The Stainless Steel Pot Set 6-Piece by Campfire is the perfect meal prep set for those family campsite feeds.
The stainless steel construction of food-safe materials guarantees durability amid outdoor kitchen dynamics. Its compact storage system has each pot nesting in another, boding well for easy stashing and safe transit. Plus, the lids can be used as plates for double the dinnertime convenience.
Stashed snug in the included mesh storage bag, the Campfire Stainless Steel Pot Set 6-Piece delivers bolstering outdoor dinners to feed the family.
Stainless steel construction for durability
Compact and lightweight design
Folding handle for lid security
Mesh storage bag included
Set includes: 1 x 3L pot with lid, 1 x 1.8L pot with lid, 1 x 900mL pot with lid
In Use Dimensions:
0.9L − 22L x 14W x 14H cm | 1.8L − 27L x 18W x 18H cm | 3L − 32L x 22W x 20H cm
24.5L x 22.5W x 13H cm
1.53 Kg | 0.9L − 0.350 Kg | 1.8L − 0.480 Kg | 3L − 0.660 Kg | Bag 0.040 Kg
1.5 L | 2 L
locking bails?2 answers
Hi guys. Just looking at the photos for this cook set and I noticed that the bails have an elongated slot where the fastening pins go through them, rather than just a hole. Does that mean you can lock the bail in place by pulling up on it, or is just decorative? Thanks in advance!
Kate - Woolamai, VIC (3 months ago)
You can't lock it into a fixed position just generally, but when you carry the pot by the bail handle it does slide up and a small tab holds it in place, preventing it from tipping. It is essentially a safety feature for when you're moving a full pot about, but it will slip back down as soon as you're not actively lifting. Hope that make sense!
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
That does make sense - thank you.
Kate - Woolamai, VIC (2 months ago)
Camp fires1 answer
Can it be used to cook on camp fires?
Chloe - Kinglake West, VIC (11 months ago)
Yep, there's no reason why these couldn't be used for campfire cooking, but they'd be best kept to hanging from suspension-based open fire cooking, or sitting on a grill plate, instead of going directly into the coals. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Pot handles1 answer
Can you advise whether a) the hoop handles on the pots can be removed, and b) whether the pots can be used with a typical pot handler such as that included with the MSR 2 Pot SS Alpine Cookset.
John - Teralba, NSW(12 months ago)
The hoop handles on the pots cannot be removed unless you are willing to cut the rivets off the hold them into place. I've used the pot gripper from the Trangia range, which is essentially the same thing, and it works well with this pot set. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(12 months ago)
induction cooker3 answers
Hey team..... can you find out if this cook set can be used on a induction cooker? ...... ta
Todd - Woodberry, NSW(1 year ago)
I'm going to say no here. I took my trusty magnet down to the cookware & it's not convincing. The magnet does stick, but only just and I could literally blow it off if I wanted too. We had a customer say they worked for him, but they didn't work for our store manager on his. I am aware that not all induction cookers are equal, and given the magnetism on these pots is negligible at best I wouldn't be confident in saying these will consistently work.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Hey Lauren, thanks for the reply...... the missus had bought a Bellini 2100 watt portable induction cooker for the van and I tried both the Stanley and campfire pots on the cooker , time for 2.5l water to boil at 1600watts was between 6-7 mins...... like you said all cookers aren't the same but this combo works.... hope this helps others.
Todd - Woodberry(12 months ago)
Thanks for the feedback Todd, I'm sure it would be helpful for sure!