MSR PanHandler Potlifter

MSR PanHandler Potlifter
MSR PanHandler Potlifter
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PanHandler Potlifter by MSR
Safely lift all your hot MSR cookware with the PanHandler Pot Lifter. This Pot Lifter supports up to 10 pounds of delicious stew, boiled water, or whatever else you have cookin'. Pack the PanHandler in MSR's Packtowl sleeve (included) to protect your pots from scratches as you transport this pot lifter inside your cookware.

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SKU: CAS0403
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