Packing a frypan, pot and a kettle into your trekking kit can often be a space-sapping method - that's why the Sea to Summit X-Set 32 challenges that approach!
A complete cooking set featuring the X-Pan, a 2.8L X-Pot, and the handy little 1.3 L X-Pot Kettle - all items are nestled together in an incredibly packable set, fit for cooking degustation menus for the whole campsite.
Made with hard anodised bases, heat resistant food-grade silicone and a featured strainer in the X-Pot lid - the X-Set 32 is a comprehensive and compact cook set for trekking and camping.
3-piece cooking kit
Includes X-Pan, 2.8L X-Pot and X-Pot Kettle
Mix and match with other items from the X-Series
Great for trekking and camping
In Use Dimensions:
21.5L x 21.5W x 9H cm
21.5L x 21.5W x 4.5H cm
1.3 L + 2.8 L
Food Grade Silicone | 6063−T6 Alloy
Pocket Rocket compatible?1 answer
How would these go on the MSR PocketRocket2? Would the fry pan slip off?
Jenni - Grays Point, NSW(1 year ago)
The X-cookwear range is designed to be used with any type of compact hiking stove. As long as your hiking stove has been set up stable, on even ground, there's no reason why a pot or pan would slip off. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Does it work on induction cook top
Mark - Balgowlah Heights, NSW(1 year ago)
As the base is 5052 aluminium, it isn't magnetic, and therefore can't be used on an induction cooktop.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Use on Travelmate II Portable Stove1 answer
Can you use these on a gasmate Travelmate II Portable Stove?
Jp - BRIGHTON(3 years ago)
My colleague Lauren has answered this question so double-check the response directly below yours for a detailed outline. Essentially yes, you can, however, you would only be able to do so on a low flame due to the design of the silicone cookware base.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Gasmate Travelmate1 answer
I would like to know if i can use this with my gasmate travelmate 2?
Nermin - Brisbane(4 years ago)
You shouldnt have too much trouble using these on your Gasmate Travelmate II, but just ensure the flame is completely within the anodised aluminium base. They are designed more for use with smaller propane/butane hiking stoves, which have a concentrated flame, so its likely that full flame on the Travelmate will be too wide on its highest setting. Cooking and boiling water on a lower flame will take a longer time, so perhaps worth taking into consideration. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(4 years ago)
What are the dimensions of the base of the kettle/pot?1 answer
Hi, looking to use these on a campstove and heard that the flame should not exceed a marking on the base? Can you tell me what the dimensions of the base wpuld be for safe use?
Jas - Launceston(5 years ago)
The markings on the base of the pot are 13.5cm in diameter and the markings on the kettle have a diameter of 12.5cm.
Tim - Snowys(5 years ago)
Is there a particular one that you would recommend? As I have a lightweight stove top, but it causes a hot spot, as it does not spread the heat well.1 answer
Please, is there an actual brand that sea to summit recommend?
Coralie - Carlton North (5 years ago)
The Sea to Summit X Set 32 is great! They are lightweight and durable, plus will distribute the heat well. The Alpha is also good, however, it's perhaps not quite as high quality as the X Set. It does depend on how you wish to use it though as this cook set and all lightweight, packable/stackable designs, really are only suitable for use on camp stoves with less heat output. They are not recommended for use on home stovetops due to safety concerns. Cheers :)
Alexandra - Snowys(5 years ago)
What cooking system would you recommend with this set?1 answer
I have this set, but my current cooking system causes hot spots.
Coralie Reich - Bundoora(5 years ago)
Sea to Summit recommends that you can use any lightweight hike style stove with the X Set 32 as long as the flame doesn't exceed the ring printed on the base. Low to Medium continual heat will generally reduce the likelihood of hot spots.
Leece - Snowys(5 years ago)
Would this be ok with the Coleman Fyrenight?1 answer
Never thought about using silicone cooking pots for cooking out bush, but I did buy a Fyrenight and I'd be keen to save room by not carrying camp ovens
Adam - Alice Springs(6 years ago)
There should no issue using the Sea to Summit X-Set silicone pots, however, the one important thing you need to ensure is that the flame doesn't rise up the side of the pots at all.