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GSI Outdoors Halulite Boiler Pot

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    12 Reviews


    Ultralight convenience for people who can't stop moving.

    GSI Outdoors made the Halulite Boiler Pot out of Halulite's proprietary, hard anodized aluminum to keep it ultralight and incredibly strong for fast-packers, alpinists, and bike tourers. A folding handle locks into place while you're cooking and then secures itself afterward for compact storage. GSI Outdoors included a mesh stuff sack to the let the pot dry even after you've washed it and put it away.

    • Hard anodized aluminum
    • Folding handle
    • Mesh stuff sack
    • Item #GSI000A

    Tech Specs

    Halulite (hard anodized aluminum)
    Pot Volume
    1.1 L, 1.8 L
    Pot Dimensions
    [1.1L] 5 x 4.8 x 5.1 in, [1.8L] 5.8 x 6 x 5.6 in
    Pot Grabber
    Storage Sack
    yes, mesh
    Pot Weight
    [1.1L] 8.6 oz, [1.8L] 11 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking, alpine climbing, bike tours
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Super stove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Use to use, love how the handle flips over the lid to keep it in place. Fits fuel and backpacking stove (and a lighter) on the inside.

    Mac 'N Cheese!!!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I made an entire box of Kraft Mac 'n cheese with this. Threw in a couple hotdogs and it was the yummiest thing ever. I found the lid kid of useless and would rather have a pan/lid combo thing, but this is fantastic for the price.

    Super Packable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm a huge fan of this pot setup, because my backpacking stove fits perfectly inside, as well as a lighter and a small fire starter kit. The lid locks down tight, and it doesnt feel very heavy at all. My only gripe is the orange plastic sheath on the pot handle. It slides around a bit, which is more of an annoyance than an actual performance issue, but outside of that, it's a great backpacking pot.

    Pro tip!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Would like to share something i recently discovered..
    The MSR DeepDish Bowl fits seamlessly inside this pot. It can fit up to 2 bowls and they stack perfectly right on top of each other inside the pot. You can even close the lid, the lid does not sit perfectly flush but its close enough where the handle can still hold it shut and for extra security you can cinch down the bag it comes with too. If you place the first bowl in up right and the other upside down, there is still the same space for storage without the bowls. I was able to fit a fuel canister inside the bowls, inside the pot. Excellent nesting!

    best buy for the money

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    its the most affordable and the volume makes it perfect for soups and tea. the lid lock doubling as a handle is convenient for packing it up and also the rubber keeps me from burning my hands

    Great product

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This pot is perfect and so lightweight. It is easy to use and very packable. It easily fits my stove and a fuel canister which saves on space. I compared several other pots before choosing this one and I am very satisfied with my choice. I look forward to getting out and using it more.

    backpacking essential

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This pot is a backpacking essential and the perfect size. The pot is really lightweight and can still hold a lot - I stuff it with clothes are kitchen gear in the backpack and I made pasta for 2 for dinner. The folding handle is nice to lock down the lid for when you pack if full of other gear and keeping your pack neat and organized. For it's light weight its durable and has held up well for me over the one season that I have had it so far. This is a great gift for a fellow camper as well.

    Perfect little pot!

      Exceeded expectation. Morning oats didn't stick. As water was limited, a single moistened paper towel wiped iit clean. Foil bagged chicken breast with precooked thai rice heated without sticking-pot was easily wiped cleaned. Also the perfect size to boil enough water for a 2 person dehydrated meal and a hot drink. And it's a space saver. A can of isobutane and a tiny MSR burner fit snug and secure thanks to the pot latch which doubles as a handle. The nonstick should last for many a feed as long as the heat is kept moderate. Perfect little pot.

      Solid little duder

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I'm a fan of this little guy. Clean, sleek, simple, straightforward. Nothing fancy, nothing crazy, packs down well and gets the job done every time. Didn't give it 5 just because my big fat meat mitts of palms have trouble grabbing the handle without scorching myself. Then I got smart and grabbed a shirt beforehand, no more issues from the clumsy meat mitts.

      Perfect for backpacking

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This pot has served me well on a bunch of trips so far. It's the perfect size that I can fit smaller items - like my MSR stove, spork, etc - inside so conserve space. It's also the perfect size on my small MSR backpacking stove.

      The only downside is that on my last trip, the orange rubber on the handle burnt off in a spot, so I ended up removing it from the whole thing. No biggie, I have other rubber holders I can use to remove it from the heat, but be careful if you use this over a campfire!

      Otherwise, I love this stove for backpacking. Anything larger would be too large. However, if you're looking for something to use for one person, you may want to get something smaller as you probably wouldn't need to heat much up. Making a meal in this, you'd probably be able to feed 2-3 people. For water, a full pot probably fills about 2-3 dehydrated meals.

      Perfect for backpacking

      Like it so far

        So I've only used it a little because I was only boiling water for freeze dried meals lately and a small cup is good for that. But, this would be about the right size for enough water for a meal and cup of tea/coffee. I like how the handle locks over the lid, the lid holder locks upright, and the lid is also contoured to fit and stay on this pot and also a smaller one like a snowpeak Titanium cup. An 8 oz fuel canister will fit inside it too.

        Unanswered Question

        Hi, Would you please check if an MSR Dragonfly fit inside of the GSI Outdoors Halulite Boiler, Item # GSI000A, and allow lid to close, which size would it fit in?
        Thanks and regards,
        Raymond Deza, San Diego, CA