Who says you can’t take a frypan hiking? The lightweight Sea to Summit X-Pan features cleverly designed handles for easy packing and cooking.
This frypan is made from 5052 hardened alloy (thicker than that used in the X-Pot range), and high-grade stainless steel hinges to hold folding handles in place. Each handle has heat resistant food-grade silicone grips providing comfortable handling for a cook-up of any size.
Designed to nest a 2.8L X-Pot inside, the Sea to Summit X-Pan contributes to a complete cooking system for the gourmet trail chefs and lightweight campers alike.
Wondering whether there's a non-stick (i.e., Teflon) coating on this pan?
Emmylou - Erskineville, NSW(11 months ago)
These are hard anodised aluminium, so whilst not specifically a "non-stick" coating, it does do a similar job. As the X range is designed to be used with higher output hiking stoves, just be careful to not crank the heat too high - it is alittle challenging to get heavily burnt food off the base of these, as you need to be conscious not to scratch them. That's not to be a deterrent though! The X range is hugely popular, its just good to be aware of how to get the best out of them.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Can use one handed?1 answer
Handles look clever but do you need both hands to hold pan?
Derek - Canberra, ACT(2 years ago)
Yes, the X Pan is designed to be held using two hands when removing from the heat, with one on either side, a little like a stockpot. You can use one hand to secure the pan when stirring/flipping food during the cooking process.
Leece - Snowys(2 years ago)
Stove use1 answer
Can this be used in an induction cooktop?
Kirsten - Melbourne, VIC(3 years ago)
As the base is 5052 aluminium, it isn't magnetic, and therefore can't be used on an induction cooktop.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Can you cook on a jet boil stove with this pan?
John - Hocking, WA(3 years ago)
You shouldn't have any trouble using the Sea to Summit X Pan with the Jetboil Stove.
Lauren - Snowys(3 years ago)
Staking options1 answer
Just wondering if a delta plate will stack neatly in the x pan and if the 1.4 L x pot will stack neatly in the delta plate. If this is the case it would make a very usable and compact, bike camping cook option.
Angie - Franklin, ACT(3 years ago)
Great news, I've just tried this combo and it is a perfect fit, what a good idea!! The Delta Plate is the largest in the combo, so the pan will nestle in the plate, then the 1.4L pot inside the pan.