Top 5 Docooler Camping Kitchen Gear : Docooler 1.1L Portable Ultralight Camping Water Kettle
Docooler Open Fire Camp Cookware Collection // New & Popular 2017
Aluminum Open Fire Camp Cookware Collection // New & Popular 2017
Amazon Price: $25.99 $25.99 (as of August 19, 2018 5:39 am –
Material: Aluminum, plastic
Suitable for: 2 – 3 people
Pot size: 17(D) * 9(H)cm / 6.7(D) * 3.5(H)in
Pot cover diameter: 17cm / 6.7in
Frying pan size: 18(D) * 4.5(H)cm / 7.1(D) * 1.8(H)in
Handle length: 10cm / 3.9in
Tea kettle size: 13.5(D) * 7(H)cm / 5.3(D) * 2.8(H)in
Tea kettle cover diameter: 9cm / 3.5in
Bowl size: 11(D) * 4(H)cm / 4.3(D) * 1.6(H)in
Rice ladle size: 13(L) * 5(W)cm / 5.1(L) * 2.0(W)in
Soup spoon diameter: 8cm / 3.1in
Package size: 18.5 * 12.5 * 18cm / 7.3 * 4.9 * 7.1in
Total weight: 800g / 1.76lb
1 * Pot
1 * Pot Cover
1 * Frying Pan
1 * Tea Kettle
1 * Tea Kettle Cover
3 * Bowls
1 * Soup Spoon
1 * Rice Ladle
1 * Loofah Sponge
1 * Bag
- Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 7.5 x 4.8 inches ; 1.9 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
- ASIN: B00KZGMCLE
The pictures show a little different that the product actually is, it shows two pots and lids in some of the pictures. what you get is a fry pan, 1 pot, 1 lid that will fit pot or pan and the kettle. The accessories are really just junk.I threw them away as soon as I looked at them. The pot and pan are just the right size though to cook a good meal in the back woods for two…or just me after a long…long….long day when I am really starving. The kettle is just the bomb!! Eazy oatmeal in the mornings with no cleanup and hot coffee or Lipton soup at night. It is just awesome!! The weight is a touch heavy compared to an ultralight set…but is so worth it. Shipping from amazon was as always bomber and super quick. My son was eyeballing it when I received it and I think I will end up buying him a set.
These pots have what look like plastic on the end of the handles (and on …
I bought this to go in my bug out bag. However, I went camping this weekend at Mt Shasta and figured I’d try it out. I had made some ginger tea prior to the trip and the next morning decided to warm it up in the pan from this kit on an open fire. I didn’t have a grill so I just maneuvered it on a rock in between the flames, letting the flames touch the pot in a couple of places. These pots have what look like plastic on the end of the handles (and on the lid) so I was hesitant to get it too hot and melt them. However, they are obviously made of some heat resistant material because they remained cool to the touch even once my tea reached the boiling point. They are lightweight and compact. For the price I’d recommend them. Sure there are better pans out there, but these will get the job done. I don’t know that I’d see them lasting a lifetime, but that’s just an assumption on my part.
Not a bad set. I think it is a bit much for backpacking. Fits very well together and even had room to add my pocket rocket but I decided to go more simple and purchase another item for backpacking. My son likes the main pot and plans to just carry that on his hikes and we plan on using the whole set for normal non-backpacking camp outs. The metal held up well to the heat and the plastic on the handles did well around the open fire without melting. But I think if you kept the pots on the fire too long they would eventually melt.
Excellent, affordable cookware- accessories marginal
The accessories (bowls, ladle, spoon, scraper) are pretty useless. The bowls MAY work for some sort of prep work or as scooping cups but are definitely too small to really eat or drink out of. This set includes 1 teapot (approx. 24 oz), 1 small fry pan, and 1 pot (not two pots as shown) and is still just $32. Compared to some mountain/backpacking companies this price is a steal for 3 pieces! I also like how there is no plastic touching the inside of the cookware and the pot lid is also metal, unlike some other companies that have a plastic lid. Aluminum cookware gets very soft at temperatures about 400 degrees F, so do not try and use this product on an open fire. It works best with propane burners. You’ll want to have some cooking utensils and eating utensils on top of this kit as well as a portable camp burner and butane/propane canister to really top off this kit. I use little stainless steel bowls that I scrounged up from my house.
Perfect and compact
This is nice and compact, easy to clean and worked extremely well for our little family while camping. We camped with zero facilities and I was a little concerned any stuck on food may ruin this. NOPE! LOVE it. The little bag it comes with helps keep it tidy and organized too. Definitely recommend!!
Just as described, which is great!
First of all, the order came in about a week ahead of schedule, which I consider great, so points for that! All items in the description were included (one pot, one pan, three bowls, one lid, one teakettle, one sponge, one ladle, one wood spatula, one carry bag) and there are no visible issues. Now, on to the product review.
Good kit, I drink tea until bed time glad to have a dedicated kettle
Not as easy to cook on as I expected but it got …
Not as easy to cook on as I expected but it got the job done. I would recommend bringing bigger pans for more than 1-2 people.