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GSI Outdoors
Pinnacle Soloist II Cook Set

4 out of 5 stars
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Pinnacle Soloist II Cook Set

The pinnacle of camp cooking for one, GSI Outdoors' Pinnacle Soloist II Cook Set packs a pot and bowl/mug combo for backpacking meals. The pot provides non-stick convenience, and there's a detachable handle and strainer lid for convenience. There's an insulated sleeve over the cup and Sip It lid so you don't spill or cool your coffee, and the bowl has tapered edges to prevent spilling. All of these nest together, along with the folding fpoon, inside the stuff sack that doubles as a waterproof sink for easy cleaning at the campsite.


  • Cook set designed for one backpacker
  • Ultralight pot made with Radiance Technology for non-stick convenience
  • Folding handle locks into place for easy cooking
  • Bowl + mug solution with Sip-It lid and insulating sleeve
  • Set includes folding fpoon, strainer lid, and stuff sack that doubles as a waterproof sink
  • Item #GSI006H
aluminum, polypropylene, nylon 6-6
[pot] 1.1L [mug, bowl] 14fl oz
pot, strainer, sip-it top, mug, bowl,
5 x 5.4 x 5.5in
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4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

January 22, 2023

Had this 10+ years

I've put it through the wringer

I bought this as a newbie backpacker over ten years ago and it does not look like they have changed much about it. I'm guessing you have your own spork so the one in here broke the first time I used it although that looks updated. Looks like this one has a small pour spout. But I have to say it fits my Snow Peak stove and a mini gas can perfectly and the small plastic (?) cup has it's advantages such as making coffee or oatmeal in the morning. I honestly HATE the way you open the top, it hurts your fingers, but honestly you're doing it maybe a couple times a day so it's one thing they could improve but not a deal breaker. I think if you are looking for a full set it's hard to beat the price on this. Also the steel does not tarnish with fire so it still looks like the first day I used it. I have taken this thing to hell and back so I have to call a solid product out when I find it. Yes it could have a non plastic lid but honestly, it has never bothered me in the moment.

Jessica H