Things to heat on, things to cook in, things to eat with. Camping cookware is essential equipment for many outdoor activities - literally helping to fuel your adventures. Our camp cookware pots, sets and stoves are purposefully lightweight, compact, minimalist and packable.
Camping Gas and Meths Stoves
Camping Pots, Pans and Cooksets
400 ml titanium mug, perfectly proportioned for morning coffee and soup at lunch, the perfect cooking mug for lightweight heroes
A perfectly sized titanium cooking mug for the soloist adventurer, can be used on a stove to cook your meal or just supping tea around your camp fire
900 ml titanium cooking pot for soloists with large appetites or a pair wanting to cut the grams and save pack space.
Lightweight titanium 3 piece pan set including 2 pots and a non-stick teflon frying pan, a versatile and portable cooking set
450 ml twin-walled insulated titanium mug with twist lock drinking lid for keeping your hot drink warmer for longer
TiMigos Titanium knife, fork and spoon set to take on every camping adventure
Titanium knife, fork and spoon set to take on every camping adventure
For the skilled aficionado, chopsticks can replace the spoon, fork or knife. Miyagi are made from titanium just because we can.
Long handled titanium spork for reaching the bottom of deep bottomed pans or sachets of hydrated food
Titanium forked spoon with bottle opener giving 3 functions in one, the ultimate lightweight camping cutlery
Lightweight stainless steel wire saw for cutting timber, plastic and more. An essential utility for activities such as bushcraft and camping
Microfibre travel towel, superfine and weighs something like 1/3 of the weight of a regular towel for the same size
Titanium chain for suspending your cookpot over an open fire, add an extra dimension to your meal times
Lightweight friction fire lighter with a 3000℃; spark to make fire lighting quick and easy whatever the weather
Mashk Portable Sink
Sturdy and light portable camping sink. Ideal for carrying water, washing up and bathing
Increase the efficiency of your camping stove in windy conditions with a stove windshield
Polished stainless steel hip flask to carry 6 fluid ounces (170 ml) of your favourite tipple
Lightweight and collapsable aluminium camping table to add a little convenience to your camping adventures
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Viper original review...
I'm sure this guy is a bit better than the original, but figured I'd add my review anyway. Nothing else to do today! I have two of them and so far they're great. I carry lithium batteries as they last longer in colder temps and are lighter to carry as well. Even after falling asleep with my headlamp on one night in dim mode, I awoke at five AM to find her still no where near drained and used the batteries for another two days. Other headlamps I've owned didn't have a memory, I always had to scan through the other light settings to shut it down, ultimately wasting precious battery life. The Viper shuts down with one button push after you've had it on one setting for a period of time. I like the ambient light setting, I used to have to carry another solar lantern to hang for night use that wasn't a crazy blinding, SOS, or dim red light for things like reading and playing cards. Now I've reduced weight by just carrying this little guy.
Figured I'd rate ye little foon...
It let's me eat my food.
If you're not very bright like me and keep wondering why it keeps bending on you- push the little clip down to the spork part...duh...I felt mildly goofy after taking a week to figure this out.
Great, hands down, solid titanium!
This is my only bit of cooking kit while out on solo trips. It's the perfect size for all of my dehydrated meals while holding approximately 2 1/2 cups max water. I can easily fit my snapwire foon, my Trangia, steel scour pad and measuring cup inside! Since most titanium cups/pots only come in 550ml-800ml graduations I really do appreciate Alpkit making an in between option. I've used over open-fire, alcohol and fuel only stoves. Cleans easily with a scouring pad. Titanium cools quickly so I'm usually able to just grab it by the handles no matter what I'm cooking over (don't burn ye-self just because I haven't yet) BUT while that's good, remember titanium doesn't hold heat as well so insulate the mug if you're trying to conserve on fuel by just bringing to a boil and letting sit.
I do wish it came with built in measurements on the side, and an insulating kit. Most pre-made options are for other mainstream manufacturers and I'm terrible at DIY!
A good entry level bivvi bag
As stated in the title, the Hunka is a great entry level bag. With that being said it's a bit hard to get into. A simple half length waterproof zipper would be something I think most people would happily pay extra for. Also purchase a head-net! It's moderately lightweight, sometimes I simply use it to keep condensation off my down quilt. Thinking about adding a few mods to it myself. I do think this is a great buy for someone starting out in the bivvi option. If you want to keep your gear inside the bivvi with you, I'd opt for the XL option.
Really wanted to love this little guy...
...however I was left with a piece of gear that would only perform about 1/4 of the time. Not necessarily something you want to rely on. Long story short I had tested upon first receiving, then again before a trip to Oklahoma, well it worked fine when I first received (did not over-thread and used with proper fuel), but before leaving I always test gear thoroughly. It wasn't working. I dismantled and noticed that it seemed to have some residue build-up (from one time use!) so I cleaned and reassembled. I purchased new canisters and the Kraku fired right up. Left the next morning, stopped for a meal...hasn't worked since. It's just sitting in my gear closet. I've messaged Alpkit about the issue and they said they've had other's reporting the same issue over here in the US, but can't replicate it themselves. I've looked at the two different canisters marketed by Coleman in the US and UK, they look significantly different in design and possibly threading. So while this is no doubt an excellent product, exceptionally lightweight, I wouldn't recommend to American buyers. I feel Alpkit should make this compatibility issue known. I purchased as part of the Micro-adventure bundle so feel a little bummed out I'm left with an item that doesn't work properly.
ALPKIT POINT 5
Excellent quality and surprisingly warm. Compresses very small. The foot end when cinched up tight is actually warmer than normal down bags of equivalent fill as it encases the feet very well. Have used it successfully over the top of an ALPKIT Cloudcover in conjunction with a down jacket to have toasty legs. Having a choice of horizontal or linear baffles on top is a great idea as you can offset with the Cloudcover baffles eliminating any cold spots. The only downside is that when the foot end is closed up it is very short. I am 5' 7'' and it only came to hip level. ALPKIT need to add an extra baffle for an additional 6' of length. Interestingly if you leave the foot end open it can be used as a kind of very effective torso sleeve from the armpits to the knees. Interesting product and if a little longer with maybe an integral zip to join to an ALPKIT down jacket they could be onto a real winner for lightweight enthusiasts.
I'll never be cold again
Ok, It's my first "proper" outdoor activities bit of clothing, so I can't compair it with what else is out there, but the clever design features are self-evident, like the little folded over bit of material at the top of the zip so the nasty cold metal doesn't touch your face. I was wearing a jumper under my normal outdoor jacket, had to take it off, too hot. Just sat outside in the cold October Scottish evening, drinking a coffee and grinning like a loon. Hurry up and get your winter stock in, I'm coming back for more!
Can we see a kit list and more about the bike?
Makes me feel like a UL ninja
How very rude of me, I bought this ages ago and never bothered to sling a review onto the website.... shame.
This is the perfect ultralight cooking and sipping companion. I purchased a separate meths stove that fits inside along with a wind shield and now this cup follows me everywhere.
It brews well and doesn't give a metallic taste to your beverage of choice and because of the super efficient heat transfer of titanium it means after your drinks finished brewing you only have to worry about the drink scalding your mouth not the cup burning your lips... anyone who's ever used a steel cup on a stove will know exactly what I'm talking about here haha
It packs away and takes up so little space and weighs practically nothing. The mesh bag is a good fit and shrugs off dirt well, it also doubles well for grabbing the mugs handle which sometimes get a wee bit toasty but soon cool once taken off the stove.
only other thing I can think to add is that it cleans up well but let's be honest we all like the outside of our camping cookware to look a little charred because it proves that you use it and your not just a collector of very nice kit.
And in conclusion that's exactly what this is, we all spend a fortune on tents, sleeping bags and mats and a plethora of other camping kit but sometimes it's the little items that change the expariance and really make you smile. This is one of those items and I thoroughly recommend it ^_^
Great all rounder sleeping bag
Bought this as an all-rounder I could use throughout the year. Used it in February in the Cheviots where my water bottle froze inside my tent and I slept very comfortably.
It's been exposed to light rainfall when the tent was open and seemed to shrug it off.
It's also proved comfortable and suitable for warmer weather and lowland/ valley camping. It compresses really well and also came with a storage sack. Seems a very good product.
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