The Trail Lite Duo System delivers all the lightweight, space-saving benefits of a minimalist cookset, without forcing you to be Spartan about what you cook. It features MSR's all-new, ceramic nonstick coating that’s not only the most durable coating they’ve ever found, but also PTFE- and PFOA-free, for those seeking a greener alternative in their cookware. The system includes DeepDish™ Bowls, 11 oz. Double-Wall Insulated Mugs color-coded for two, and comes with a clear, BPA-Free strainer lid and folding, locking handle.
If packing light and eating well are both priorities, make sure the MSR Trail Lite Duo System has a place in your pack. The two-liter aluminum pot holds enough grub for two hungry hikers, and the non-stick surface makes for easy cooking and cleaning. Add in the DeepDish bowls, insulated mugs, and the combined ultralight trail weight, and you have a kit that is destined to impress palates all across the backcountry.
MSR's Trail Lite Duo System is perfect for one or two people who need the lightweight, space-saving benefits of a minimalist cookset, yet don't want to be Spartan about what they cook. Hard-anodized nonstick aluminum keeps the menu options open and the compact pot still fits two Insulated Mugs and DeepDish™ Bowls. All of this comes at an aggressive price point to maximize your assortment.
The MSR Trail Lite Duo system is perfect for 1 or 2 adventuresome backpackers who need the lightweight, space-saving benefits of a minimalist cookset.
New for 2013! An ideal option for ounce-counting backpackers, the MSR Trail Lite Duo System is a compact, all-inclusive cook set. Ultra-lightweight, durable materials provide reliable performance and nest together to maximize efficiency inside your backpack.
The Trail Light Duo System by MSR is perfect for one or two people who need the lightweight, space-saving benefits of a minimalist cookset, yet don't want to be picky about what they cook. Hard-anodized nonstick aluminum keeps the menu options open and the compact pot still fits two Insulted Mugs and DeepDish Bowls.
Country of Origin: Imported
|BPA-Free:||Hot and cold-safe polypropylene DeepDish™ bowls and double-wall insulated mugs.|
|Ceramic Nonstick:||The most durable nonstick coating we’ve ever found; PFOA and PTFE-free.|
|Compact:||Nesting design fits two DeepDish™ Bowls and Double-Wall Insulated Mugs inside pot.|
|Country of Origin:||Made in Thailand|
|Dimensions:||5.5 x 6.25 in / 14 x 15.9 cm|
|Includes:||2.0 L Hard-anodized aluminum pot with ceramic nonstick coating, clear strainer lid, two double-wall insulated mugs, and two DeepDish™ bowls.|
|Items Included:||2 L Hard-anodized nonstick aluminum pot, clear strailner lid, 2 10 oz. insulated mugs, 2 DeepDish bowls|
|Packed size:||5.5 x 6.25 in. (14 x 15.9 cm)|
|Room for More:||Mugs have room for MSR® Folding Utensils and can also fit a PocketRocket™ or MicroRocket™ stove.|
|Size:||5.9" x 6.3"|
|Sized for Two:||Two-liter, hard-anodized aluminum pot keeps the weight down and provides plenty of capacity for two people.|
|System includes:||2L pot with ceramic non-stick coating, BPA-free clear strainer lid, two 11-oz. double-wall insulated mugs, and two DeepDish bowls|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||040818068977|
|Weight:||1 lb. 5.6 oz. (613 g)|
|Weight [with packaging]:||1.45 lb|
|MSR Trail Lite Duo Coffee Press||$19.95 - $19.99|
Have to admit that this pot/bowl set was an impulsive purchase when browsing the local outdoor retailer. While the set is acceptable, I should have spent a little more to get a better system. Problems with the Trail Lite Duo:
1. The pot holder is a snap-on design, basically a T stick that is held by an U attachment. However it is very easy to pull the stick out of the attachment if you are not careful or don't know how the joint works and try to force the matter. The problem with this thing is that it also works as the retainer of the lid. So basically you have to take it on and off at least twice when you use the pot. Once the stick is off, it is a pain to stick it back in.With only one weekend of use, the attachment is already coming loose. I can't imagine it last a year. MSR's Quick and Alpinist pots use a different mechanism that may work better.
2. The lid of the mug is difficult to use. It is not easy to open (which can be a good thing). When it opens, it keeps falling into the mug. I was doing this in summer without a glove one. It is most-likely not going to work well in winter.