GSI Outdoors Halulite Boiler
|Price:||$28.87 - $41.23|
- Weight: 1.1 L: 8.6 oz.; 1.8 L: 11 oz.
- Dimensions: 1.1 L: 5.0" x 4.8" x 5.1"; 1.8 L: 5.8" x 6.0" x 5.6"
- Material: Hard Anodized Aluminum
- Includes: Boiler, lid and mesh stuff sack.
- Convenient folding handle locks into place for cooking and secures entire set for transport.
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Say goodbye to scratches, burn circles and ounces. As light as Titanium, Halulite is a proprietary alloy that also conducts heat better and more evenly-so you can leave the extra fuel at home. Plus, every piece is Hard Anodized to create a surface that withstands scratches and abrasions like nothing else. It's ultra light without the sacrifices. Now that's smart.
Top Customer Reviews
Great little pot for big one person meals or normal sized two person meals. It's anodized aluminum so it remains strong without being too heavy and it is also scratch resistant. It comes in a mesh bag which isn't too special. The little handle on the lid is spring loaded so it won't lay flat and melt. The handle on the pot is very sturdy and the silicon grip works very well. It has embossed mL and oz measurements on the side.
The one and only thing that this pot lacks is a pour spout.
1L nalgene bottle for scale.
After removing the hot contents and turning off the heat the pot cooled down enough to touch within 2 minutes. So from set up to tear down I had 2 cups of hot water in more or less 10 minutes.
I can fit a 4oz fuel canister (with room to spare) and an ignition system inside and still be able to close the lid and snap back the handle. I can also snuggly store an 8oz fuel canister inside if I wanted.
Handle locks in place in both the closed and open positions. In order to move the handle you must squeeze to release the locks, easy to do without gloves on.
4/5 stars simply because the lid does not have any holes at the top so I cannot use it as a strainer. Trail pasta anyone?
Compact design, however, I personally wish It was taller rather than wider. When I placed it in the side "water bottle mesh pocket" on my pack it streached out the fabric more than I wanted (Deuter Lite 65+10).
Weighs less than a full soda can, but more than 100g (tried to weigh it but my scale won't go a over 100g). The lid alone weighs 35g if that means anything to anyone.
Haven't tested it on the trail yet, I might replace it with a slimmer/taller pot if I find something better.
Edit: Replaced it with the Stanley 24 oz cook set.
It's smallish, but it handles 1 liter just fine- just big enough for morning coffee- 2 adults.
No pour lip, but it pours well without it.
So far this thing has been across the country, no dents or weird aluminum hazing- all good after many, many boils.
The little silicone top handle is about to come off, but otherwise it's superb.
I have both the 1.1L and 750ml. I prefer the 750ml for backpacking as it takes up a little less room. Use the 1.1L for car camping. The 750 nests my solo stove pro and waterproof matches inside it perfectly. It all cinches up nicely inside the mesh bag.