Aimed at the lightweight food loving camper, the 360 Degrees Furno Large Cook Set comprises everything the outdoor chef will need to cook up a feast for 1-3 people.
Made from hard-anodised aluminium, this cook set is easy to clean and will last many seasons. It comprises a 3L pot with lid (235g), 2L pot with lid (168g), 1L pan (126g), pot gripper (44g), microfiber dish cloth (12g), and a storage pouch (30g). That’s right, everything you will need to boil, sauté, and fry up a gourmet meal in the bush.
The nesting design means it is perfect for the weight and space-conscious car camper and hiking duo or group alike. Hiking solo? Just take the 2L pot with you – more than enough for your freeze dry meal and cups of tea.
I bought the 360 Degree pot set, and realised it was troublesome if you were trying to cook or boil water for more than 2 meals and drinks to accompany it. decided to buy the large cook set, and have found myself choosing the large cook set more often than the pot set. the beauty of this set up is, if you could just bring one pot for solo trips as well. sure, it'll be an overkill, but you'd be able to cook in this as compared to the pot set.
plus the frying pan is perfect for eggs and bacon in the morning, so what's there to complain about?
Really happy with this pot set. Perfect size to put in your backpack and go hiking. We used them for 2 adults and 2 kids. They cleaned up really well and they show no heat signs or marks on the bottom after use.
They also pack down well together and you can also fit a 100g butane can in with them while packed down.
great for 2 people
Are all components compatible with the following stove: https://www.snowys.com.au/furno-stove
Yes, the 360 Degrees Furno Cook Set is going to be compatible with the Furno stove from 360 Degrees.
can they be used on a induction cooker?
This pot set is made of hard anodized aluminum which is an excellent conductor however by itself is not compatible with an induction cooktop. (Manufacturers often overcome this by using a stainless steel plate on the base of an aluminium pan to make it compatible however this is not the case with this model).
For other suitable options, cast iron, steel, and stainless steel pans with an iron base or core are good, but glass, aluminium and copper generally are not. We have some cast iron options within our camp cooking range but unfortunately they are not as light or compact as the hiking range.
I hope this information helps but feel free to give us a call if you have further questions.
That's a good question Jeff, I had to go and test this myself. The large lid fits 'inside' the frying pan rather than sit on top of it. It's a neat fit, but the only thing stopping it from going right to the bottom of the frypan would be the food within. The saucepans have a lip in which the lid sits so it stays on top of the pot.
Hi are these just for a gas burner or can they go on a grill over a campfire?
You should be able to use the Furno Large Cook Set over any gas stove, or a fire as long as it's a small one - just be wary that using this set on a fire will blacken the cookware a bit.
is it possible to get an extra handle for this set. I just know I will lose it
Hi, you might like to check this for yourself, the pots are not large enough to fit the claimed volume. We've just bought them locally & checked the volume claimed when home. Have been looking on the web for similar complaints. 3L fits 2.4L & 2L pot fits 1.57L Regards,
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