A versatile cooking system for group journeys, the durable and easy to pack Sigma Cookset 2.2 from Sea to Summit won’t let you down out in the field.
This set comes with two pots made from marine grade stainless steel, with a grippy black base to help absorb heat and prevents slippage on top of a stove during use. When you’re cooking your meal, just rest the lids on the side of the pots thanks to the clever silicone LidKeep, and once you’re ready to wash up, the large interior makes them easy to clean. They also have a Pivot-Lock handle which stays secure in use and locks away safely for transport. Draining pasta or vegetables is a breeze as the lids have a strainer, and you can get precise measurements as the sides have a graded scale.
This set also comes with two insulated mugs, and two ergonomically shaped bowls that are lightweight, BPA free and microwave safe – so the Sigma Cookset 2.2 will have you covered when it comes to outdoor cooking.
2 x insulated mugs and 2 x ergonomically shaped bowls included
2 x marine grade stainless steel pot
Pivot-Lock locks in place during use and locks away for transport
Silicone LidKeep for resting the lid on the side in use
Grippy black base for better heat absorption
Sigma pots nest neatly with separately available Delta Light tableware
Large internal radius for easy cleaning
Graded scale on side
In Use Dimensions:
32.9L x 18.2W x 12.1H cm
18.2L x 18.2W x 12.1H cm
1 x 2.7L Sigma Pot | 1 x 1.2 L Sigma Pot | 2 x 0.75 L DeltaLight Bowl | 2 x 0.35 L DeltaLight Insulmug
Pot − Marine Grade Stainless Steel | PIVOT−LOCK™ Handle with Silicone Grip | Bowl & Mug − Glass−reinforced Polypropylene & BPA−Free | Mug has Neoprene Sleeve
What's the difference between this set and the Alpha Set?1 answer
I'll be car camping so looking for a sturdy pot set than a light weight
Arzu - KURNELL(1 year ago)
The Sigma Range is made from Marine Grade Stainless Steel, while the Alpha Range is made from Hard Anodised Aluminium. Aside from this, they both have the same great features, with bowls and mugs included. If weight isn't going to be a factor we'd generally recommend going for the Sigma set.