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- ASIN: B0178C5JE4
- Item model number: 100
- Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Sea to Summit X-Pot
|Price:||$49.95 - $79.95|
- Outdoor / Camping Cookware
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Sea To Summit X-Pot is a great, collapsible cooking pot with a capacity for around 2 to 3 campers. The translucent lid features a built in strainer and can be locked down to the pot. The base of the pot is also made of stove-friendly aluminium. Bon appétit! 1.4 L 2.8 L Weight 250g 325g
Top Customer Reviews
Also it's only been hand washed, no dishwasher.
For $50 I'm disappointed, apparently finding a replacement lid is out of the question so now j just have a collapsible bowl.
I have a cheap tiny propane burner - on low to medium the flames touch just in the center of the pot. I recently got a ceramic butane stove that works wonders with this - the flames are centralized to a 5 inch ceramic disc with no flame leaks. This protects the silicone from excessive heat and efficiently transfers heat from the aluminum base into the water.
Boil time using my ceramic heater is 7 minutes to a boil at maximum capacity. I use it just to heat up water to drink or hot dogs. I haven't drunk water boiled in the silicone by itself, but have added it to tea and hot cocoa so far and haven't noticed any weird taste effects.
After letting it cool, I merely rinse it off with water and a bit of soap, let it dry and collapse it again for storage. I also have the X-Bowl (but not the cup) that nestles inside, but it does shake around a little bit so I pad it with paper towels that I use for cleaning the unit. The unit is light, but do be careful of dropping it, the aluminum can dent, which will put stress when heating up and eventually wear through.
The plastic lid is good for straining YES, however too much exposure to heat will cause it to grow brittle and eventually crack. I would AVOID straining with it to guarantee longevity. And make sure you do not lock the clasps when boiling, you will cause the silicone to deform and potentially make the whole thing explode from pressure.
That said, I'm very happy with this unit.
One thing to note - Sea to Summit does stand by its products.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worth Every Penny!!!! Incredible compact, easy to use, easy to clean, and heats up very quickly and loved it on my annual camping trip with friends!Published 4 months ago by CEK1006
Used this for two weeks on a backpacking trip, and it developed two small holes right at one of the seams.Published 5 months ago by Zorgdoff
I just returned from a weekend long camping trip during which I used my 4 liter Xpot numerous times. Outside of my coveted vintage cast iron, this is my favorite piece of cookware. Read morePublished 7 months ago by johninde