GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Dualist 245;Person Cookset
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- 12-piece integrated set provides cooking and eating essentials for two campers
- Includes 2 bowls with graduations, 2 telescoping foons, 2 insulated mugs with sip-through lids, boiler pot with fold-over locking handle and strainer lid, and stove bag
- Welded stuff sack doubles as a sink for dishwashing; components nest together with room for an ultralight stove plus fuel
- Suitable for camp stove or open flame; folding handle locks into place for cooking or transport
- Measures 5.9 by 6.4 by 5.9 inches; weighs 24.7 ounces; backed by a full manufacturer’s warranty
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The GSI Glacier Stainless Dualist is the ultimate, integrated, campfire cooking and eating solution for ultralight backpacking. If you need kitchenware that can take a beating and keep on cooking, Glacier Stainless® is for you. Each piece is made of high-grade 18/8 stainless steel and built to last. A major leap forward in clean and green plastics, Infinity is an ultra-lightweight, completely recyclable, BPA-free alternative to polycarbonate resins. With exceptional clarity, jewel-like brilliance and 25% weight savings over polycarbonate, its beauty is truly inspired. Furthermore, Infinity will not absorb food odors like other plastics and will not leach plasticizers or other chemicals into food or beverage. It's dishwasher safe and becomes more stain-resistant with every wash.Crushproof lid made of Glacier Stainless steel prevents deformation of your pot/lid and includes an integrated strainer..Convenient folding handle locks into place for cooking and secures entire set for transport, eliminating the need for a stuff sack..Unique bowl + mug solution with low center of gravity and Sip-It virtually eliminates spills while the integrated insulating sleeve keeps your drinks hot..
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I own A LOT of GSI products. The kettle, minimalist, dualist, a couple of double boilers, the hard anodized extreme cooksets, both the small as well as the medium. I love them all. But the stainless stuff is garbage.
First, it is advertised as tough and durable, for boyscout use, IE over a fire. So the kids needing some gear I got a bunch of the GSI stainless stuff. I got the cookset with the two pots with the frypan lids, the stainless minimalist and the stainless dualist. Now remember, I also own those same products in their hard anodized aluminum and have nothing but good things to say about those.
I like to cook, I used to cook professionally, I know how to cook and I know how to use stainless steel to cook properly. ALL my kitchenware is stainless steel, heck, I have pans that cost more than all my GSI gear combined.
Ok so I'm getting ready for a camping trip so I take my GSI stainless stuff out and wanted to check it out beforehand. I used the large pan, at home, on a stove to make bacon and eggs. I put it on the stove and about 15 seconds later the metal distorts and pops sending sizzling hot butter and oil 3ft in the air hitting the underside of the cabinet above the stove. Then the butter bursts into flames charring and blackening the pan. I turn off the heat and try to remove the pan, oops, because the steel distorted the aluminum pot gripper no longer had a solid lock on the pan and it fell right off. Thankfully it didn't fall on me. After the pan cooled I wiped it clean and put it upside down and noticed it was not flat but round on the bottom, it pushes in and flexes badly, this will never sit flat on a grill and will have all oil\butter or pancake batter slide to one side.
The pots are much thicker material, no problem there. The pans are much thinner. I wish I still had a micrometer to check, but it's nearly as thin as a tin can. I can crush it with my bare hands, something I can't do with their hard anodized aluminum pans of the same size which I also own. I checked.
Ok so no fine cooking on these things. If you can call bacon and eggs fine cooking.
Off for a weekend
Some friends, some kids, some girlfriends all using the cool shiny GSI stuff I just brought along. All experienced outdoor cookers. I even told them to purposely be rough with the gear, I wanted to make sure they would last because I have been known to take 6 month treks and need my gear to last.
Minimalist stainless cup on a canister stove, also pops and distorts, dualist pot on a propane stove filled with baked beans also distorts and pops and some sections seem thinner than others, hence nice black burn marks. mmm cancerous beans, my favorite!
If you are looking for stainless steel cookware to use in a fire stay away from GSI. If you are looking for other outdoorsy items or any of their hard anodized aluminum then it is fantastic.
For stainless steel I have found that stuff from Thailand is great. I have nearly every MSR stainless steel pot and pan they make, all are made by Seagull of Thailand. Zebra pots are also fantastic and just as durable. I use one of the MSR Stowaway\Zebra lunchbox kits almost everyday for a to go meal. I make the food, lock the lid on with the handle and take it to work, careful, it's not waterproof so make sure it stays upright and you're not storing something too liquidy like soup in it. Thick stews are fine and usually don't leak more than 1 or 2 drops.
Now my stuff was bought a while back but only used recently, so I don't know if the newer stuff is better made, but for the prices they're asking I rather not buy more.
I'm not the type to return things that are used, I rather just never buy the stuff again.
Heck, even the super low priced stanley stainless steel stuff is better than this.
Oh, I do like the GSI stainless steel mugs, I have a bunch of those. But I do prefer the identical olicamp version simply because those have measurement marks.
I did not give this item 4 stars because the sporks seem extremely flimsy, and while i didnt use them, I would expect that if i relied on them for my main eating utensil id be eating with my hands pretty quick. Sporks are cheap and this should not be seen as a reason to avoid this product, just holds it back from getting a perfect score.
There are lots of cheaper cook sets out there, however if small size, low weight and build quality are important, you should not hesitate to buy this kit and a spork. Ive purchased the cheaper sets before and they eventually warp and parts become loose, while this set i dont expect ill ever have to replace, barring some sort of culinary incident.
All in all, the system is nice, may have just gotten a lemon.