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Promoted 06-06-2016 by qwikwit at 01:18 PM View Original Post
Walmart has 24oz Stanley Adventure Camp Cook Set (Stainless Steel) on sale for $11.34. Free store pickup where stock permits otherwise shipping is free on orders of $50 or more. Thanks GaiaGeek


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  • The 24oz Stanley Adventure Camp Cook Set (Stainless Steel) is highly rated on Amazon with 4.7 out of 5 stars based on over 660 reviews. -qwikwit
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Edited June 8, 2016 at 05:57 PM by GaiaGeek
(Update: this went OOS at Amazon on Monday, but is back in stock today for those that missed it.)

I've had my eye on this for awhile as a compact pot / mug for cooking and boiling water while camping. Price is normally $15, but it looks like it's on sale at Walmart [walmart.com] and Amazon [amazon.com] matched it. Price is $11.34 + tax with free store pick-up at Walmart or free shipping with Prime at Amazon.

According to the Camel pricewatch site, this is the first time this has gone below $13.80

- Locking handle extends for cooking, folds to save space

- Vented lid

- Two 10oz plastic mugs are included which nest inside, or leave them at home to save weight.

- Weight with cups: 13.8 oz. Weight without cups: 7.8 oz.

- Dishwasher safe, lifetime warranty.
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It's also much more expensive. The cheapest 24oz titanium pot I see on Amazon is $35. There's also quite a bit of debate (one example [survivalistboards.com]) as to which is actually better. Some quotes from that discussion:

"Here are my observations. SS is very durable because of its thickness and gauge. TI, although strong in its own right, is not as durable. One reason is because it is thinner usually. It does dent and bend if not cared for. SS you can throw around and not worry."

"Cooking, TI boils faster than SS. It transfers heat a LOT faster. This is good if you are boiling, but not so good if you need to cook slowly such as eggs or beans etc. Much easier to burn and scorch."

"Stainless is easier to clean, holds the heat better but is about 3 times heavier, so it comes down to personal preference."

In short, both titanium and stainless steel (and aluminum) cookware all have their pros and cons.

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thank you & repped
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thank you & repped
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Quote from MerchantMessiah View Post :
Stick with Ti, it's lighter and stronger.
It's also much more expensive. The cheapest 24oz titanium pot I see on Amazon is $35. There's also quite a bit of debate (one example [survivalistboards.com]) as to which is actually better. Some quotes from that discussion:

"Here are my observations. SS is very durable because of its thickness and gauge. TI, although strong in its own right, is not as durable. One reason is because it is thinner usually. It does dent and bend if not cared for. SS you can throw around and not worry."

"Cooking, TI boils faster than SS. It transfers heat a LOT faster. This is good if you are boiling, but not so good if you need to cook slowly such as eggs or beans etc. Much easier to burn and scorch."

"Stainless is easier to clean, holds the heat better but is about 3 times heavier, so it comes down to personal preference."


In short, both titanium and stainless steel (and aluminum) cookware all have their pros and cons.
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I have this and love it. Its a good price for all you get. no issues with weight or anything... I even keep a pocket stove in my set. I also use this as a mini cook set at the office. I can go to the kitchen and boil a few eggs or make soup. Clean up and store it in my desk.

This is a great price for a nice little set.
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I have this and the only downside is the green plastic tab on the lid. It melts pretty easily and mine is long gone. Otherwise it's excellent
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Thanks OP, in for 4 for camping/72 hour bags.
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I have this and the only downside is the green plastic tab on the lid. It melts pretty easily and mine is long gone. Otherwise it's excellent
This is a good point for anyone considering putting this thing directly into a fire. Fortunately, as one reviewer on Amazon noted, you can replace it with a steel keyring or something similar.
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heads up, was about to jump on this but came across this other pot set that you can fit fuel canisters in for about the same price:

http://www.amazon.com/Outop-Campi...g+cookware

seems to be made of Al
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Is this set good for backpacking?
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I own two of these an a jet boil. I recently bought a similar set with the walmart brand Ozark trail. I will say they are useful. The cups are pretty tiny and its not the greatest for boiling water. It lacks any kind of core at the bottom. I see a bigger pot set at walmart online for $24 Stanley as well. Originally $40 that might be more useful. But for backpacking and if you're just handling your own things this is fine. Its not for ultralight backpacking or anything just a decent set.
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Thanks op
Picked one up off amazon to just toss in my bug out bag
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Quote from fiveohmxco View Post :
heads up, was about to jump on this but came across this other pot set that you can fit fuel canisters in for about the same price:

http://www.amazon.com/Outop-Campi...g+cookware

seems to be made of Al
I have used this quite a bit for the last year, still going strong
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