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Sea To Summit X Set 31 - 5-Piece

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sale $82.46 Original price:$109.95

Oatmeal and coffee anyone?

Sea to Summit's X Set 31 includes extremely collapsible X Bowls, X Mugs, and an X Pot so you can make breakfast for you and your backpacking buddy. Pliable, lightweight, heat-resistant, and food-grade silicone makes this cooking setup one of the most compact and convenient setups for backpackers. Sea to Summit designed the X Pot with a stove-friendly base made of aluminum, and there's a translucent lid for faster boiling times.
  • X Set includes X Pot, two X Bowls, and two X Mugs
  • Collapsible, BPA-free, food-grade, heat-resistant silicone
  • Hard-anodized aluminum base on X Pot
  • Durable translucent lid for X Pot
  • Item #STS002A

silicone, [X Pot base] aluminum
[X Pot] 2.8 L
X Pot, X Bowl (2), X Mug (2)
[X Bowl] 5 x 2.25 in, [X Mug] 4.5 x 3.25 in
Claimed Weight
1lb 5.5oz
Recommended Use
camping, backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Not bad

Compact and convenient.

>Rating: 4

packable and versatille

I've put it through the wringer

My wife and I use these when we are backpacking together, its the perfect amount of dishes to cook a meal for two int he same pot and dish it out if you need. The silicone holds up pretty well though i would try to keep it from scraping on any rock or hard rough surfaces. We love the big pot simply for how much food it holds. its truly enormous.

>Rating: 5

So Compact!

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

I am seriously impressed with how compact this set is! It packs up so small you would never know that it is a pot, 2 bowls and 2 cups! They are not heavy and are going to be perfect for camping! I can't wait to take these everywhere.

>Rating: 4

Light and Compact

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

I used this a few times on a recent camping trip. I love how light it is to carry and how small it packs down. The silicon was easy to clean and didn't keep flavors between uses.


Matt, Thank you for the picture. Your set up looks very professional. I'm curious, it looks like you have a wind screen around the flame, are you also using aluminum foil for heat deflection?

>Rating: 4

Lightweight, and plenty of options!

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

These little bowls are REALLY useful if you do not feel like clunking around a bunch of heavy metal bowls/mugs. They all compact into a small size so they do not take up much room in your pack either. Easy to clean and 5 sizes for just about everything you would need in a lightweight backpacking situation.

>Rating: 3

Broken but still works

I bought this set and was excited to use it. Everything works and everyone at camp is in awed that the plastic held up in the heat. Folding pot,cups and bowl with measurement. Great design. Why the only 3 stars? Well, the hard plastic thin clear lid is cracked, like a spider crack all over, some big, some thin but there's now over 100 of them. This is after 3-4 times camping. It is still in 1 piece tho, like a shattered windshield glass. I'm just waiting for it to all fall apart 1 day when I take it out of my back packing bag. They need a better lid design, these are suppose to be durable, they should know people are going to stuff them in back pack with other gear. I'm looking to buy just the lid replacement, do they offer that?

They do offer replacement lids. Contact them.

>Rating: 1

Broken and disappointed

I've used it several times

I went hiking in the Appalachian mountains this summer and was SUPER excited to use these. However, I was heating up some ramen and a couple hours later I noticed small holes about penny-sized on the bottom of the biggest pot. Unfortunately these holes only grew bigger and I was not able to use the biggest pot to cook my ramen. Really disappointed considering I paid $100 for the whole set.


Was the heat controlled under the base or was it touching the sides of the silicone?


Graduations on X Mug

I love the numerous graduations and I really appreciate that they aren't in metric - I don't cook in metric.


Thanks for the picture Erin, this is really helpful.