GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist One-Person Cookset

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GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist One-Person Cookset -
The redefinition of ultralight cooking and eating. Ultimate ultralight design integrates everything you need for hot meals and warm drinks in an impossibly small footprint. Halulite says goodbye to scratches, burn circles and ounces. As light as titanium, Halulite is a proprietary alloy that also conducts heat better and more evenly, so you can leave the extra fuel at home. Plus, every piece is hard anodized to create a surface that withstands scratches and abrasions like nothing else. It's ultra light without the sacrifices.


  • Unique 0.6 L pot and lid boil water for pouch meals before transforming into an insulated mug by simply inverting the lid and slipping the pot into its included sleeve.
  • Insulating sleeve keeps drinks warm and helps to reduce soot and char on your clothes.


  • Wt. 6.3 oz (178.6 g)
  • Convenient silicone pot gripper attaches magnetically to fuel canister while cooking so it's always at hand.
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Dimensions:4.2" x 4.2" x 4.6".
Includes:0.6 L pot/mug, Sip-It lid, insulated sleeve, silicone gripper, telescoping Foon.
Material:Halulite proprietary, hard anodized alloy.
Product Use:Ultralight Backpacking

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GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist One-Person Cookset Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This thing rocks!

I bought this thing because I needed something to make coffee in and cook in. The lid is very tight fitting and difficult to get off until you get the hang of it. When turned over (loose fitting) it acts as a strainer. Just rinse with some water after you are done, turn over to dry out if you have time. the sleeve really keeps things hot. I practiced at home with lid until I got the hang of it. I did not use the spork that comes with it because I had another one I like better.
isjeepin at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Great cookset

I've owned this cookset for 3 years and have taken it on every backpacking trip. It's my go-to cookset except when I'm cooking for two. I use it to store a lighter, matches and a small titanium spork along with the potholder. GSI should include a titanium spork as the one that's included is not very useful. Water boils faster if I use a lid; I bring along a Boy Scout cookset lid. The potholder works well. It's one of my best backpacking purchases!!
Coolpop at Campmor on 11/11/2013

My new favorite piece of eqipment

The spoon that comes with this pot is useless, but that still does not detract from the overall usefulness of this cookset. I fill it with water, boil and make 1 cup of drip coffee. I then put the pot in the cozy with the leftover water and place an open can of food in the pot and cover with the lid. In 5 minutes the food in the can is hot and clean up is minimal.
DeMusicFan at Campmor on 10/10/2013

Awesome cookset

I have had this cook set for over a year now and it is my favorite piece of camping equipment. I don't cook out of it exclusively but I use it in addition to my larger cook set. I am also an avid hunter and I take this with me on every trip. It is extremely compact, lightweight, easy to use and clean. I highly recommend this for anyone who enjoy's hiking, backpacking, or hunting.
GymRat at Campmor on 03/03/2012

"Just what I wanted"

Finally a small cup/pot that you can cook, eat and drink out of. No more burnt fingers/lips thanks to the pot cozy and useful lid. No more DIY lid and rubber band to keep it all together in my pack. No more handle to get in the way. Yep it weighs more that titanium but all the other features make it for me. Hint: rotate and gentle squeeze to help the lid come off.
Cody at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Great fit.

Cup is well built and sturdy for being so light and small. I was cutting fire wood and had a good size log fall on it and the cup had no damage. Keeps beverages warm even in 20 degree temps. Packs easy and doesn't take up lots of space. Great for a single person cook system.
SDMF at Campmor on 12/12/2010

Usefull camp cookware

I use this on all of my backpacking trips and don't have any complaints except for a chipmunk chewed the rubber ring on the lid and they don't sell replacment parts.
Zach at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Awesome product

This is a really great item that I used on a 50 mile hike. You can fit a small stove in it, and it works great for freeze dried meals.
BSA at Campmor on 04/04/2011

Great alternative to expensive Ti

Holds over 2cups of water. Just enough for my meals. The spoon is hard to keep clean and seem fagile so I replaced it with my ti spork
rockettman at Campmor on 04/04/2012

Perfect for space and weight saving

Use on motorcycle tours and back county adventures.
Like the size, weight.

Sippy cup lid is a bit of a hassle to get off.
CZGRRR at Campmor on 09/09/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Good if you don't expect too much

The silcone gripper is useless as far as insulation from the heat and it does not magnetically stick to my MSR fuel bottle. The lid is very tight and difficult to remove without pulling the rubber gasket out of alignment. But the telescoping foon is kinda cool. I would probably be better served with the dual instead of the solo.
Paddlin' Fool at Campmor on 11/11/2011