Long-term Solo Stove Pot 1800 Review
As a key piece of outdoor cooking gear, the Solo Stove Pot 1800 has been a steadfast companion throughout three years of car camping across Thailand. The pot perfectly complements our Solo Stove Titan, forming a compact outdoor kitchen setup.
Material: Stainless Steel
Capacity: 1,800 ml
Dimensions: 7.1″L x 7.1″W x 6.1″H
Weight: 12.5 Ounces
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Length of Test: 3 yeats
Acquisition: We purchased the Solo Stove Pot 1800 with our own hard-earned cash
Climate(s): Tropical Savanna
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Over the course of three years of car camping across diverse terrains and varying weather conditions, the Solo Stove Pot 1800 has emerged as a reliable kitchen essential. This versatile pot has been the anchor of our outdoor cooking system, demonstrating its usefulness. Despite the inevitable soot buildup from extensive use, its stainless steel construction remains unblemished, free from dents or handle issues.
What truly stands out is the pot’s thoughtful design, meticulously crafted to enhance the camping cooking experience. Its compatibility with the Solo Stove Titan, with the stove nestling snugly inside, creates an efficient and space-saving kitchen setup.
The pot’s lockable silicone-coated lift tab, bail handle for convenient tripod hanging, pour spout for precision pouring, and double fold-out handles for secure gripping all add to the pot’s functionality. With volume markings in ounces and milliliters, we’ve consistently relied on its 1800 ml capacity to prepare hearty meals in the great outdoors, making the Solo Stove Pot a valuable asset in our car camping gear collection.
When we first laid our hands on the Solo Stove Pot 1800, it became apparent that this outdoor cooking vessel was engineered with meticulous attention to detail. Crafted from sturdy stainless steel, it exudes durability and promises to withstand the rigors of outdoor use.
After three years of frequent use, the Solo Stove Pot 1800 has aged gracefully, bearing the marks of adventures well-spent. Its stainless steel exterior now displays the signs of countless campfires and cookouts. While soot and discoloration have left their imprint, the pot remains structurally sound, with no dents or handle issues to speak of.