The Esbit Solid Fuel Cookset Stainless Steel cooking set is a functional solution to the problem of cooking on bivouacs, mountain trekking or camping.
The pot is made of stainless steel, thanks to which it will not rust, which is important during field activities.
The set has been attached a foldable handle allowing convenient carrying of a pot filled with food, and for covering it with plastic it will be protected against scalding.
The stand for cooking the set was made by German designers of durable anodized aluminum. It has a hole that will allow convenient access to the hearth, and thanks to the light material used it will not cause a problem during transport in a mountain backpack. In the lower part of the stand there is a plastic panel that will ensure the stability of the entire structure on the ground.
Esbit 585ml Solid Fuel Stainless Steel Stove & Cookset for Hiking & Camping
- The stove is great for heating water or food on the trail, such as a quick cup of coffee, tea, or soup.
- It includes a windshield type stove and a pot with lid.
- The stove fits in the pot, which has folding handles and a small pour spout, making it space and weight efficient for hiking and backpacking.
- The durable 585 ML pot has graduations in both ounces and milliliters that you read from the inside when pouring in the liquid.
- The pot’s folding handles have Silicone grips for protection from heat and it all fits in the included mesh stuff sack.
- I bought this stainless steel pot with lid and aluminum stove combination for backpacking.
- The stove/stand/windscreen is designed for the Esbit solid fuel tabs and when not in use it stores inside the stainless steel pot.
- The bottom of the pot has a recessed ring around the outer edge so that it securely nestles into the mouth of the stove when in use.
- I do not like to use alcohol stoves and have been using the Esbit folding pocket stove for many years.
- I saw the anodized aluminum version of this item and I waited until the stainless steel model became available.
- The base is in aluminium with a little pan to put the esbit fuel tablet.
- A 14 gr esbit tablet will bring this pot of water to a boil.
- Base (stove) is aluminum and holds a single fuel bisquet.
- Even the Esbit website does not give a good description so here it is.