High performance, lightweight, compact one-person total minimalist cooking solution. Including our Pinnacle lightweight, high output stove and integrated windscreen along with insulated cozy, and Foon for the solo adventurer, providing superior efficiency and flexibility in an ingenious space efficient package.
Lightweight, high-efficiency, 9,629 BTU/h Pinnacle Canister Stove and Windscreen nest perfectly and provide ultimate efficiency regardless of conditions
Ultralight design integrates everything you need for hot meals and warm drinks in an impossibly small footprint
Insulating silicone pot gripper attaches magnetically to fuel canister while cooking so it's always at hand
Unique 0.6 L pot and lid boil water for pouch meals before transforming into an insulated mug by inverting the lid and slipping the pot into its sleeve
Telescoping Foon utensil made of high temperature Nylon 6-6
Insulating cozy sleeve keeps drinks warm and helps to reduce soot and char on clothes
Integrated nesting for fuel canisters (110 g) for a complete cooking system in one small package
This cook-set was created specifically for backpackers who like to keep their eating solutions simple and feathery-light. Combining a canister stove with windscreen, a 0.6 liter aluminum pot/mug with insulated sleeve and strainer lid, silicone pot gripper, and collapsing “foon”. All capable of being stored within the pot and weighing less than 10 oz.
Not too bad a setup!
I thoroughly enjoy this cook-set when I want to pack light and quick. As noted, it all packs inside the pot with room to spare for a small fuel canister. The stove, a high-efficiency Pinnacle (with around 10,000 BTU/h2), heats my water up to a rolling boil quickly and efficiently. It also sports a detachable/optional windscreen. Perfect for hot drink or pouch meals.
~The nylon “foon” didn’t even make it to the field with me. I tried it’s collapsing/telescoping ability and was underwhelmed by its lack of rigidity. I tossed it out and went with my reliable long handle titanium spoon (I might review that another time).
~The windscreen held up okay, but was sometimes a pain to pack inside with the rest of the kit and I eventually just began to leave it behind more often than not.
~The magnet on the silicone pot holder works well, but stay sharp. It isn’t a strong magnet and I did bump it off or misplace it at times due to such.
Overall, I would still recommend this cook-set for those weight conscious thru-hikers or ounce-counting minimalists.
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