GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Camper Cookset

GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Camper Cookset
GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Camper Cookset
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Pinnacle Camper Cookset by GSI Outdoors
Ring the dinner bell and bust out the GSI Pinnacle Camper Cookset. Nested inside this compact cookset are all the tools you need to address your four-person cooking woes. BPA-free plastic comprises the dishes used for serving, durable and non-stick-coated metal pots help you cook up a storm, and the leak-free stuff sack aids your cleanup efforts. The Pinnacle Camper Cookset includes four color-coded mugs, four bowls, and four plates, as well as two pots, two lids, and a frying pan to give you the tools to do the cooking. Anodized aluminum metal is non-reactive, provides exceptional durability, and heats evenly for easy cooking. while the Teflon coating on this cookware allows for even heat distribution and supreme scratch resistance. When you're done with dinner, you can fill the welded stuff sack with hot water, scrub down your kit, and then nest everything back together for the trip home.

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SKU: GSI2253
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Manufactured by GSI Outdoors
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