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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I normally use a Trangia which is rather bulky and heavy. This stove is only the size of a large mug and weighs next to nothing. If you marry this up with a pot which this will fit inside you have a light weight compact cook set.
I bought this to keep me warm overnight while camping and also to wear day to day in the coldest part of winter. It did its job well while camping, I even got a bit hot and had to strip of some other layers. Doesn't smell after 3-4 wears.
I bought a 12, which is my normal size and it's about right, perhaps a little on the large size but not unpleasantly so. As described, is the right shape to strip down to and not look out of the ordinary. The fabric doesn't look and feel like wool from a distance, it's very fine and smooth and soft.
Washing up bag
Really enjoyed using this washing up bag/bowl. I got the largest one and while camping in a group it was excellent for slinging in dirty crockery. Then it could all be transported to the sink easily. We ended up using it as a second sink for rinsing during the washing up process, then it was super easy to bring all back to the tents.
Would also be good for washing small children or dogs!
Nice little set
I've enjoyed my haap cookset and have used it 3 times now. The lid fits 6-8 sausages as a frying pan, the pan does a good amount of pasta. The little kettle is cute and does exactly 2 mugs of tea, it boils really fast on a camping stove. Despite crusted burnt on fat the frying pan came up clean after a short soak. Am very happy so far.
Envy of all
Bought for my son (14) on a school trek in Norway. Apparently he was he envy of all, as he had the most comfy, lightweight may if all his mates. Borrowed it myself last weekend and loved it. Very comfy for old women too.
Kepler Velo - Just buy it!
I received the Kepler Velo just before the first long heat wave of this past summer. This as a leap of faith in a company I knew nothing of; simply because I liked their story. And, the jersey was more than reasonably priced, even at full price.
So I wore it seven days straight on my 24 mile commute in 30C temps just to see. It is just brilliant. The weight is not too heavy, not too light. It wicks, it breathes, air actually circulates. At the end it was a bit crusty from salt, and not a wiff. None of which can really be said about the sale price synthetic jerseys I'd bought from a high end brand a few weeks before. The recurring pong of these making me search for merino again, which led me to Alpkit.
Those other jerseys have not seen light of day since.
So happy am I with this jersey's form, function and quality I've purchased several other bits of kit.
I'll be purchasing the long sleeve version very soon for the winter commute, and both jerseys will most definitely be on my back and in my pack for a charity walk down the Thames Path this coming mid-November.
Thank you Alpkit team for your thoughtful design and quality make!
Good........but not great quality
I'm on my third one now. The light is great in that it is one of the few budget head torches with a true white light. It's bright and clear and easy to use, the only downside is the build quality, each of the ones I have owned the lid has snapped at the battery compartment on changing batteries. Not a great design it has to be said........ But then, at this price it is what it is !
Another brilliant bit of kit from alpkit! light, bright, can be hung or stands alone. Exactly what ive been looking for.
Better than Patagonia
Purchased on a whim, because I like the grey. I already own a number of Patagonia 'better sweater' garms, that I paid £££ for. This one is a better fit, nicer fabric, and hasn't been off me since I received it. Fortunate it's got a touch colder recently. I've owned and still own loads of fleece garms, and this is top of the list. Perfect.
For about 100g, the MytiPot 900 takes care of all of my solo cooking needs. Easy to clean, extremely light and can nest a 230g gas canister nicely (such as the coleman 250) - but wrap the canister in something before you put it in the pot so it doesn't scratch it. I've cooked pasta, boil in the bag stuff and omelette so far; in addition to the usual tea and coffees.
It heats water reasonably quickly but also conducts the heat away reasonably quickly so you can find your tea cold before you finish. I recommend pairing it with an insulated mug to enjoy your brews at the proper temperature at length.
This pot now travels with me on all my hikes, even for day trips. It's so light and you really appreciate a brew/cuppa soup once you stop and your body heat drops.
Highly, highly recommended.
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