... keep your spork

Responded on

I agree... I don't have the spork, but I saw my buddies and I thought to myself "That would be given to my daughter as a toy..."

Responded on

@Chad,
The lack of force needed to break the "Foons" could make them a choking hazard for your daughter.
-just sayin'

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I agree about the toy sporks. I had several break on me just stirring things and cutting a hot dog. I threw the rest in a bin for apocalypse day for those unprepared and bought myself the titanium fork/spoon. A world of difference for everyday camping and trekking.

5 5

A great little kettle

This is a great little set! Extremely light and compact when nested together. It works great for boiling water, and I was able to fit my MSR pocket rocket inside of the included bowl to save additional space. Also, if you don't want to bring the bowl and mug along, a 4oz Fuel canister can also be nested inside of the teapot (which has about a 4.6"in. diameter opening as close as I could measure) with room to spare around the edges. The included sack cinches at the top to hold the lid on for easy packing and travel.