Randy May Family in Hillsboro Oregon

June 3, 2010

My Review of Open Country 2 Quart Pot with Lid

Filed under: Backpacking,Camping,Canoeing,Survival — rmay4 @ 5:32 am
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Originally submitted at REI

This durable, heavy-duty aluminum kettle stands up to the rigors of the backcountry.

I like it

By rmay4 from Hillsboro, OR on 6/2/2010
4out of 5

Gift: No

Pros: Lightweight

Cons: Unstable, Not durable

Best Uses: Hiking, Backpacking, Car Camping

Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational

What Is Your Gear Style: Minimalist

I have had this pot and the non-stick version that I no longer see here. Great pot for the money. Especially great starter pot. There are plenty of things to spend money on when starting outdoor activities. This pot does not have the rings on the bottom that reduce sliding around on the stove. I prefer the version that does not have the bail and would probably cut the bail and tabs off if I were to buy another. My current one uses a pot grabber instead. It will ding easy but just ding it back out and keep going.

(legalese)

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