MSR Ceramic Solo Pot

MSR Ceramic Solo Pot
MSR Ceramic Solo Pot
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Ceramic Solo Pot by MSR
The MSR Ceramic Solo Pot is a lightweight, super-convenient pot sized for solo backpacking trips. It features a ceramic nonstick surface so you can cook dinner one day and boil water for oatmeal the following morning without much cleanup in between. The lid has holes for straining, and the handle folds into itself for compact packing.

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SKU: MSQ000H
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