Bring your camp cooking kit into the new age with a Sea To Summit collapsible X-Pot 2.8L.
Made with a hard anodised aluminium base fused to flexible food grade silicone sides, the X-Pot cooks in an efficient and versatile manner. When you’re finished, the pot collapses down to just 4cm in height, and leaves space to store two X-Bowls and two X-Mugs inside.
Cleverly designed, its clear BPA-free lid incorporates a strainer, heat-proof handle, and handy tabs on the side which both facilitates easy handling of the pot and keeps items secure in transit.
Durable hard anodised aluminium base
Food grade heat resistant silicone sides
Clear BPA free lid with strainer
Heat proof handles on sides and lid
Handles secure lid when in transit
Stores two X-Bowls, and two X-Mugs inside
In Use Dimensions:
21L x 21W x 10.6H cm
21L x 21W x 4H cm
Food Grade Silicone | 6063−T6 Alloy
Staff tip:Only use these on gas stoves where the flame remains beneath the pot, they won't cope with being used over a campfire.
Butane stove?1 answer
Could you use this with a basic single burner butane canister type stove?
Sue - Brighton East, VIC (3 days ago)
Yes, you can use these on a lower BTU stove like a Butane cartridge option. Check out the 3rd product picture we have online, of the base of the pot. You can see a ring around the metal base which says "no flames past this point" - as long as you keep the burner flame low enough to stay within that marker, you should be fine.
Lauren - Snowys(15 hours ago)
Furno 360 use1 answer
I've seen reviews where this 2.8 l is used on a furno 360 for cooking pastas and curries etc, thoughts on that combo?
Arun - North Sydney, NSW(5 months ago)
Yes, these can be used on the 360 degrees Furno stove. This is one of the most popular combinations we sell!
Leece - Snowys(5 months ago)
Sea to summit cookware1 answer
Is it suitable to use of electric hotplate please?
Lyndal - Hervey Bay, QLD(9 months ago)
We've had these questions before on other products in the X range, so I'll add that for you here: By glass cooktop, I'm assuming you mean an electric one as opposed to induction? I can't see any reason why you couldn't, but you would need to adhere to the maximum flame/heat distribution ring printed on the base of the kettle. This is there to ensure the silicone sides of the kettle avoid as much direct heat as possible, so will mean you'd have to use the smallest 'burner' option. As the base is 5052 aluminium, it isn't magnetic, and therefore can't be used on an induction cooktop.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Work on a Coleman eventemp?1 answer
Would this be ok on the Coleman eventemp on the circular burners?
Darryl - Balaclava(1 year ago)
We wouldn't recommend using the X Pot on the Eventemp Stove. They've really been designed to use with smaller hike style burners, that throw a smaller flame. The Eventemp flame spreads a little too far and can damage the silicone sides of the X Pot
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Can it be used in a caravan oven?1 answer
I am looking for a pot to make casseroles
Julie - Cooroy (3 years ago)
The X Pot 2.8L is designed for use on a compact hiking style gas stove, so, unfortunately, we wouldn't recommend using the pot in your caravan oven.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Gas stove 1 answer
Can this be used on the Coleman HyperFlame FyreKnight Camping Stove Thanks
Hayden - Mackay (3 years ago)
We've had a good look at the X Pot 2.8L on the HyperFlame FyreKnight Stove and unfortunately, we don't think it will work. The silicone on the X Pots can't come in to contact with direct flame, and unfortunately, the diameter of the pot and the stove are the same, so we wouldn't want to risk the flame damaging the pot.