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    Eggs? Bacon? Serve 'em up.

    Expand your breakfast and dinner possibilities with the versatile Cascade Designs Quick Skillet. This camp kitchen essential is made from Duralite DX hard anodized aluminum, which evenly distributes heat for better cooking performance and features a non-stick surface for easy clean-up. This seven-inch skillet nests compactly with other cookware and, at just under six ounces, doesn’t add too much weight to your pack. Includes the Talon pot handle, which can be removed with the push of a button.
    • Item #CAS0652

    Tech Specs

    anodized aluminum
    Recommended Use
    Camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 3 years

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    Fry time

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Nice and light pan that works well for backpacking. I think its too small for car camping. If I am going to actually cook instead of use freeze dried while backpacking this is what I take. Nice size when on the trail and cleans up really easy.

    Great Skillet

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This skillet is 7" which I find to be the perfect size whether your car camping or backpacking. Handle folds up easily and it packs super well. Lastly, it's super easy to clean which makes it very convenient!

    Easy and convenient

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love using this pan because it is a decent size, the handle folds and can be removed and used with a pot, saving space and weight, and it the non-stick is legit.

    Speechless pan

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Awesome with egg and bacon. Cooking is flawless. Cleaning is priceless. I can't say one bad thing about this pan. This pan does what it supposes to do. Ultralight pan is great for backpacking and folding handle comes handy to pack in my bag. I normally use soft materials in the pan to use up the space. I would buy another one if I lose my pan for sure.

    Does the job

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Ive used many backpacking pans and pots over the years, and this one is my favorite so far. Its lightweight, has a folding handle, and is really the only pan I need while out on the trail. The durability seems to stand up as well, I can see myself using this product for years to come. Cant wait to get back in the mountains and use it again!

    Great skillet!

      This skillet is great for car camping or short trips when your not worried about weight/bulk. You can cook anything with no stick! Clean up is super easy, just warm water and a little soap! So many awesome meal options for this little skillet! So happy a friend gifted me with this camping gem!

      Awesome little skillet

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

      Cooks anything without sticking to the pan. Super lightweight ,anything lighter and you'd question if you forgot to bring it in your pack

      Unbelievably Nonstick

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Brought the MSR Quick Skillet on my last backpacking trip and matched it up with my MSR Windpro. I cooked pizza in it one night and fish tacos another (the fish tacos had fish, oil, spices and more). Cleanup required a quick warm water rinse and wiping. No scrubbimg, no tough work. Stuff that would be caked on other non-coated items (or those with lower-quality coatings) slide right off. All my campmates were amazed!

      I won't always bring this backpacking with me - when weight and space are at a premium. But, when I want to do some serious cooking, this thing is now a staple in my pack. I can' think of a single way to improve it. This is now a permanent part of my backcountry gourmet kitchen.

      One nice thing to note - it fit in nicely to the top (upside down) of my Bearikade Bear Canister. That made packing it a good bit easier.

      What is the difference between the Flex...

      What is the difference between the Flex Skillet and the Quick Skillet?