2013 Spring Camping Gear Review Roundup: GSI Outdoors

“OK, all you folks out there with cabin fever, it’s time to gear up, and get out into the wilderness and enjoy all the upcoming beautiful spring weather!

This roundup will cover 10 fun and effective camp gadgets that will tickle the fancies of novice explorers and seasoned adventurers alike.GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist cook set & ultra light kettle:

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GSI Outdoors makes a wide variety of really cool camping cookware gear.

Amongst them are the Pinnacle Soloist cook set and the ultra-light teakettle.
The Soloist can hold 14 fl. oz., weighs in at 10.9 oz., and has the following dimensions: 5.00″ x 5.40″ x 5.50″.

Made with a rubber coated folding handle and a non-stick Teflon coating, it also comes with a vented plastic lid/strainer, insulated plastic bowl, collapsible plastic Spork, and a carrying pouch that doubles as a sink. Even though I would have preferred that the lid and bowl be made of metal and not plastic, they both seem quite sturdy.

The teakettle can hold 1 qt., weighs only 5.8 oz, and is 6.30″ x 6.00″ x 3.20″ in size. Both the teakettle handle and the lid handle are rubber coated. If you want a teakettle for camping, this is the one to get.

Both of these cookware items seem to me to be well-made, lightweight, and durable. If you need camping cook gear that just works whether it is used for tailgate camping or backpacking, you should consider checking out GSI Outdoors.”

From Examiner.com 

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