GSI Halulite MicroDualist CooksetFor a super lightweight, efficient, and durable backcountry cookset for two, it doesn't get any better than the GSI Halulite MicroDualist.
- Halulite cookware is made from a proprietary alloy as light as Titanium that conducts heat better and more evenly; each piece is also Hard Anodized to withstand scratches and abrasions
- Bowls and mugs are made with Infinity, an ultra-lightweight, BPA-free, recyclable alternative to Polycarbonate resins; will not absorb food odors or leach chemicals into your food/beverages; completely dishwasher safe
- Crushproof, heat-resistant nylon lid and silicone ring will not deform in packs and includes an integrated strainer
- Convenient folding handle locks into place for cooking and secures the entire set for transport, eliminating the need for a stuff sack
- Unique bowl and mug solution with low center of gravity and Sip-It lid virtually eliminates spills; integrated insulating sleeve keeps your drinks hot
- Ingenious welded stuff sack holds set while traveling and doubles as a sink or wash basin in camp
- Includes: 1.4 L pot, strainer lid, two 14 fl. oz. insulated mugs, two 14 fl. oz. bowls, 2 Sip-It tops, 2 telescoping foons, and stove bag/ welded sink
- Packed Dimensions: 5.6 x 5.5 x 5.9 in.
- Weight: 1 lb. 2 oz.
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- Coated Handle
- Small Stuff Sack
Comments about GSI Halulite MicroDualist Cookset:
I have taken this cook set on two backpacking trips now so it's seen enough use to make meaningful comments. I like that it's light weight and that the handle is coated. I had an older version of this pot that was a lot harder to hold because of the hot handles. That said, the handle coating could be better. The first half inch of the coating has been burned off already. I used this pot with an MSR Wisperlight and the bottom of the pot is small enough that a lot of heat goes up the sides. I was hopeful that the wisperlight would fit inside the pot when done, and while the diameter is perfect, the height was too short for the pump and windscreen to fit inside and still use the pot lid. The stuff sack is also too small (by about 1/2") to fit properly, so is essentially a waste. If you can live with these minor anoyances, the pot itself is great. If I could change two things it would be to make the pot about 3/4" taller and to remove the included contents. The bowl and spoon set would be better off sold seperately. I left them both at home as I have better items for these functions (form follows function, not the space left over in a pot).
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