The perfect all-in-one camp kitchen solution+ View tech specs
BEST USE: Camping
PERFECT FOR: 2 People
WEIGHT: 6.5 oz | 186 g
COOKWARE MATERIAL: BPA free, food grade, heat resistant silicone and hard anodized 6063-T6 aluminum base
The perfect all-in-one flat-pack solution for fast and light adventures, the X-Pot Kettle utilizes the same award-winning innovative, space-saving and functional features as the other products in the X-Pot series.
The collapsible food-grade silicone sidewalls allow it to pack flat for compact storage, while the hard anodized aluminium base conducts heat well, making it perfect for slow simmering or fast boiling. Its clear Tritan® lid provides easy viewing of contents, while the built-in spout and double glass-reinforced nylon 66 handles make pouring also a breeze.
The 1.3L size is ideal for boiling water for your morning brew or small meals like oatmeal or soup, while the more generous 2L size can be used as an all-rounder cooking pot.
|1.3 liter||2.0 Liter|
|Dimensions||6 x 3.5 in6 x 3.5 in||7.5 x 4.3 in7.5 x 4.3 in|
|Packed Size||6 x 1.25 in6 x 1.25 in||7.5 x 1.75 in7.5 x 1.75 in|
|Safe-Fill Volume||0.8 L 27 oz||1.5 L 51 oz|
|Volume||1.3 L 44 oz||2.0 L 74 oz|
|Weight||6.5 oz 186 g||10.5 oz 290 g|
Domestic stoves have a much higher output than backpacking stoves. If X Cookware is used with a home stove, the flame setting should be kept low, and care should be taken to ensure that the pot does not boil dry.
No. The alloy base is not magnetic, so induction stoves won’t work. Caution is needed with high output stoves – the X Cookware can quickly boil dry if not watched.
No, this cookware is not dishwasher safe. The caustic cleanser will damage the anodization.
Absolutely. All X Cookware and Dinnerware is designed around common dimensions. Cups, plates, and bowls will all nest together to reduce storage space.
No, the cookware is not not designed for use over an open fire since the flames are unpredictable. The heat rising up the sides of the pot will damage the silicone rubber and would almost certainly melt the lid and damage the handles.
Yes. The key is to keep the flame pattern of the burner inside the ring printed on the base of the pot (and keep the heat lower – the base conducts heat really well).