Esbit CS585HA 3-Piece Lightweight Camping Cook Set for Use with Solid Fuel Tablets

May 5, 2017 - Comment

This lightweight, Self-Contained complete cooking system is constructed from hard-anodized aluminum and works with solid fuel. The stove is great for heating water or food on the trail, such as a quick cup of coffee, tea, or soup. It includes a windshield type stove and a pot with lid. The stove fits in the pot,

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This lightweight, Self-Contained complete cooking system is constructed from hard-anodized aluminum and works with solid fuel. The stove is great for heating water or food on the trail, such as a quick cup of coffee, tea, or soup. It includes a windshield type stove and a pot with lid. The stove fits in the pot, which has folding handles and a small pour spout, making it space and weight efficient for hiking and backpacking. The durable 585 ML pot has graduations in both ounces and milliliters that you read from the inside when pouring in the liquid. The pot’s folding handles have silicone grips for protection from heat and it all fits in the included mesh stuff sack. Features:- constructed from extremely light, hard-anodized aluminum.- pot with volume indicators in milliliter/oz. With 2 hinged, stainless steel, silicone-coated grips.- wind deflector to be used with Esbit solid fuel tablets (fuel not included).- includes 585 ML pot, lid, and wind deflector.- stores in included mesh bag.- dimensions-packed: 3.4″ x 4.4″ (8.6 cm x 11.2 cm)- weight: 7 oz. (198 g) Amazon.com The handles fold down against the pot body for easy, compact packing. Ideal for backpackers and campers who like to travel extremely light, the Esbit Solid Fuel Stove and Cookset is constructed from lightweight, hard anodized aluminum that weighs only seven ounces. The stove uses Esbit’s unique, proprietary, solid state fuel cubes (sold separately), and the kit includes 585-milliliter pot, lid, and wind deflector/pot stand, and stores in an included mesh bag. The pot includes volume indicators in both liters and ounces, and has two hinged stainless steel grips that fold flat against the body of the pot for easy packing. The cookset burns on Esbit’s proprietary, solid state fuel cubes (sold separately). About Esbit Unique German company Esbit was established in 1936, when solid state fuel tablets were first invented by Erich Schumm. The company soon began producing an array of camp products, such as pocket-sized stoves, and has grown over time to offer a full array of lightweight, durable, outdoor cooking and eating devices.

Product Features

  • Kit includes 585-milliliter pot, lid, and wind deflector/pot stand, and stores in included mesh bag.
  • Stove and cookset is constructed from lightweight, hard anodized aluminum that weighs only seven ounces.
  • Stove uses Esbit’s unique, proprietary, solid state fuel cubes (sold separately).
  • Pot includes volume indicators in both liters and ounces, and has two hinged stainless steel grips that fold flat against body of the pot.
  • Stores in included mesh bag; ideal for backpackers and campers who like to travel extremely light.

Comments

DJ Millard says:

Great compact stove/cookset….but. Yes there it is a “but” in the title line. And it’s there for a good reason this is a great set with limitations from it’s design. It’s fuel source is Esbit solid fuel (Hexamine) tablets. A tablet is placed in the tray and lit with a match or lighter the tablet will burn with a steady heat for about 10-14 minutes usually enough time to boil 16oz of water for your freeze dried meals, for a hot drink or to warm the entrée of your MRE.The tablet burns with an all-or-nothing…

Amazon Customer says:

Awesome! I’ve been camping and hiking all my life and I have to say that this little solid fuel cooking system is awesome! I’ve used Esbit solid fuel tabs for awhile now and they’re wonderful – I keep tabs in my 10 essentials kit.I got this little baby just for fun and to see what I could do with it and thus far I’m more than impressed. Super compact, well made, super light, and super easy to use. I got this model because of the built-in windscreen design (needed to maximize solid fuel efficiency)…

K. Burke says:

Nice complete package I’ve used many other cooksets, and to be honest this is not my go to setup. I wanted something affordable, functional, and efficient that I could get for both my wife’s and my son’s camping bags, and this one was intriguing, so I bought one set to play with. It’s a very well thought out design that fits together nicely. It’s not ultralight, but it’s not too heavy or bulky either, and your whole package fits inside the pot. The carry case is very convenient and helps keep everything…

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