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Primus LiTech Super Cook Set

Primus LiTech Super Cook Set

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Can these be used on open flame(wood fire)
Taboost
Anodized aluminum is great for campfire cooking. Ceramic coatings in general are safe to much higher temperatures than Teflon - much higher than you are going to want to fry your dinner on. The things you want to watch out for are any plastic parts to melt (these pans don't appear to have any) or any super uneven heating which could result in warps and increase the risk of flaking the ceramic.
Nice, but massive for my purposes.
Seems a bit heavy at 32 oz ? There are comparable sets (hard anodized, teflon coated, clamp style pot lifter) around 24 oz although they're pricier than this massdrop price.
EverythingIsBetterOutdoors
I believe these have a ceramic nonstick coating. Teflon has been proven to be not so healthy. I've heard ceramic isn't as bad for your system but not 100% sure.
Brad22
Right, I remember hearing something of the same, but I don't think the coating would have a massive difference in weight.
Customs to Ireland: Duty: €0.00 Vat: €7.21 PO Clearance: €10.00 Total Charges: €17.21 All in all €63.22 (€46.01 + €17.21) to my door & arrived 12 days after posting. Certainly looks & feels the business. Looking forward to putting it to use in the wild.
Jus get a Trangia, much better!
" Multilayer non-stick, temperature-resistant interior surface". What material is used to create this non-stick surface? Teflon?
How do I figure out shipping prior to subscribing to the drop?
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Thank you
Thatdude1
No trouble, it is a bit confusing to the uninitiated... should be more clear on MD part
Wonder if this would be a good addition to the Primus ETA Spider Stove Set that ended yesterday.
This is a solid drop. Great price point!!!
ReginaldThunderbuns
Add $20 shipping to get it to Canada and yet again better value can be found online for similar products.
Hikin' Jim just posted a review of the Primus Eta Express Stove system, which is essentially one of these LiTech pots, the Express stove, and a wind shield. He loved the stove and pot combo, though he didn't find the wind shield was worth it. So, if you want to make your own efficient system, seems like this would be a good pot to use https://adventuresinstoving.blogspot.com/2017/04/review-primus-eta-express-stove-system.html
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You are such a trail rock star!!! Take care my friend!!
hugo55
Lol
I went to the Sierra Trading Post in Danbury , Wednesday 8 March and these were on display http://www.sierratradingpost.com/primus-litech-super-set-cook-set~p~144vw/?filterString=s~pot%2Fprimus~b~19815%2F
Also the one liter PrimeTech Pot was in stock at the store but not on the website, I did join the drop for the 1.8 liter pot .
Paul321
After shipping included looks like the drop saved everyone a couple bucks over Sierra Trading Post. The price was much, much closer than I would've expected. Thanks for the heads up!