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Blacklite Cookset
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Blacklite Cookset

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Blacklite Cookset

Manufacturer: MSR

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Page By: Alan Ellis

Created/Edited: Dec 2, 2002 / Dec 2, 2002

Object ID: 9246

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MSR's innovative BlackLite nonstick aluminum cookware allows you to bring along the comforts of home to the outdoors.


Features:

BlackLite cookware melds the easy-to-clean properties of a nonstick coating with featherweight aluminum.

Imagine camp cooking sans post-meal pot scour.

All BlackLite sets come with a PanHandler pot lifter and reusable stuff sack.

Perfect for those minimalist trips, when weight reduction is priority one.

Naturally the pots nest for ease of packing.

Nonstick Coating - Eliminates scouring, scrubbing, scorching.

Grooved Bottoms - Help pots stay where you put them.

Rounded Corners - Help heat travel up sides of pot more quickly, boosting efficiency 5%.

Black Exterior - Boosts heat absorption, which improves cooking times and saves fuel.

Snug-Fitting Lid - Has a Snap Lock handle—stays up while cooking, folds down for packing.

Pan Handler: Securely grips rim of pot for easy lifting.

Also available in a Guide version which includes a frying pan, 3.0 and 4.0 liter pot for around $65.00.

Accessories available.

Product of USA.



Reviews

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Alan EllisUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I got the Guide version of the Blacklite so I could pick and choose which pots to take. It's heavy if you take them all. But the minimalist cookset shown above is perfect for a week. Heats fast and sticks to the stove with the ribbed bottom. 4 Ramens plus water will go into the 2.0 L. Only problem is they dent very easily, so be careful.
Posted Dec 2, 2002 7:49 pm

Martin CashUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I've used this cookset for about a year and am very happy with it. The teflon coating makes everything easy to clean. It is also fairly light weight and durable for aluminum. The pots and pans are about the right size for cooking for 2 - 3 people at a time.
Posted Dec 3, 2002 8:16 am

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