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Wide like a plate, deep like a bowl.
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought this because I needed a good camping plate. It is lightweight and packs well in my pack. I travel a lot for work and it also works perfectly for eating when I'm living in hotel rooms. Definitely recommend getting this if you need a plate!
This small plate does not fit inside the MSR Solo Camp Cook System.
Sturdy but limited nesting options
I bought two of these (size small) to place in my Quick 2 pot set. These plates surround the smaller of the two pots (one on top, one on bottom), then the whole group fits in the larger pot. Store what you want in the smaller pot. The plates do not nest inside of each other, which may bother some people.
I bought the small. It is lightweight and very rugged. It weighs only 2.3 oz. It is large enough to hold 1/2 of a Mountain House 2.5 serving meal, and more.
I bought one each of S, M & L sizes thinking they would stack effeciently with my existing cookset. They don't.
The difference in size is about 1" of diameter between each plate. Perhaps they compliment the MSR pots better than when used just as a bunch of plates or when paired with other brands of pots.
They are made out of a thin polypropylene that seems durable and the back states they are good for up to 220 degrees F.
Do these MSR Deep Dish Plates stack or...
Do these MSR Deep Dish Plates stack or nest, one inside of the other? If so, how high would a stack of three dishes be?
Pitydafoo's review below answers your question; exert:
"One plate nests inside (or outside, depending on pot/plate size) pots just fine. However, this is possible with only one single plate. Plates of the same size have straight walls that are not tapered at the bottom, making it impossible to stack multiple plates inside each other. Maybe MSR will get it right with the next version..."
You can nest a small, medium, and large plate together, but that's it. Smalls don't nest with smalls, etc. With three of the plates nested together (small, medium, large) the heighth would be about 1 1/2 inches.
hello, I want buy this deep dish plate,...
hello, I want buy this deep dish plate, but I don't know which size to choose. I wanna what this plate I can put in my MSR Flex Skillet frying pan and to save maximum space. Both medium and large can put inside in?
both medium and small would work with the flex 3 the flex 4 I believe will take the med and large
I have the flex 3.
durable and versatile
love how it works as a bowl/plate hybrid....very durable, and it packs well with my cookset(optimus terra). i couldnt see carrying more than one per pack for backpacking though...
could be better
I expected better design coming from MSR.
One plate nests inside (or outside, depending on pot/plate size) pots just fine. However, this is possible with only one single plate. Plates of the same size have straight walls that are not tapered at the bottom, making it impossible to stack multiple plates inside each other. Maybe MSR will get it right with the next version...
Plate material is durable enough.
Plate works great as a bowl or plate, eliminating the need to carry both.
4 stars on material/durability.
2 stars on shortsighted design.
What size deep dish goes with the quick 2...
What size deep dish goes with the quick 2 system Cookset
8.5 diam 1.5 high
small nests inside 2.5L pot according to MSR website
This thing works great. Big enough for any meal and the high sides mean you can squirm around to get comfortable when sitting on the ground without spilling. It nests with my GSI frypan nicely too. Works as a lid for the frypan as well, though the bottom of the plate says its rated to only 220F so I only used it while it was heating up, not once it was close to up to temp. A higher temp rating and this would get a full five stars.