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I've used these pots backpacking, standard camping and camping in April in Alaska. They pack well together and the handle folds over the top and locks onto the rubber nub on top, which keeps it secure. I usually pack most of my kitchen supplies inside of them. The pot accommodated food for 6 hungry dudes. 2 thumbs up
Hi, what are the dimensions of the pots?...
Hi, what are the dimensions of the pots? I'm most interested in the hight. cheers...
Totals for the nested set (so based on the 5.3L) is height= 6.25" diameter= 12"
Approx on just the 3.2L- height= 5.25" diameter= 8.5"
Has anyone used the 5.3L pot with the XGK...
Has anyone used the 5.3L pot with the XGK EX stove?
I don't think you'll have any problem with the size of the pot on the XGK EX. The design of this stove was to accommodate 10L pots that expeditions to the Himalayas require. The pot supports on the XGK EX are the best available for larger pots in a backpacking stove.
As always caution should be taken when placing the pot on the stove. This goes without saying, but because the circumference of the pot is much greater than the pot supports on the stove, make sure the pot is as centered as possible. If a little bit of attention is given, you should have no problem.
The Flex 4 is an amazing cookset with the best available materials used. You won't find a better combination of quality, reliability, and features in either of these class of products.
Great pot set.
You can not go wrong using this pot set to cook for big groups. The anodized aluminum is great because it is light, distributes heat well, and the anodized coating make it very durable. Another great MSR product.