A self-contained eating system for two, built specifically for the outdoors.
- Cook faster and cleaner thanks to the Teflon coating, which allows for even heat distribution and supreme scratch resistance
- Anodized aluminum metal is non-reactive, provides exceptional durability, and heats evenly for easy cooking
- Non-leaching, chemically-inert Infinity tableware is dishwasher safe, durable, and lightweight
- Two bowls, two mugs with sipping tops, two telescoping Foons (fork / spoon), and an ultralight stove and small fuel canister all fit neatly inside the 1.8-liter pot (stove and fuel sold separately)
- GSI also included a small bag so your stove doesn’t scratch the pot and a welded stuff sack that doubles as a small wash basin
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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Dualist Cookset
Great little set.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've used this on countless camping trips. Works great for cooking and eating for 2. Perfect size to fit a small fuel container and small stove while its all packed up. Haven't found any faults in this design or functionality.
Decent pot for stoves
I've had this set for well over a year now and I'm still rather satisfied. It packs up nicely and you and your partner (it's a two person set) can enjoy a hot breakfast and hot drink at the same time thanks to the insulated mugs that fit nicely into the bowls. The pot will warp badly when boiling water in fire, so melting snow next to camp fire and cooking old school will force you to force your pot back into shape. Also, the sporks, though convent, are sooooooo flimsy. I haven't broken them yet but I ditched them long ago because I knew it was a matter of time before I was eating my morning oatmeal with a stick.
Could you tell me if the neoprene sleeves...
Could you tell me if the neoprene sleeves are removable?
They are not designed to be removed. You would have to cut them or something because they feel pretty solidly glued on.
The neoprene sleeves on mine slide right off for easy cleaning. But I appear to have an older model (pre- cool looking graphics).
15 minute review of cookset
Pretty extensive review of the product.
Next to a Nalgene
Here is the cookset packed up next to a nalgene bottle.
Light and versatile
Great for boiling water or cooking more complex meals. Highly recommended. The sporks suck, though, they broke on the second use. I recommend getting the Stoic titanium spork.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My wife and I use this for BWCA trips. The pot is durable, non stick, and user friendly with the handle. The bowls are my favorite part. The pack together nicely, clean up is just a matter of wiping them out, and the cozy insulates well. The sporks are ok but they are also the weak part of this set.
Non-stick and sturdy
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
My first group pot set and I still love it. Love the non stick and you can cook just about anything. Large enough to cook soup for 2 even. Takes a beating as well, used it in a caldera cone and it did great on alcohol, esbit and wood. Not super light but it comes with the stow away bowls.
Two person all-in-one set.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
First off, the Sporks are garbage. That being said, the rest of the set is kind of genius. Lightweight and love having a bowl and a mug. Pot is perfect size to make water for dinner and have a nice cup of tea per person. Usually have a little left over to wash the food bowls out. The strainer/pourer and pot handle are great. Set fits my MSR pocket rocket and a small fuel can inside too, saving pack space. Would buy again! Love it so much I also bought the soloist
I love this cook set!
This is the best set ever. I love how I can store my stove (Snow Peak GigaPower Stove Manual Ignition) and fuel in it along with matches. If im going solo i just remove one of the bowl sets.
Gets the job done
I purchased this over the soloist kit because I wanted the larger 1.8L pot for cooking dehydrated soups. Some soups/chili require 5-6 cups for 4 servings and this pot was big enough for that. The reason I only give it 3 stars is the other items in the kit are fairly useless excluding the bowls. The sporks are too flimsy and like the other reviewer, the mugs are just smaller bowls.
I do like how I can pack in my stove and a canister into the pot. The walls of the pot are durable as well, even though they are very thin.
well includes all the essentials except a frying pan. Pot worked great and distributed the heat well and quick. Would of gave 5 stars but the mugs aren't really mugs they are bowls w/ a heat wrap. The sporks are a bit flimsy but worked. all in all I'd recommend if you don't want a frying pan..