|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||9.33 x 9.06 x 7.6 inches|
|Package Weight||2.65 Kilograms|
|Included Components||1 x L Pot 1 x M Pot 1 x Fry Pan 1 x Kettle 1 x Collapsible Water Container 1 x Collapsible Bucket 4 x Cups with Silicone Protectors 4 x Plates 4 x Forks 4 x Knives 4 x Spoons 4 x Storage Bag for Cutlery 2 x Cleaning Cloth 1 x Carrying Bag|
Odoland 29pcs Camping Cookware Mess Kit, Non-Stick Lightweight Pots Pan Kettle, Collapsible Water Container and Bucket, Stainless Steel Cups Plates Forks Knives Spoons for Outdoor Backpacking Picnic
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|Number of Pieces||29|
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- The Best Money You Ever Spent - The 29pcs camping cookware mess kit comes with 1 L pot, 1 M pot, 1 fry pan, 1 1.1L kettle, 1 2.6 gal collapsible container, 1 12L collapsible bucket, 4 x 230ml stainless steel cups with silicone protectors, 4 18cm stainless steel plates, 4 sets of dinner cutleries (4 forks, 4 knives, 4 spoons with 4 storage bags), 2 cleaning cloth and 1 carrying bag. This one-stop shopping camp cookware set is great for group camping cooking, emergency survival gear equipment.
- Perfect For 4 And More People - The camping pots have 2.4L and 1.9L capacity, the fry pan is of 8.7'' diameter and the kettle is 1.1L. Come with collapsible water container (2.6 gal/10L) and collapsible bucket (12L), it's perfect for storing water for cleaning dishes, sanitation & hand-washing stations, drinking or for storing your other favorite beverages. They will be great not just for boiling water but meal prep too. It's fully equipped and made to be used by 4 and more people.
- High Quality Pots And Pan - Both the camping pots, fry pan and kettle are made from anodized aluminum which is non-toxic and lightweight. Coated with a non-stick for easier use and clean up. Each piece has handles which are foldable and thermally isolated so you don’t burn your hand.
- Extra Stainless Steel Dinner Cutleries - You also receive several accessories - 4 sets of dinner cutleries and 2 cleaning cloth. The dinner cutleries are made from 304 stainless steel which is completely safe to use. All the forks knives spoons are foldable and can be easily packed into the cloth bags for simple storages. The cleaning cloth is safe to use on the coated surface and allows you fast and easy clean-up after you're done.
- All-In-1 Small Package - All pieces of this camping supplies nest great, and everything is stacked together and packed into a nylon mesh bag. Total weight is just 5.1lbs, and the package size measures 8.7x8.7x6.5 inches. You should definitely consider this camping cooking set for both rv road trip as well as traditional camping.
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The 29pcs mess kit does have everything you'll need in one package
10L Water Container
12L Multi-use Bucket
Stainless Steel Dishes
- 4 x Dishes
- Lightweight, easy to use and easy to clean, dishwasher safe.
All-In-1 Package - Lightweight for Backpacking
- Package weight : 5.1lbs
- Package size : 8.7*8.7*6.5 inches
- Package Includes : 1 x L pot, 1 x M pot, 1 x fry pan, 1 x 1.2L kettle, 1 x 2.6 gal collapsible container, 1 x 12L collapsible bucket, 4 x 230ml stainless steel cups with silicone protectors, 4 x 18cm stainless steel plates, 4 sets of dinner cutleries (4 forks, 4 knives, 4 spoons with 4 storage bags), 2 x cleaning cloth and 1 x carrying bag.
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|Suitable for||Grilling, Backpacking, Picnic and BBQ||Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, Picnic and other outdoor activities||Camping, Amusement Parks, Concerts, Office, Home, Dormitory and Other Outdoor Indoor Places||Camping, Amusement Parks, Concerts, Office, Home, Dormitory and Other Outdoor Indoor Places||Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Travel||Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Travel|
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2021
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Carrying Case: Personally, so far my only significant and unexpected complaint is that the travel bag seems very flimsy and is not the half-mesh style that was pictured. The bag pictured was half-mesh to allow airflow for things to continue to dry if not 100% dry when packed was a significant part of why I chose this set - being flimsy and fully enclosed was a disappointment as soon as I opened the box. Though the bag does leave a little extra room if you want to add something to it - such as the bonus collapsible bucker which fits in nicely, though the collapsible water jug wouldn't fit.
Cookware: Overall feels ok, but not very sturdy, so take care not to crush/bang/scratch.
--Pots & Pan: They seem sufficient for 2 people, but they might be a bit small to really cook for 4. The folding handles don't secure or lock into position and seem a bit easy to have shift/sway. Since they're two arms it seems they could have clipped together in some way for greater security. The handle/grip to both pot lids arrived a little loose and had to be hand tightened, only a concern if that recurs and or worsens over time - don't want them to fall/break off, especially while in use! The write-up didn't say they had vented/strainer lids - and they're not, but I had kinda been hoping they were and it seems silly not to be.
--Kettle: The lid is vented, but the kettle handle is not fully insulated as in the picture, and the insulated part seems a bit small for an adult hand.
--Plate/bowl combo things: They aren't quite enough of a plate or a bowl to be very useful as either and just end up being an ineffective compromise. As a plate there's not enough flat space to be an effective plate where you can use a knife and fork to cut anything. As a bowl it's not deep enough to hold much and looks like just dipping into it might send anything very liquidy spilling right over the edge. They might work as a bowl for some things (especially those that are dense/sticky) like oatmeal, eggs, rice, beans, a small salad (maybe milkless cereal?) - but not soup, stew, cereal with milk. As a plate it seems fine for a burger, pre-cut meat chunks, maybe a hotdog - but again nothing you actually need to cut with a knife and fork - just not enough flat space. **Note**: I separately ordered a set of 4 flat 8-inch stainless steel kids plates and they fit perfectly between the pan and the pots: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PJ57NLB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
--Cups: Small as expected, if you drink much you'll be refilling them often, but they pack well and seem durable.
--Insulating silicone cup protectors had three issues. First, they just don't cover enough to be very effective, unless you hold the cup with only three fingers you're going to end up touching the metal - not a big deal for me since I don't expect to be drinking hot things out of them all that often (we plan to have something separate for coffee/soup). Second, they are pictured in four colors (blue, red, yellowish-green, and grey), which seems handy for not mixing up which cup belongs to who, but we got two in the same color (two yellowish-green and no grey at all). Lastly, taking the insulating silicone cup protectors on and off is a bit of a pain and it seems silly they weren't designed to allow them to be stored with the protectors on (you need to take them all off to bundle them together and stuff them in the topmost cup).
--Folding Cutlery: Surprisingly decent. Note that they have a lock to prevent them from folding while in use. The spoon won't hold much and will work best with things that are dense/sticky, but the knife has a fairly decent cutting edge to it for something like this. The size isn't ideal, but good for a travel set and sized to be between adult and child so they work well enough for any age. Each set comes in its own little velcro bag, which seems helpful to be sure they don't scratch the non-stick coating on the cookware when packed up, and they store well - I pretty easily fit three sets inside the kettle before tucking the cups in. **Note**: you may want to bring plastic cutlery and or cooking utensils to avoid scratching the non-stick coating on the cookware.
--Collapsible Bucket: Unexpectedly came in its own small drawstring bag which I was concerned it would be hard to fit back into, but it works rather well. It's not all that big, but seems sufficient for several purposes such as washing hands, washing dishes, gathering/carrying water, using as a small open cooler full of ice.
--Collapsible Water Jug: **NOTE**: Unscrew/remove the spigot before trying to unfold - when fully sealed/packed it's vacuum-tight and may tear if pulled. From other reviews I expected it to be more flimsy than it seems. Clearly, it's not overly sturdy, but with some gentle handling I think it will be ok for a fair while, but things like this won't last forever. Some reviews talked about it leaking from the spigot and being unsteady so it might roll/fall - I would assume when full you should leave it spigot up and turn it over to use it, and or store it on the ground or secured between other things.
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- The green bag to wash dishes was way more functional than I thought. I used it a couple times to wash everything at once on a table. It folded up pretty small too.
- The pots/pans/plates and cups were all pretty functional. The plates and cups are a touch on the small side, but any bigger and you risk having a huge package to carry / canoe around.
- The colored things to slip on the cups didn't fit super well. They got on and stayed on, but they seemed to have a strange fit and was lose on the bottom and tight at the top.
- The cutlery sort of bends the wrong way. I could times I was cutting into my steak and the knife bent in half. It only happened a couple times, but it was a bit annoying to have things bend when I wasn't putting too much force into it.
Obviously, these are super minor inconveniences, and everything else was awesome. I would recommend at this price point since you can certainly spend a lot more on this type of gear.
Lo que no me gustó es que las ollas se me hicieron muy delgadas y por ser de aluminio espero que no se deformen o dañen al ponerlas a fuego directo.