Macpac Duo Pot Set


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Macpac Duo Pot Set

NZ$69.95 Sale NZ$48.97
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Perfect for weekend trips away, this Macpac duo pot set is made to feed two.
  • Product Description
    This two person pot set is made from hard anodised aluminium and is 'stick' resistant, meaning it's pretty light to carry when hiking and easy to clean. Rubber-coated fold out handles allow safe handling when hot and the the lids conveniently double as small frying pans. Fitting a standard diameter gas canister, stand and fire steel inside, it’s the perfect set to take away hiking on the weekend.
  • Design features
    Material: Hard anodised aluminium
    Pot size: 170 x 92 mm and 136 x 78 mm
    Volume: 1.7 litre and 1.1 litre
    Lid size: 180 x 46 mm and 152 x 43 mm

  • Product Specifications
    Weight (g)715
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Compact, quality pot set.
I am impressed how well the pot set fits into my hiking bag. It is nice and compact and good quality. The handles are flexible too. Very happy with my purchase :)
January 18, 2020
10 months ago
Good pots and pans very easy to clean
January 6, 2020
1 year ago
Tough as pots...
I've had a set of these for about two years now, and have really found them great. Since I'm always camping or tramping with other people the generous size always works out well, and what the description says is true, I fit a gas canister, mini stove, lighter, spork and cloth inside. So handy! They have held up well to my abrasive sand cleaning technique ( natures put scrub ) and many spoons of stirring. The rubber handles were cooked off on a few of them because I like to cook on a fire, although these are very thin potsand will burn anything but water. Even maybe water.
October 15, 2017
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