Primus LiTech Coffee Press Kit
|Price:||$19.50 - $123.35|
- Lightweight frying pan made from hard anodized aluminum with durable, non-stick, scratch resistant ceramic coating, Net Stuff Sack
- Integrated, non-slip silicone handles
- 1 liter
- 10 oz
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With the Primus Coffee/Tea Press Kit, chilly hikers, fishermen, and other outdoor adventurers can enjoy a nice, warm cup of fresh coffee or loose leaf tea outdoors. The pot can also be used on its own.
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The lid is convenient to sauté some small stuff or simply to use it to keep the spaghetti in the kettle while pouring the water out.
As another reviewer pointed out, a cottage cheese or margarine container will fit in the kettle, providing a lightweight secondary container (or if you simply want to put something inside the kettle but want to avoid scratching the coating).
All and all it is perfect for my needs: very lightweight, durable (I did drop it a few times), easy to clean, and Primus has more than a few accessories available for it. A great buy!
You can use the pan as a lid for the pot. You can remove the handle on the pan and use as a bowl. It handles fire well. It handles baking well. I cook with it primarily on the original MSR Pocket Rocket. No problems with the non-stick surface. Really the only thing I can see people complaining about is the size, to which I say: buy a bigger set. I'm a small woman, this makes enough food for me. I hope to fry fresh-caught blue gills on this in the summer. Side of rice, maybe... Hot green tea... God, I wish winter was over.
I finally got a chance to use this pot on a camping trip and I am very happy with it. I was able to cook enough oatmeal for my girlfriend and I in one go (it holds a lot of oatmeal) using this over my MSR camp stove. The handles stayed cool to the touch and easy to hold. The lid can also serve as a little skillet, but I did not get a chance to test that out.
I can easily fit either an 8-oz IsoPro fuel cansiter in the pot, or my MSR Pocket Rocket stove, Light My Fire titanium spork, spice kit, and some other small stuff in the pot. I usually just put the fuel canister somewhere else and stuff the pot with some loose bits I use in cooking. The pot comes with a nice mesh carry bag that keeps it all together. The lid does not lock down in any way, which makes me a little worried about spills when I have it perched atop my camp stove.
Powdered eggs cooked up nicely with some summer sausage mixed in using the lid / skillet. Delish. I plan to use the pot portion to boil a good portion of pasta and see how fast that is. I would recommend this to people not wanting to pay a very high premium for Titanium products.
I also purchased the Primus Coffee and Tea Press, and they work very well together (as one would hope). I definitely look forward to more camping trips using this setup!