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GSI Outdoor Hard Anodized Dutch Oven

by GSI

Price: $67.99 - $139.95
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  • Hard-anodized aluminum Dutch oven that's ideal for campfire cooking
  • 66 percent lighter than cast iron yet still large enough for most meals
  • High-performance, nonreactive aluminum material cooks slowly and evenly
  • Rust-free interior is easy to clean; edge lip holds coals and charcoal
  • No seasoning required; comes in 10-inch, 12-inch, and 14-inch sizes

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GSI Outdoor Hard Anodized Dutch Oven + GSI Outdoors 90032 12" Dutch Oven Case + GSI Outdoors 90030 10" Dutch Oven Case
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Cooking with fire reflects a primal urge, and is far more satisfying than cooking with a camp stove. That's one reason to consider one of GSI's hard-anodized aluminum Dutch ovens, which are 66 percent lighter than cast iron yet still big enough to cook a hearty, crowd-pleasing stew. Aluminum Dutch ovens are ideal for outdoor cooking, with a high-performance, nonreactive construction that cooks slowly and evenly. Cast aluminum is also rust-free and easy to clean, so you don't have to soak the pot for hours to de-grease the interior. And unlike cast iron, no messy seasoning is required when using the GSI pot. Equipped with an edge lip that holds coals and charcoal, the GSI Dutch oven comes in three sizes--10 inches, 12 inches, and 14 inches--with a weight range of 3 pounds 10 ounces (small) to 9 pounds (large).

Product Description

GSI Hard Anodized Dutch Ovens make a truly memorable cooking experience much easier. We do this with a dutch oven that is one-third the weight of cast iron making carry and travel much easier. When it comes to clean up time the hard anodized surface resists sticking so saves you even more time to enjoy the outdoors. The 10" model is a great size for packing and a dutch oven chef favorite.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018BK7RQ
  • Item model number: GSIO-50410
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,618 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Yep, it's the real deal, so poney up and fork over the cash.
John V. Linhart
The hard anodized finish makes clean up easy and they handle high acid foods like tomato better than cast iron.
Konrad Haskins
I pinched my hand attempting to place lid while handle was in upright position.
Kara Hoeppner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Old River Rat on January 3, 2009
Simply the best. As a whitewater rafter I value space, weight, and versatility. 10" nestles inside 12" and weighs little. Buy an oven bag for transport. They don't rust, cook and clean up like non-stick. Invert the lids and fry eggs or pancakes. With 2 of each size, I serve main course, side dish, sourdough bread and dessert for 8 people. Don't get me wrong, I love my cast iron, but not on a river trip.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lorelie on June 27, 2011
I originally got the 12" anodized aluminum dutch oven with legs, and liked it so much, I got the 10" one too (without legs).

I've been looking for campfire cookwear with good cooking qualities that doesn;t have a non-stick coating, which is hard to find unless you want to go the cast-iron way. I love the GSI heavy-duty anodized aluminum DO's - non-reactive with some non-stickish qualities but no non-stick coating to flake or wear off like other aluminum lightweight camping cookware. No cast-iron seasoning to do, no worries about rust or rancidness, and incredibly lightweight compared to cast iron. Heats up fast, heats evenly, and retains the heat (although it doesn;t cook quite as evenly or retain heat quite as long as cast iron). I love this anodizied cookware, because it behaves like the high-quality cookware I have at home (older Calphalon anodized aluminum without the non-stick coating, and All-Clad with stainless interiors), which makes it much more predictable for me to cook with.

I use the dutch oven with the legs conventionally over charcoal briquettes (you can use it over campfire coals too). You can use a stand for the 10" to cook in the same way, or use it on a cooking grate like the Texsport Extra Heavy Duty Camp Grill (12" x 16" - another fantastic product.

Note however that the GSI dutch oven have a smaller capacity and are shallower than other dutch ovens. The 10" only has a 2 qt capacity and the 12" has a 5qt capacity, so don't be surprised. I wish the 10" one had a 2-1/2 or 3 qt capacity, but I love the pot anyway. In fact, I often use it as the perfect camping frypan because it heats so evenly.

These ovens seem to need a fewer charcoal briquettes to get up to heat.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Kirkpatrick on April 16, 2012
I did a lot of research into dutch camp ovens. Decided to go alumimn and wanted the anodized type for health and upkeep. Also wanted less weight than cast iron. Since there are only few companies who produce gave info to my daughter who gave it to me as Christmas gift. 12 qt model.

I have used it twice so far. Did chili and bread dishes. Used charcold brickettes which got it up to simmering very quickly for chili. Total time for dish was about two hours. Heat held well. Bread (drop biscuits) took about 45 min and were not brown on top but cooked throughly. Clean up was sooo easy. Both dishes required adding additional brickettes so make sure after you've started first batch of brickettes start another 1/2 amount to use later.

The oven did have some issues when arrived. It was in single box, and bearly fit that box. This resulted in the wire handle to be slightly bent and when tried to lift scrapped the side of pot. Instead of returning I used pliers and muscled it into function and it worked fine. I assume this issue was a result of getting banged up in shipping. I would hope it was not a result of manufacturing process. There were a couple rough casting areas I needed to file down on pot rim and lid. Lid and pot were tight fit which is what you want.

I would probably buy again, only because of limited sources(that I was aware of)for anoalized alumium dutch oven. However, for a oven costing $119 it should have come better packaged and not with a few rough casting areas.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Konrad Haskins on October 16, 2010
The hard anodized finish makes clean up easy and they handle high acid foods like tomato better than cast iron. They are way lighter. Choose the size that works for you. The 10" is ideal for small light packing groups. It does NOT have legs so you need to use rocks or buy the "DUTCH OVEN STAND" from GSI. The 10" is a world class dutch oven that is just as comfortable by a campfire, on your stove top at home or in your home oven as the legs are an optional extra which for me is a great feature. If you need to do a lot of high heat searing then cast iron is better. Cast iron can also be cleaned by leaving in a hot fire. That will melt the aluminum and the hard anodized finish is easy to clean so there is no need for that. Cast iron only needs to be cleaned like that if it was not well seasoned and you really burned food in it. I own the 10" and 14" hard anodized and the 12" plain. The plain finish is OK and I got a steal of deal at a garage sale. If paying full price the Hard Anodized is worth every penny.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Katmai on December 22, 2009
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Great product. Very light and ideal size for backpacking. Cleans up very well compared to regular aluminium and cast iron camp ovens.Heats up quickly and does a nice job of baking deserts. Delivered on time and a great price too with free shipping
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alsand on August 1, 2013
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I got this for my camping trailer. Lighter than my Lodge cast iron. And I'm happy with it. Nicely made; good fit and finish. I wish it was just a little bit taller, but this pot will nest inside their 12" pot, so it uses storage space well.

Like others, I don't understand why on a nicely made $60 DO GSI doesn't do something about the bail (the wire handle). It was so poorly fit on mine you couldn't put the lid tightly down on the pot. I fixed it with a couple of vice grip pliers and some careful bending, but there is simply no reason a product of this cost should go out with a defect that seems so common...and so easily fixed.
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