Sea to Summit XSET21


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Cooking Bowl, Bowl, Mug

Definite essential for camping/ hiking/ Duke of Edinburgh trips. These collapsible bowls and mugs will help save space and are also super durable, while still being fully functional. The base of the cooking pot is designed with anodized aluminum- an excellent heat exchanger to get your food hot quickly! The rest of the materials are highly heat resistant silicone and the lid locks on so it doubles up as a strainer. The bottom of the bowl doubles up as a chopping board- again heat resistant so you don't burn yourself when chopping your peppers (or whatever you are cooking). The mug is heat resistant and stiffened so will take years of abuse.

  • Dimensions:
  • XPot 19cm X 6.4cm
  • XBowl 15cm X 5.5cm
  • XMug 11cm X 7.5cm
  • Average Weight: 0.394kg


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