Rated 5 out of
Worked great for 18 day trip!Used on John Muir Trail, great for heating water, insulation kept food warm while it re-hydrated, lid worked for coffee. Spork is not great
Date published: 2017-12-20
Rated 4 out of
Great for solo hikes, but don't burn yourself!Pros:,,Super light and compact; dual purpose (mug and pot); comes with its own cozy, mini pot holder, and spork.,,,,It perfectly fits a small stove.,,,,Cons:,,Because the pot doesn't have a handle (just an included silicon pot holder), boiling more than about a cup of water at once comes with a bit of a burning risk. ,,,,I won't be able to use this pot with a tuna can stove (my preferred cooking method), as you need to be able to control the flames and turn the stove off before removing the pot (again, not having a handle is a definite disadvantage in this respect). ,,,,It's cool that they included a collapsible spork, but I gave mine away because it was extra flimsy (comes apart easily when you're trying to eat with it) and I'm happy with the spork I own already.