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Texsport Stainless Steel Backpackers Cook Set

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  • Set nests together containing
  • 5-1/2 copper bottom fry pan
  • 24-Ounce copper bottom pot with lid
  • 20-Ounce copper bottom pot with lid
  • 8-Ounce plastic cup
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Product Description

TexSport Cookware Set 13430 Cookware

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 6.2 x 3.8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000P9IR8I
  • Item model number: 13430
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,579 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It looks to be well made.
R.C.
I am not an avid backpacker, however I used this set with my BioLite Camp Stove and was very happy.
barakdulac
This set fits very nice in the draw string bag.
J B

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Townsaver87 on April 30, 2012
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This is my second purchase of this item. My first set "walked away". I liked it enough to buy another one, and that is saying alot. This set will hold up to a campfire, and will not disintigrate like the cheap and thin aluminum sets. Everything fits into the largest pot so space is not a big issue. The extra weight is made up in durability and functionality. You are not going to feed a family with this set unless you have to, but this is not designed for that. The base of the pots have copper coating and thus transfer heat quickly and evenly, a real plus. If it gets destroyed after a few harsh uses, so what, not like you paid hundreds for it. Titanium is nice and all, but you better be rich!

All and all this set performs well in the field. The cups are measuring cups too, nice little bonus. Comes with a carrying satchel as well. I would recommend this to friends and family and not regret it.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Daniel L. Charles on April 24, 2009
i bought this kit almost ten years ago...(the cups back then were blue). it has come on every camping trip ive been on since and has been a great mess kit. over the years ive lost the plasic cups, but they werent too helpful anyways. it has held up very well, seeing what i put it through each trip. eventually the plasic on the handles will become a bit brittle, but i usually bring along a pot holder anyways, which makes that a non-issue. the set fits together very well and the copper bottoms help with heat distribution. i gave it 4 stars because its great but not perfect. the handles fold out of the way well, but eventually the plastic wears out. the plasic cups are CHEAP-but who cares. the sack mine came in was plasic (useless)...and im not sure if thats changed- if not, id suggest getting a mesh stuff sack. overall, this is a great set for camping-its too heavy for backpacking. the stainless steel is a welcome change to anyone used to using aluminum. [...]
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By TechnoAmazonian on July 15, 2012
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There has been recent "concern" that aluminum might add bad taste to food, or even contribute to Alzheimer's disease. That's too bad, because Aluminum is lightweight has about 10x the thermal conductivity of steel. If Aluminum is a concern (the Boy Scouts use Aluminum mess kits), stepping-up one notch in cost (and safety?) leaves you at this unit. It is a reasonably made unit, but as some reviewers noted, the copper bottom might be electroplated (more for looks) and the copper coating may (?) not endure heavy use and scrubbing. I do not like plastic cups in my mess kits, so I completed this set by adding a metal "REI Campware Sierra Cup Item # 765762" from REI (exclusive? - some ultralighters use only this unit as a solo cook & drink ware). If you want a larger and better cooking kit, try "GSI Outdoors Glacier" heavy duty stainless steel (but this approaches real kitchen cooking, not backpacking - noting some people like these and simply use them at home and on the go), or the elitist ultralight "Snow Peak Titanium" cookware. This Texsport kit is good for general, emergency, or light use - consider it a Boy Scout mess kit upgrade with more pieces and a bit more weight - recommended in that category.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Rowdy on January 4, 2012
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This kit is ideal for two people. largest pan boils water in a FLASH at Sea level. I use a Coffee Press, it is EXACTLY the same volume as the press. I have prepared Freeze Dried Breakfasts for 2 in the large pan, let the food rehydrate while preparing additional dishes in the other pans....I highly recommend it

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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By C. Perry on September 10, 2009
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So far, so good. The copper bottoms are terrific, distributing heat more evenly, which helps campfire food cook more evenly and quickly. The stainless steel is awesome too: No non-stick coats to worry about scratching up with my ad-hoc stirrer (i.e., a stick or some silverware)--not to mention that stainless steel gives me way more assurance of long-term safety compared with aluminum, which has been linked to early onset of Alzheimer's. In addition to all the pots fitting snugly into each other, this mess kit comes with a little bag, too, for super-easy storage.

CON: I have to say, the material the handles are coated with is a touch (OK, totally) nonsensical, since it can easily melt if directly over a fire too long. Take care to keep the handles at the edge of your roaring flames, and use a cloth to handle them while cooking. But overall, a GREAT value for the price.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By SirLancelot on June 9, 2014
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I bought this for an intro into backpacking on a budget price. I wasn't looking for some ultra lightweight set made of space age metals at champaign prices, but something basic to use once or twice a year that compacted to a small size and more than anything else, was functional. I took this out the week after receiving it on a 2-nighter with my daughter. I found that this one set was perfect for two people. I used it primarily to boil water and to eat out of, not so much for food preparation itself. I used it for Mountain House meals, which come in a bag that you're supposed to add boiling water to. After the specified 8-9 minute wait time I'd dish it out into one of the bowls or pan from this set to eat out of. That said I don't know how the pans would behave if you're trying to actually COOK in them on a backpacking stove. I imagine that with some cooking oils (if frying), or frequent stirring (with soups/similar foods) you could minimize the issue of food burning/sticking to the pots/pans.

They clean very easily and the lids fit well. They're easily removable so you don't have to fear accidentally tipping a full pot of boiling water when you take the lids off. The included cup is a bit of a joke in my opinion, as are all tiny cups like that. When I drink coffee I want at least a solid 12oz, or 16oz if possible. 6oz cups are good only for measuring at best. That said, I drink out of my Nalgene bottle which already has volume markings on the side of the bottle.

Some reviews have said the plastic fold-out handles easily melt or get very hot when cooking over a campfire. I imagine that would be the case, but when cooking over a backpacking stove like I did, they didn't even get warm since the heat source is relatively minimal in diameter.
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