California Proposition 65
- ceramic, aluminum
- pot, Talon pot handle, strainer lid
- 6.8 x 3.8in
- Claimed Weight:
- Recommended Use:
- camping, backpacking
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- limited 3 years
Ceramic Solo Pot
- Lightweight and durable stove for backpacking
- Ceramic coating is scratch-resistant, easy-to-clean, and handles high heat
- Hard-anodized aluminum disperses heat evenly
- Includes strainer lid for easy draining
Made it through the fire
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This pot has made it through the fire, literally. After running out of fuel on the first night of a trip (poor planning on my part), I was forced to resort to holding this pot over an open campfire. It held up great. No warping and it came surprisingly clean afterwards. I love the handle.
If One Pot is All You Need.....
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Love this pot. I picked it up to add to my backpacking light setup. I wanted one pot to go with my MSR Universal Stove as well as my MSR Pocket Rocket. The down-n-dirty--the size is versatile and allows me to pack just one pot, the ceramic coating is awesome for non-stick and beats out teflon for environmentally friendly (skip the metal utensil interaction in order to preserve a long and healthy ceramic life), handy drain holes in the lid, solid handle locks into place for cooking and is heat-resistant, easy to clean--just stick with something softer and non-abrasive. GREAT FIND
Go to gear
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Light weight, good size, eazy clean up. Not a thick cooking pot so you still have to watch the heat to prevent burning anything, but gives a quick boil.
MSR Ceramic Nonstick Aluminum Cookware
MSR’s Ceramic nonstick aluminum cookware brings kitchen quality performance to backcountry cooking. The pots’ durable ceramic surface is the toughest nonstick coating we’ve ever found—it’s scratch-resistant, easy to clean and handles high-temperature cooking. The pots’ lightweight aluminum construction keeps pack weight low so you can cover the miles before cooking up a backcountry feast.