GSI Outdoor Hard Anodized Dutch Oven
|Price:||$53.00 - $139.95|
- 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 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.
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).
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If weight is not an issue for you, go with the cheaper and much lauded Lodge which is made in the U.S.A. I paid 89.66 for this, so I think it is high-priced at $109. If weight is an issue for you, this is an easy to use and lighter alternative. I take off one star only because this dutch oven is made in Taiwan or China (oven says one thing, box said another). The only fault I had with this oven from the start was the handle. It would bind and catch, then scratch the oven on the sides. But I guess some dings and scratches are to be expected when camping. Using brute force, I ended up bending the handle to my liking so it flops better. Also with liquid, you have to be very steady when picking up the oven, or it will slosh and want to tip and dump the contents. It feels like it has a high center of gravity. I did not bother with the GSI carrying case, so I store it in my camper in the box in which it came.