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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cookset

by GSI

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  • 10.8-ounce solo cooking system designed for ultralight backpackers
  • 1.1-liter cooking pot designed to distribute heat evenly and eliminate hot spots
  • 14-ounce mug/bowl; Lexan lid doubles as pot cover and Sip-It mug lid
  • Convenient folding handle locks in place while cooking
  • Nested items store in welded stuff sack, which doubles as wash basin
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FEATURES of the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cookset Crushproof, dual-use, heat-resistant nylon lid will not deform in packs and serves as a Sip-It Lid or integrated strainer Convenient folding handle locks into place for cooking and secures entire set for transport, eliminating the need for a stuff sack Unique mug/bowl solution with low center of gravity and Sip-It virtually eliminates spills while the integrated insulating sleeve keeps your drinks hot Ingenious, welded stuff sack holds set while traveling and doubles as a sink or wash basin in camp Integrated nesting for ultralight stoves and fuel canisters SPECIFICATIONS of the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cookset Weight: 10.9 oz Major Dimension: 1 Person Dimension: 5 x 5.40 x 5.50" Material: Non-Stick Coated, Hard Anodized Aluminum, Clear Polypropylene, Nylon 6-6 Product Use: Ultralight Backpacking Includes: 1.1 L Pot, Strainer/Sip-It Lid, 14 fl. oz. insulated mug/bowl, Telescoping Foon, Stove Bag, Welded Sink

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By willie VINE VOICE on June 18, 2009
Size: One Size
The Soloist is a thoughtfully engineered cookset that can host a gas canister together with a select brand or two of stove heads. The cookset includes a pot w/insulated handles, compressible spork, mug w/cozy cover, plastic, vented lid that doubles as a sip cup cover for the mug, and a stuff sack that doubles as a small water bucket or wash up basin.

I use this cookset with a 110gm gas canister and an Optimus Crux, which folds and stores underneath the canister (the stove comes with a little pouch designed to strap under a gas canister). The canister is then placed into the bottom of the Soloist pot with the valve facing up. Next, a spork and lighter and possibly packets of coffee or tea are placed around the top of the canister. The mug is then turned upside down and put into the pot. The lid is held in place by the pot's insulating handle, which flips over to lock the top - all very convenient!

And if you forget how this order works, GSI has a printed series of small icons on the outside of the pot - good for those of us who are spatially challenged.

A tip: First gently squeeze the handle together to flip its position when removing or locking the lid.

And although not readily apparent, the mug, which has an insulating neoprene wrap, also doubles as a measuring cup with markings inside in milliliters and ounces!

You'll enjoy using this cookset, which only weighs 10 oz. (minus gas canister and stove, of course).
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jim Veretto on July 24, 2009
Size: One Size
This is a great little cookset. I recommend using it with the Brunton Raptor, as the entire stove and a 4oz canister pack right inside the Soloist.

The only thing I didn't like about the set was the plastic 'spork'. Its handle slides down, making the whole thing shorter, but its actually hard to do without pinching your fingers or poking yourself - and overall, its not a very good spoon or fork. I recommend tossing it and getting something metal.

One piece of advice, be sure to *pinch* the handle together when folding it open or closed - my wife almost broke ours within 5 minutes of owning it, trying to pry it open. The design locks the handle in place over the lid, which keeps it from coming open when packed.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dennis A. Nicholson on January 8, 2010
Size: One Size
I think that the size of this set is perfectfor me. Heats water quick, especially with a wind screen; but I can also cook in the pot. I agree that the included foon is flimsy, but I keep it in the pack as a spare. All told, I'm very pleased.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Bassemier on May 21, 2013
Size: One Size Verified Purchase
I own two of these. You can nest an MSR pocket rocket and fuel canister in this kit with a bandana (pot holder), matches (for lighting), a mini salt/pepper shaker and a strip of scrub pad. It cleans up very easily--much easier than stainless steel cups and mess kits.

This is my camp-stove mess kit of choice. It's not exactly "minimalist", but it's very light and compact with a nice bowl cup (can be left out if hiking/camping alone or with those equally equipped). It also has a little telescopic spork that I carry but don't use as much as my other spork. You could certainly use the pot over a fire but would have to keep the lid off and I'm sure it would wreck the finish... Ideal for Mountain House/Wise type meals or even Ramen noodles/Easy Mac but you could make stew in it too if you needed to.

I recommend this for anyone who wants to go light but not go without.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Scalia on May 12, 2010
Size: One Size Verified Purchase
This is the best stove/cookset storage solution I have found so far. The quality is excellent. The non stick coating works very well but I dont have enough use on this stove to determine if it will degrade like most nonstick coating do. The best feature of this cookset is the locking handle design which allows me to securely close my cookset without using the extra stuffsack/cover.
I took out the cup and spoon because I prefer to use a folding titanium spoon and a squishy bowl. I can fit inside my stove a large size butane/isobutane fuel cannister, Snowpeak gigapower stove, homemade windscreen, bandanna, and small dropper bottle with soap.
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By PS Jordan on January 6, 2015
Size: One Size Verified Purchase
Review/comparison of GSI Pinnacle Soloist Cook Set (5 stars) vs. MSR Quick Solo System (4 stars).

Notes:
o I've used both of these sets with Primus Omnifuel stove (.45mm jet, canister fuel), which can throw out some serious BTU's.
o Weight is important to me but it is not my ultimate driving force in outdoor gear.
o When I state "boil" below, I mean "roiling boil", not "first tiny bubble" boil.

GSI positives
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Lightweight (about 11oz).
Compact size, components fit snugly with no rattling, especially if you place 230g fuel canister (or wrapped 100g canister and compact stove) inside. The "packable shape" seems efficient both internally and once you have it stuffed.
Storage bag turns into cleanup sink.
Pot lid doubles as a "click in" lid for the mug.
Non-stick surface seems durable, has not discolored.
Comes with (flimsy) spork/foon and small carry bag.
Nice 14oz mug/bowl with insulated "rubberized" shell.
Handle locks into place via squeezing/unsqueezing the handle rods, a decently robust method that should not wear out over time.

GSI negatives
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These are all "nits" as opposed to real "negatives":
Tall and skinny shape (4.5" wide x 4.75" tall, 1.1L), which is a feature and a bit of drawback in some situations. This pot is narrow enough that if the lid is used on the pot, I can only set my Omnifuel to about a low/medium setting (or else flames run up the sides, threatening the lid). Bringing 1.0L of cool water to boil at ambient above 30 degrees with pot cover takes around four minutes. Without cover and cranking the heat, it's about 3:15. Not a big deal.
Tall and skinny also means you are probably not going to use this pot as a skillet.
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