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MSR Ceramic Flex Skillet

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    Ceramic Flex Skillet

    Dehydrated meals are great for backpacking, but MSR's Ceramic Flex Skillet elevates your cooking cuisine while camping. It's light and compact for backpacking, and the non-stick ceramic adds convenience wherever you cook. MSR designed it to fit in MSR's Flex 4 cook system, and underneath the Flex 3. The Ceramic Flex Skillet includes a Talon pot handle for easy handling when the skillet is hot with your tasty, non-dehydrated meal.
    • Lightweight, compact skillet for backpacking
    • Non-stick ceramic adds convenience to camping trips
    • Talon pot handle included
    • Pairs with MSR's Flex 3 and Flex 4 cooking systems
    • Item #CAS009I

    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov
    Material
    ceramic, aluminum
    Non-Stick
    ceramic
    Includes
    skillet, Talon pot handle
    Dimensions
    9 x 2.5in
    Claimed Weight
    7oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 3 years

    Tech Specs

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    Bring on the french toast!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Packed this thing into canyonlands to treat myself to french toast! It's crazy light and barely noticeable in my pack. super pumped that i can take this with me and open up my options while camping!

    Eggs and cheese come right off!

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

    Just did the egg test, fried and egg with no grease and the egg flew right off the pan! Probably would make great pancakes, crepes, and dosas too!

    I'm a little concerned about having suck a thin base. Even on my kitchen range, there is bowing in the center. Can't imagine how my blowtorch style backpacking stove is going to affect the base. On that point, this thing is very large, and I'm not sure MSR makes a stove that's really going to heat this up well, maybe a Colman stove or comparable would be best.

    The Talon handle works great though, that's a given! I'll update as I keep testing the pan. Definitely will be getting the pots too.

    Amir, I'd consider myself more of a minimalist...do you think I can get away with making oatmeal, cookies and hot chocolate in this pan (separately of course)....I plan on taking something like this on my Nordic Excursions, but I worry about it affecting my aerodynamics, what do you advise?

    Hey Sara!

    To directly answer your question, I myself am invested in the bi(te)athalons too. With my current carbon ski and titanium stove setup, the weight is low and the aerodynamics are measurable.

    Personally, I just wear two headbands and double up on the sunglasses on the outside for good measure to offset the pan. And the handle is removed and stored outside the headbands too.

    P.s. I think one could bake with the pan.

    MSR Ceramic Nonstick Aluminum Cookware

    MSR’s Ceramic nonstick aluminum cookware brings kitchen quality performance to backcountry cooking. The pots’ durable ceramic surface is the toughest nonstick coating we’ve ever found—it’s scratch-resistant, easy to clean and handles high-temperature cooking. The pots’ lightweight aluminum construction keeps pack weight low so you can cover the miles before cooking up a backcountry feast.