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Sea To Summit X Set 32 - 3-Piece


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    Eggs, veggies, tea, and freeze-dried food.

    Collapsible cookware is the way to go when you're backpacking, and Sea to Summit's 3-Piece X Set 32 has the pots and pan you need for every meal. The X Pot/Kettle and X Pot collapse and fit inside the X Pan for compact storage. Sea to Summit made the the X Pots' bases and the X Pan out of ultralight, hard-anodized, stove-friendly aluminum, and the X Pots' walls out of flexible, boil-friendly silicone for collapsible compactness. Both the X Pot and the X Kettle have lids for faster boiling times, and both the X Kettle and X Pan have retractable handles for extra packing convenience. 

    • Flexible, collapsible silicone walls
    • Hard-anodized aluminum bases
    • Retractable handles
    • Item #STS002B

    Tech Specs

    [walls] silicone, [base] aluminum
    [X Pot/Kettle] 1.3 L, [X Pot] 2.8 L
    X Pan, X Pot, X Pot/Kettle
    [X Pot] 8.4 x 4.7 in, [X Pan] 9 x 1 in, [X Pot/Kettle] 6 x 3.5 in
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 13 oz
    Recommended Use
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    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Purchased as a gift for my sister. She's only used it once now but really likes it so far! Her feedback is that it's easy to use, pack up, and clean!

    X Pan not so great

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

    I recently purchased this set wanting to save some space in my bag. I've not used them in the field, but have been using them at home. I would rather go into the field with gear I know works well. I've used the kettle once and it worked great. I used the pan this morning to scramble eggs. I put some butter in the pan and used a very low flame. I also used a silicone spoon. The eggs came out okay, but the pan had egg stuck all over it. I had to soak the pan for an hour and use a scrubber to remove the egg. I don't consider that acceptable in the field. I'll keep trying other ways to use the pan, but truthfully, if the clean up is a hassle, it'll stay home. Am dissppointed considering the amount of money I paid for this set.