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MSR Alpine Stowaway Pot, 775 mL

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  • Versatile: Great for storing gear or supplies when you're not cooking
  • Secure: Hinged, easy-lift handle flips over the fitted lid to lock it in place.
  • Weight: 9.5 oz./270 g (475ml); 13 oz./365 g (775ml); 15.5 oz./440 g (1100ml); 19.5 oz./550 g (1600ml)

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Customer Reviews

Well designedI love these little pots. Being steel they are not the best at cooking fancy meals over a stove as they don't dissipate heat as well as aluminum. However they can be used over an open fire or even placed in the fire. 30 seconds cutting a bending a wire coat hanger makes it so one can hang it above a fire like a kettle. The coat hanger has the added benefit of making a great lid lifter while using it on a stove.I current keep my 475ml filled with small kit (fire steel, thread, needles, MSR pocket rocket 2, whistle, wet fire starters, water purification tablets, Etc) and through it in whatever pack I'm taking out as an emergency kit. Frankly, it is much more capable and useful than the pre-made ones with the added benefit that I know exactly what is in it and can easily restock it.These pots are a little difficult to poor with due to the lip around the top. It would also be nice if they had measurements marked on them and a silicone gasket that would seal it water tight when it is closed up. But, I have not found a better alternative and do like these quite a bit as a tough product that can fill multiple roles well. 4PERFECT POT - and a separate stove nests PERFECTLY fully inside this for carrying.OK - THIS is JUST PERFECT. I'm packing a 3-5 day Survival Bag for 2 people, and purchased this one in the 775ml size ( about 3 1/3 U.S. Cups) . I looked at many before deciding but felt this looked like good quality for the money. BUT the kicker was that I was also going to buy a small portable wood / alcohol stove. There are also many of those, and while they all "look" the same, they all have slightly different dimensions from different manufacturers / sellers. So anyway, after reading one backpackers advise about how the Ohuhu Portable Stainless Steel Wood Burning Camping Stove (size 5.3 x 5.3 x3"H) nests PERFECTLY inside THIS MSR 775 ml pot and then both inside the black bag, I thought I'd give those two models a try. They came yesterday -- and not only is the pot a very nice quality pot, small, and perfect for my purposes, the Ohuhu Portable Wood Stove (also nice quality) fits PERFECTLY inside this pot just as the other reviewer said. This makes for a very small but quality pot and stove that is both lightweight, good quality and very EASY and small to put into a backpack to have both pot and stove in one. VERY HAPPY i got both of these. Pot is the perfect size to fire up water or a couple cans of beans. And it sits nicely on top of the Ohuhu Stove. There are probably several sizes of those stoves so if interested, look for the Ohuhu that is 5.3" x 5.3" x 3"H and weights 14.2 oz - that's the one that fits inside this pot. 5An excellent cooking pot! Great value!Loving this pot! It's MSR so I know it's good stuff. I've owned MSR stuff for the last 20 years and I still have it all. They make great quality items and this is no exception. The pot is heavier than I expected and thankfully so. There are a few items I can't backpack without. Tent, sleeping bag, stove, pot. Good to know this will be around when I need it. It has a great contraption for closing the lid and even under force from stuffing it full of gear it holds well and I don't worry about it breaking.It packs small and fits really well with the wood fired cookstove Portable Stainless Steel Wood Burning Camp Stove - Wolfyok(TM) Outdoor Firewood / Wood Camp Stove for Camping, Hunting, Backpacking, Picnic. If you put the stove in the pot it doesn't fit perfect vertically and will leave the lid high a few millimeters but it doesn't matter because it clamps together and holds it tight which will stop it from wearing the pot through rubbing. If you consider this option you'll have a nice little combo for cooking. The pot and stove are a great combo and both are affordable.It's a little heavier than I expected but marginally. It doesn't need maintenance and there are no parts to loose. The lid latch seconds as a handle. Not only is this high quality but it has engraving on the lid, the pot, etc... I look forward to the years of using this little pot.I paid full price happily for this item. 5This is the perfect size to heat up one standard size can of ...This is the perfect size to heat up one standard size can of chili, or baked beans, or whatever. The size smaller 445ml is just a little small to cook up a can of food. You can do it, but it fills it to the brim. This is probably the size to take hiking. I have all four sizes. 445 nests with 1 L. This one nests with the largest (1.2L). That means that although you can't nest the whole set together, the whole set can be stored as only two pots. 5top of the potsi already own the larger size of this pot, but got this one as a replacement as its a little smaller and more practical for my uses. i love it! i carry it everyday in my pack and its pretty much the only dish/bowl i eat out of at home other than my gsi stainless cup. it seems sturdy and well made. nice polished stainless. secure latch to keep it closed. its not watertight so you cant use it like a canteen, but works great to store gear, or stuff a sack of trail mix inside when its packed away. the steel is thinner than a typical stove pot, so it can burn if your not careful, but that's not a big deal. i use the lid like a plate when i eat, though the handle stops it from resting on a table top. i just hold it or set it on my lap. handle is plenty long to keep it out of the flames of a fire, and lid fits nice. according to a digital scale, mine ways .92 pounds. i'm not sure how much they vary from pot to pot though i would guess not very much. these are great to store food in your fridge too since the handle folds over top and makes it fairly compact. stainless wont leach toxic chemicals into food the way plastic does, and doesn't retain smells from strong foods like garlic. i still use my larger pot at home, its my rice cooker now. i just cook up a batch of rice, and store the leftover right inside the pot in the refrigerator. it's awesome! can't recommend this pot highly enough, i use mine literally every day. 5775ml MSR Alpine Stowaway is the PERFECT companion to my compact stainless wood stove.The 775ml MSR Alpine Stowaway is the perfect camp cook pot to use with the Ohuhu Camping Stove/ Backpacking Stove - Portable Stainless Steel Wood Burning Stove or any of the identical collapsible/portable stainless wood burning stoves just like it that can be found these days being sold under a variety different brand names & prices here on Amazon and elsewhere. The stove collapses down and fits like a glove inside this little 775ml MSR cookpot and the whole thing fits perfectly inside the mesh drawstring bag that comes with the stove. It' all fits together like a Matryoshka (Russian Nesting) doll.I just LUV having my entire cookset fit so neatly into my pack and take up so little space. Perfect!I've included a few images so others can see what I mean. 5Great Pot, Fits the Ohuhu Portable Wood Burning StoveGENERALI bought these so I could nest my wood burning Ohuhu stove inside of it. It fits rather snug inside the 775 ml pot and even could have a few things inside the stove such as solid fuel or some starter kindling. It's solid construction, the handle seems quite sturdy. This is replacing my mess kit as it was rather heavy and was only half utilized.PROS-Compact-Sturdy-Well constructed, handle is sturdy as well-Fits the Ohuhu Portable Wood Burning StoveCONS-noneSUMMARYIf I needed another one I'd buy it. 10/10 A++ 5This pot will probably last longer than I willThe actual specs of the 1.1-Liter pot according to my scale and ruler are:Weight: 15.9 ozDimensions: 6.25" x 7.5" x 3.5"When locked close, nothing rattles. My impressions are that this is a solid piece of gear that will last a lifetime. 5the alpine stowaway pots from MSR are a true classic for campfire or small stove cookinghad to revise my rating, updates below...great for camping, backpacking, bug out bag, or emergency kit!the integrated handle/latch setup is killer!they can hold stove, fuel, food, etc. making them a great self contained mess kit!i primarily use these with alcohol stoves... for me the smaller ones, 475ml & 775ml, work best with stoves that jet the flame upward like the vargo triads or trangia spirit burner... the bigger ones, 1.1l & 1.6l, work best with stoves that jet the flame out to the side like the vargo decagon, go bag, white box, or similar... at first i was a bit thrown by the large size of the 1.6l, then i got a go bag stove with very aggressive side jets, & i was like - eureka!but back to the 1.1l size, great mid to large size traditional wide/flat style camping pot, would work well with just about any style camping/backpacking stove i think, & will work over the campfire or with wood burning stove too...i have even seen where folks bake bread over coals in a sealed up stowaway pot, can't wait to try that!a couple other great things about stowaway pots... they are reasonably priced, & they are durable quality stainless steel... not aluminum! heavier than yes, but comparably priced, & no aluminum toxins messin with the brain! of course, they aren't as light as titanium, but look at the price! & i don't think there is a titanium pot with the same integrated handle/latch setup design, so nothing really compares!all the photos i've added are mine except for the one that shows how you can rig the stowaway to hang over fire, ingenious!update: 04/14/17still have all the sizes & they still get used, but one thing i have to add is that i've discovered what could be the only flaw with this alpine stowaway design, & that is i cannot get a good pour out of these, meaning when i have boiled water & hold pot by handle, then slowly try to pour contents out of pot, it always runs down the side, always! that is a bummer since i like to do exactly that to make my coffee or tea, so that is one strike against these MSR pots for meupdate: 02/13/18i was tired of the sloppy pours out of these msr stowaway pots.so i tried some other products with similar design.between the msr stowaway, zebra 14cm lunchbox, & comfort loft bento, it was the Zebra 152314 Stainless Steel Food Box and Pan with Snap on Lid, 14cm, Silver that had the best pour.the msr stowaway is the best of these in every other regard, however the sloppy poor is a total deal breaker for me when i know there is a pot that won't spill all the time. unfortunately the zebra is only available in one size, but i'd rather have that one than 4 different sizes that make a mess if i try to pour from them.the zebra 14cm lunchbox fits my silverfire scout wood stove etc. & is comparable in size to the msr 775ml.added a new pic showing the 3 pots, msr, zebra, & comfort loft in that order.update 11/27/18:well the stowaway has redeemed itself a bit for me. i had mentioned using the pot like a dutch oven to bake, & i finally got around to trying it with excellent results! i've added a picture that shows the only stowaway i have left, a 1.1 liter, in the firepit as a dutch oven, elevated a bit above the really hot coals underneath & with a few coals sitting on top. i inverted the pot so the flat bottom would be the top & coals would stay on there. i baked IPA cornbread in a greased msr alpine bowl that was sitting in the lid of the upside down pot. the bowl was raised off the inside of stainless lid with this little gem, the Ilsa 5" cast iron reducer.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0007ZHQ1Y/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1basically like a cast iron trivet that kept the bottom of bowl from getting too hot & burning the cornbread, as well as acting as a heat sink to dissipate heat more evenly.the baking worked so well i am considering getting a 1.6 liter stowaway to also use for campfire baking since it will fit a larger baking dish of some kind.so yeah, while these stowaways do still spill every time something is poured from them, they are nonetheless very useful & i'll have the 2 bigger ones in my kit specifically for baking, as well as cooking anything i don't have to pour!added 1 star for the baking possibilities, but still loses a star for the silly spilly pours! 4Awesome pot for groups; fits GSI Kettle and MSR Alpine fry panThe MSR Stowaway Pot 1.6 L is the largest stowaway pot that MSR offers. For a backpacking pot, it's huge, but by home cooking standards, it's fairly average/medium sized in diameter and slightly short in height compared to most kitchen pots. It's very well made from high quality stainless steel with a terrific locking design that ensures the lid stays on tight and anything stored inside stays put. Since I enjoy bushcraft and often cook over an open fire, I settled on stainless steel for its ruggedness. (Titanium leads to annoying hot spots and poor heat distribution--especially in large pots like this one--and aluminum always seems to warp and lose its non-stick coating over the heat of a campfire.) With a short length of wire such as a coat hanger, you can also rig the folding handle so that it can be used like a bail handle to hang the pot over a fire, as several folks have demonstrated on YouTube.I bought this pot to build a cookset for my family of five. I am combining this 1.6 L stowaway pot with the (excellent) MSR Alpine fry pan and the (excellent) GSI Glacier Stainless Kettle. All three go together so well it seems like they belong together. The fry pan nests perfectly around the bottom of the 1.6 L pot, and the smaller (1 L) GSI Kettle fits inside the pot nicely, with a little room around the perimeter for small and flexible items (a scrub pad, some small utensils, etc.). The metal tabs that hold the bail handle on the GSI Kettle do press against the underside of the stowaway pot's lid, but if you use a needle-nose pliers to bend the tabs downward about 1/8", the kettle fits inside perfectly with the lid locked down securely.These three pots have been a superb campfire cookset for our five-person family. The 1.6 L pot is large enough to cook a full box of Macaroni and Cheese (or a family-size stew, etc.) while we brew coffee in the GSI Kettle. The fry pan is not essential, but it's so convenient for cooking bacon, eggs, fish, burgers, and other delicious items. We could probably use the stowaway pot (or its lid) as a makeshift fry pan, but I don't like frying in a deep pot or on a curved lid with no handle. Instead, I'll carry the extra weight to have a proper fry pan. And at a total weight of 2.5 lbs., that's only 0.5 lbs. per person for the entire cookset.If you're assembling your own group cookset and you need a solid large stainless pot to contain most of the kit, this 1.6L Stowaway pot is an excellent choice. For only one or two, I think most weight- and space-conscious hikers/campers will find this pot to be too large, and would likely prefer one of the smaller sizes. Regardless, the quality and function are great! Highly recommended![UPDATE 3/4/2014: For experiment's sake, I tried using the lid of this 1.6L pot as a makeshift fry pan as some others have suggested. Size-wise, it's a great size. However, without a handle, it is virtually impossible to cook delicate foods (eggs, pancakes, etc.) over an open fire. You need a good glove/oven mitt to protect your fingers and then either cook on a nice bed of hot-but-not-too-hot coals and watch very attentively, or over a cook stove with a nice low flame setting; otherwise, get used to obnoxious scorching. But it can be made to work. So, for further experiment's sake, I tried removing the handle from the pot, then screwing a stainless loop onto the lid to reattach the handle as a fry pan handle. That worked much better because I could easily remove/replace the pan from the fire without risk of burning my hand, controlling the heat much better. However, it's still a far cry from the more pleasant and predictable cooking of the MSR Alpine fry pan. Lid frying in this pot is workable in a pinch, but demands all your attention and certainly, without a handle, exponentially increases your risk of burnt food or a burnt hand.][UPDATE 7-7-2015: Still loving this cookset. With my modification so that I can attach the handle to the lid, I now use the lid as a frypan fairly often, allowing me to eliminate the weight of the separate Alpine Fry Pan when I'm backpacking with my family. Having a self-contained cookset with a lid that locks on is so very convenient, and after a LOT of cooking over the fire, my pot is none the worse for wear (except for some blackening of the metal, of course, which gives it character). These pots are bombproof; they will last you a lifetime of normal camp cooking. Great stuff.] 5
MSR Alpine Stowaway Pot, 775 mL

MSR Alpine Stowaway Pot, 775 mL

4.7
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