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Chainset diy pan suspension kit

Titanium chain for suspending your cookpot over an open fire, add an extra dimension to your meal times

Titanium cooking pot chain
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£6.50

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  • Chainset - Titanium cooking pot chain
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Flexible and adaptable, this diy chain comes as a set of links allowing you to form a chain to suspend your cooking pot or personal cooking system.

Neat and simple clip hooks quickly attach to the lip of our pots and pans allowing you to hang your cookware over an open flame. The chain can be made to the length your require by simply adding or removing links.

Key features
  • Stainless steel clips
  • Titanium chain links
  • Customisable length
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  • Hanging frying pan - Your frying pan or lid can be suspended to roast beans over an open fire.
  • Hanging cooking pot - Use your cooking pots over an open fire with these adjustable chains.
  • Chainset bag - Keep all your links neatly packed up in a silky bag.
  • Simple hooks - Stainless steel hooks clip simply onto pans with a pronounced lip.
  • DIY chainset - Make your chains as long as you need by putting them together yourself.
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Origin: United Kingdom

Not compatible with 1350 ml MytiPot, 750 ml MytiMug and MytiCup pre September 2014 due to them not having a lip for the hooks to hang on to.

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Bimbler
Nifty!

What a great product!
Light, versatile & does the job.
It also works with an MOD crusader canteen mug & MSR cooking pots

ajr
Fiddletastic!

Came with 101 titanium links, enough for all manners of setup and fiddling!

My set only had one connecting ring though (unlike one of the pics) but I had lots spare around the house.

I opted for three 'arms' of 12 followed by the joining ring. I then decided to add two lengths of 12 each followed by more rings to adjust height for simmering. Not tried this yet, but I will fiddle when 'in the field'.

Doesn't weigh much at all, really small, comes in a neat little Alpkit baggie.