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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Dualist Cookset

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A self-contained eating system for two, built specifically for the outdoors.

Trade your junkshow of dishes and flatware for the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Dualist Cookset and keep everything you need for two backpackers to cook, eat, and cleanup in one compact, self-contained unit. How is this possible? GSI engineers devised a clever nesting system that stacks the durable, non-stick metal cookware and lightweight, folding flatware into a single pot. Pinnacle is GSI's lightest and most portable system, so it makes sense that it has won a few magazine Editors' choice awards.
  • 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
  • Item #GSI2248

Tech Specs

[pot] hard-anodized aluminum, Teflon with Radiance coating, [mugs, bowls] Infinity BPA-free polyproplyene
Pot Volume
1.8 L
Pot Dimensions
5.9 x 6.4 x 5.9 in
Built-in Strainer
Pot Grabber
Grooved Bottoms
Storage Sack
Complete Set Weight
21.6 oz
Recommended Use
ultralight backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty

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So Many Things!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am really happy with this set primarily when i am out with one other person. It packs up really condensed for how many components it has. I think my favorite part about it is the makeshift sink that the bag can turn into.
However, when I'm by myself, four bowls in total seems a little excessive. I tried taking out one of the bowls but everything rattled around, so I guess I will be traveling with all the bowls and maybe I'm make some more friends. The pot could definitely be smaller too.

Great Option

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This a great quality, great value. They're very light and compact, but the lightness comes at the moderate expense of durability. The pot can bend even with the bowls inside it. It can be bent back, however, but worth note. I also find the rubber seal on the pot's lid to come loose now and again. Nitpicking aside, I love this set. It heats fast and cleans wonderfully. Goes great with their spatula!

Like Russian Nesting Dolls

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

...seriously. The way GSI designed and packed this cookset together seems to defy the very laws of physics themselves. I'm not sure what kind of witchcraft went into this, but somehow two bowls, two cups, two utensils, a stove, a normal sized fuel canister (pictured), a pot and a wash basin all fit into this convenient, lightweight package. Its pretty unreal. And after two backpacking seasons of use, its still going strong, The only downfall are the stupid sporks! I understand that they needed something small and compact, but these delicate little utensils are not the answer. They have held up so far, but only because I treat them like I'm handling a butterfly. For that, I give the Duelist a 4 star rating and, unfortunately, is it's only downfall. But at almost half the cost of it's competitors, you really can't find a better cookset for the money.

PERFECT two-person cookset

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got this as a more-compact alternative to my long-time favorite GSI Bugaboo backpacker cookset and couldn't be happier with it. A major problem with the Bugaboo was balancing it on a smaller backpacking stove. I can't tell you how many meals have tipped over and dumped into the dirt with a strong wind or too-vigorous stirring. The Dualist, however, is designed to perfectly balance on the smaller circumference of a backpacking stove's pot supports, without giving up capacity or stir-ability. As with all the GSI cooksets, I love that the insulated double-wall bowls can be separated into two parts so you can have coffee with breakfast or tea with dinner, and the snap-on vented lids keep your drinks warm while you sip on them. Easy to clean, lightweight, compact and easy to pack, I HIGHLY recommend this cookset.

great little set!!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really like this little set its great to use with 2 people. I really have a thing for cooking gear so I have many camping cooking sets but this is one of my favorites. it have everything that you and then all packs up into a great LITTLE bag that doubles as a washing sick. the only down fall that I have for this set is that the spoons broke easily (not a great thing to have happen when you are out in the middle of nowhereI recommend a different spork my favorite are a one piece plastic spork.

great little set!!!


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used this pot for about a year now because it was just good enough that I couldn't justify buying something different. That being said, There's better products for the job. Also the sporks are very flimsy. I recently upgraded to a snow peak pot which I have instantly prefered for size and cleaning, but I will be keeping the bowls with my kit!

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.

    Excellent Set

    • 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.

    • 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.

    I love this cook set!

    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.

      dualist set

        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..

        Could you tell me if the neoprene sleeves...

        Could you tell me if the neoprene sleeves are removable?