Soto Thermostack Combo


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Soto Thermostack Cook Set Combo

Comprised of a stainless steel 350ml cup, a titanium 400ml cup, a 750ml aluminium pot, resin lid and joint for the smaller cups and a lid for the larger, as well as a cozy for the large cup and a small spondonacle (pot grabber), this set has got almost everything a solo camper could possibly need for cooking, eating and drinking- all you need to do is add a gas burner and a spork!

The Thermostack Combo is intelligently designed and multifunctional. For example, the two small cups can be used individually, making a total of 750ml, conveniently the volume of the large pot; alternatively, popping the two cups together with the joint unit creates an insulated cup, great for keeping your water or food warm. Another design benefit is the variety of materials used. The pot is the heating workhorse, so anodised aluminium has been used because of it's ability to evenly distribute heat. The two cups are likely to see a lot more of a beating, so they have been constructed of more durable stainless steel and titanium, with the latter being used on the larger to keep weight down. The smaller cup also has volume measurements down the side for ease of use. Lastly, when stacked, all of the kit will fit inside the mesh top of the pot cozy/stow bag, with room for a 100g gas cannister and, inside the small cup, a solo stove, such as an MSR PocketRocket Deluxe (unfortunately, the Vango Compact Stove isjust a fraction too tall) will stow away with the lid happily closed.

So when you add easy-pouring lids, and a simple, easy-to-use design weighing in at 539g, this set becomes a fierce contender in today's solo cook set market.

  • Total weight: 539g
  • Components
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  • One lid for both the 350 and 400 ml (12 and 14 oz) cups:
  • Dimensions: width 86 x depth 83 x height 12 mm
  • Weight: 12 g
  • Materials: Body–Resin, O-ring–Silicon
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  • 350 ml/12 oz cup:
  • Dimensions: diameter 84 x height 98 mm
  • Weight: 80 g capacity / 350 ml
  • Material: Stainless steel
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  • Joint:
  • Dimensions: diameter 85 x height 22 mm
  • Weight: 12 g
  • Materials: Body–Resin, O-ring–Silicon
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  • 400 ml/14 oz cup:
  • Dimensions: diameter 85 x height 94 mm
  • Weight: 50 g capacity / 400 ml
  • Material: Titanium
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  • 750 ml/26 oz Pot:
  • Dimensions: diameter 102 x height 120 mm
  • Weight: 84 g capacity / 750 ml
  • Material: Aluminum
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  • Lifter:
  • Dimensions: width 88 x depth 22 x height 22 m
  • Weight: 13 g
  • Materials: Aluminum, Stainless steel
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  • Cozy:
  • Weight: 40 g
  • Materials: Tarpaulin, Aluminum evaporated sheet
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  • Lid Size: L


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