The MSR Quick 2 System is a camp kitchen for two friends, lovers, or strangers backpacking in the wilderness. Fire up your camp stove and grab one of the two pots to fill with water and start 'er boiling. You can choose from the 1.5L or the 2.5L for the meal and use the other to prep some tea on a chilly night. The single aluminum strainer lid works for both pots as does the Talon™ pot handle that will prevent burnt fingers while you're separating the meal between the two DeepDish™ plates. The two insulated mugs keep your drink warm while you slowly sip while watching the sunrise or sunset. I thought about it and maybe don't backpack with a stranger, that might get weird.
FEATURES of the MSR Quick 2 System
Dual Cooking Surfaces: Ultralight hard-anodized aluminum; one nonstick and one uncoated for maximum versatility
Rated 4 out of
Light and compactThis cooking set works great for us. It everything packs really small and there is room in there for storing small items such as a bottle of dish soap or small shakers of spices. The smaller pot is coated with a non-stick layer, while the larger one is not. The plates are plastic but are surprisingly rugged and the cups are stainless. The handle clicks firmly into place and won't come off unintentionally.,,,,Pros: light, rugged,,Cons: Frying pan sold separately, can't be used on an Open fire,,
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 5 out of
Great all in one set for camping!Recently purchased this and used over the weekend. Made rice, pasta, chicken, steak, even sausage in the pots. Heat up very quickly and clean up is simple!
Another question....I was informed this cook wear was not to be used on a open flame/wood fire. Does that apply even if its used on my EmberLit stove? If so who makes a lightweight cook set that's compact and durable yet can be used on small wood stove?
Asked by: skinnyman
Thanks for reaching out to us. The consensus is that you could use these pots on an EmberLite stove. You would get more soot and may stain the pots, but since the EmberLit stoves don't give out as much heat as a campfire, it would be safe. I hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-04-15
I'm in the market for some backpacking cookwear that can be used on a small open flame (wood) fire. Can this set be used for my application?
Asked by: skinnyman
Thanks for reaching out to us! I went straight to the top for this one...that's right, the MSR cookware FAQ page. The ultimate of ultimates. I quote "CAN I USE MY COOKWARE DIRECTLY ON A FIRE?
No. Aluminum and titanium can be permanently damaged by extreme heat. Though it is possible to use stainless steel, we do not recommend it." Hope this helps you out!