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  • GSI Outdoors - Halulite Pot - Aluminum - One Color
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GSI Outdoors - Halulite Pot - Aluminum

GSI Outdoors Halulite Pot - Aluminum

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$20.99 $37.95

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    • One Color, 2L
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    Tech Specs

    uncoated hard-anodized aluminum
    Pot Volume:
    2 L, 3.2 L
    Pot Dimensions:
    [2L] 8.1 x 8.1 x 4.0 in, [3.2L] 9.2 x 9.2 x 4.8 in
    Built-in Strainer:
    yes, in lid
    Pot Grabber:
    yes, bail handles
    Grooved Bottoms:
    Storage Sack:
    yes, mesh
    Pot Weight:
    [2L] 1 lb 2 oz, [3.2L] 1 lb 4 oz
    Recommended Use:
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Cook gourmet even on the trail.

    Who says camping means eating burnt-to-a-crisp food nuggets roasted on a stick? Bring the GSI Outdoors Halulite Pot to camp, and make any dish your mind conjures for yourself and your camp-mates. Hard anodized aluminum is lightweight and durable, while the uncoated metal is impervious to scratching. Handles and silicone thumb pads allow for burn-free carrying, and integrated straining holes allow you to easily make pasta without having to carry a bulky strainer or lose precious noodles through a botched straining attempt. A spiral-turned base securely grips grills and stovetops, and an included mesh stuff sack makes packing simple and easy.

    • Anodized aluminum
    • Dual, locking, stainless-steel bail handles
    • Integrated straining holes in lid
    • Silicone thumb pads
    • Spiral-turned base
    • Mesh stuff sack included

    Love the pot

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Great pot for the car camping trips, pretty good inbetween when it comes to weight. Light weight but not titanium backpacking light. Built in strainer is perfect.

    Sweet Pot!

      I picked up the 2L addition of the Halulite. I was impressed with how quickly I was able to boil water compared to some other backpacking pots I have used in the past.

      Great Large Group Pot

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought the large pot and it's been great to use when camping with a large group - I've cooked for 5-6 pretty comfortably with it. It's light enough to use for shorter backpacking or car camping, although a bit awkward to pack given the size.

      It sits well on a whisperlite if you have a good flat surface and aren't knocking it around.