Compact Stainless Steel Bowl Pot 2.2L (74 oz) with Stove

Compact Stainless Steel Bowl Pot 2.2L (74 oz) with Stove that works on small branches, moss, pine cones, other small natural objects or artificial stuff like dry fuel or fuel gel etc.
Designed for cooking and heating food in the pot or frying pan (lid).
Total weight - 1,3 kg, material - stainless steel AISI 304. Cover.
Very efficient stove.

This is a good quality certified product. Made of food grade stainless steel AISI 304. Made in Russia.
Welded seams, welding is performed in argon environment without the use of electrodes or fluxes.
You can mix salad in it, keep live fish or pick mushrooms and berries in it, but a fire is the place where it is essential.
It combines everything that is required for a cooking container in the field. It is lightweight, durable, thanks to the oval form it is logically packaged in a backpack and reliably mounted on field stove / fireplace.
A tight lid with folding handle accelerates the cooking process, protects against debris, and can also serve as a frying pan.
Comes with case.

34,99 €

Comments (1)

condemned-to-exile

An interesting cook system. The 2.2 liter pot is a little bit bigger than a German/Soviet mess kit, which is exactly what I wanted. The stove is basically the 3.5 liter pot with a sliding hatch on the side that uncovers a hole in the side of the stove for fuel and airflow. Also included is a stand for the cooking pot. It sits inside the stove and you put the cooking pot on top of that. So essentially you build your fire inside the large stove, and then your cooking pot sits inside of that on top of the stand. I haven't done a field test yet, but the stove should at least have some good wind blocking attributes.

Quality is pretty characteristic of a Russian product, at least from a Westerners eyes. Solid construction, but not winning any beauty contests with its fine finishes. The stainless steel definitely wears its scars from the manufacturing process, but quite proudly I am sure. I have no doubts that it will hold up well in the woods.

Shipping time wasn't too bad. About a month to get from Russia to the US.