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Stanley Adventure Camp Cook Set

by Stanley
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  • Vented lid lets you cook on camp stoves or grills
  • 18/8 stainless steel won't rust; naturally BPA-free
  • Locking handle extends for cooking, folds to save space
  • Two nesting 10oz/295mL insulated cups included
  • Dishwasher safe
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Stanley Adventure Camp Cook Set + Ultralight Backpacking Canister Camp Stove with Piezo Ignition 3.9oz (silvery Stove and orange box)
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Product Description

STEEL COOKER + TWO NESTING CUPS Anyone can be a seasoned outdoorsman with this simple, smart cook set. Cook in the stainless pot. Eat out of the two 10oz cups included inside. Tailgate, campsite, fishing, approved.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.7 x 3.9 x 11.6 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005188T90
  • Item model number: 10-01290-008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (236 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,359 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Very well constructed company for all there products.
Chris S.
I personally bought a ultralight backpacking canister camp stove with Piezo ignition 3.9oz seperately, which fits inside of the cup!
I really like the handles that fold over and lock on the pot lids.

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92 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Candid Reviewer TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 10, 2012
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I sold camping gear at a major outfitter for a number of years, and I've been a gear-junkie for over half my life. I can't believe I've never come across this set before now, but I haven't. And I also can't believe how absolutely perfect this set is for a minimalist expeditioner, at such an unbelievably low cost. The price is fair as-is, but I would expect it to cost three times as much since inferior designed sets by well-known ultralight brands usually cost a lot more, and since the price of stainless steel has gone up so much in recent years.

Here's what is amazing about this cookset...

PERFECT SIZE FOR ONE OR TWO MINIMALISTS. Usually, a cookset that is designed for two will be appreciably larger, but if you're a minimalist and like to keep things simple, there is plenty of space here without overdoing it. The pot holds 24 fl. oz. which means you can toss in a typical can of food, such as chili or spaghettios, and heat it right up without having to fill it dangerously to the brim. It also happens to be exactly the right size for two or three cups of instant hot chocolate, and enough for the water requirements of many prepackaged dehydrated meals. In my experience a lot of cooksets are either a little too small or (far more commonly) larger or more awkwardly sized than they need to be. I much prefer a narrow, taller pot to a really wide, shallow one, but they can be hard to find. This one is perfect.

ACCEPTABLE WEIGHT. Backpackers who count every gram may grumble to see that it's made of stainless instead of titanium, but the weight will be quite acceptable to all but the most obsessive ultralight folks. The stainless steel is thin enough to minimize weight without being so thin as to deform easily under pressure or heat.
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120 of 125 people found the following review helpful By kylemag on December 22, 2011
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This stanley cookset is absolutely awesome, especially for the price. I would have paid double the actual price and still been happy with my purchase. Once you get this item in your hands, you will notice how high quality and rugged the construction is.

The set includes:
1 stainless steel cooking mug
1 stainless steel mug top
2 plastic 10 oz cups

This consists of a rugged stainless steel construction and feels like it will take an absolute beating. it also has measurements on the side that range from 8oz to 20 oz that are spaced out by 4 oz increments. This is handy for knowing how much to heat up to fill the two 10 oz cups. Also, the mug has a folding handle that is long enough to be away from the fire so it doesn not get too hot. This folding handle also locks the top in place while you are storing it at your house or in your pack. It may be a little narrow for some stoves as reported, but it works great with the MSR Pocket Rocket which is, in my opinion, the best camp stove out there. The cup is also wide enough to fit the smaller fuel cans inside. But if you do this, the two cups will not fit.

This is also stainless steel and is made to the same quality as the mug. It has a few tiny holes at the top for steam to escape and a ruberized pull tab at the top for removal when hot. This tab also locks the top in place when the swing arm is over the top for stowing. By having a top, you can boil water faster and, consequently, save the fuel you bring along with you. It is a very convinient and user friendly design.

Both cups are 10 oz and are insulted and built very well. They are BPA free and fit right into the mug for compactable storage.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By The Gyro Captain on August 16, 2012
I actually found the Stanley Adventure Camp Cook Set in a big-box store, and my initial opinions were mixed. On the one hand, I've always liked Stanley products. Conversely, I had an automatic inhibition about buying any hiking/camping items in a big-box store (I think that might make me a gear-snob, which is something I need to take ownership of). After buying the set and using it, I've found I really enjoy it, and it was well worth the money.

A few random points...

* This is a very sturdy set: mine has held up to the typical rigors of camping/hiking. One reviewer stated he could squeeze it with his hands, thereby bending it out of shape. I agree that you could do that. But one needs to understand there is a fine line between being a hiking/camping cook set and an in-home cooking set. If Stanley were to make the cook set thick enough that you cannot squeeze it would result in a cup/pot that is too heavy to be an asset in the field.

* The lid is a great asset, that speeds along the cooking process. One reviewer mentioned melting the little plastic handle on the lid. I'm surprised, as I've boiled water and cooked food in my Stanley, both on stoves and directly on the fire, without any negative affects to the handle. I suppose if mine was to melt, I would just replace it with a piece of wire, and drive on.

* I like the handle arrangement on the Stanley: it locks down for use as a handle, and locks in the up position to secure the lid for travel. The handle is long enough to keep it out of the flames when placed directly on the fire. Not for nothing, but the directions provided by Stanley say not to use it on open flame: I think that is more for legal purposes as anything else.
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