About Primus Litech Super Set Cook Set
Closeouts. The Primus Litech Super Set is a lightweight and durable, cook set that packs down small. The pots and frying pan are made with hard-anodized aluminum and feature a multilayer titanium nonstick surface.
Specs about Primus Litech Super Set Cook Set
- Material: Anodized aluminum
- Capacity: Small pot 1.7 liters (57.5 fl.oz.); Large pot 2.1 liters (71 fl.oz.)
- Weight: 1 lb. 14.8 oz.
- Dimensions: Small pot 7" dia. 3.3" tall; Large pot 7.6" dai. 3.7" tall; Frying pan 8.6" dia. 1.9" tall
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Great CooksetReviewed by DScottOsage from Oklahoma City on Wednesday, April 4, 2018Primus's Litech cookset is light and a great size for two, perhaps three, people.
Perfect for car campingVerified Buyer Reviewed by Mark from North Carolina on Sunday, April 23, 2017Bought this set to use on Primus 2 burner and very pleased so far. This set fits on the Primus stove without getting over crowded. Light and well designed (nests). Only wished the cover fit the skillet as well as the two pans.
Quality at great price pointVerified Buyer Reviewed by Paratrees from North Carolina on Friday, December 30, 2016Great size set. Happy with the purchase
a Little Larger than I imaginedVerified Buyer Reviewed by Ben from PNW on Wednesday, July 6, 2016These are great, we have used on short trips twice and am excited to try them out on longer trips, where space and weight really matters. The Non-stick is fantastic and hasn't scratched with use. They are larger than your standard backpackers stove/pan combo and can easily accommodate cooking for 2-4 people. Works well with backpackers stoves (we have the snow peak Giga Power stove and MSR Pocket Rocket) and it works great with both surprising stable and non-slip due to the ridges on the bottom of the pans.
Nice set for backpacking and camping.Reviewed by Amber from Colorado on Tuesday, May 17, 2016I couldn't find an issue that would make anything in the set a "second." If you just take one pot it's nice for winter backpacking. (In the summer I usually use a Jetboil-type all-in-one stove.) If you're camping with a group it's great for making larger and more complex meals. Nice and non-stick. Ridges on the bottom keep it steady on your stove. Clamp handle has little rubber grips to protect the coating. The 2L pot fits my MSR Whisperlite Universal with the lid on, and the 1.7L pot fits it ok but the lid doesn't sit on it.
Question & Answer
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“Would this set be able to handle cooking over a campfire?”
If you don't mind the outside getting blackened, it should be fine to put on a grate over a small campfire (get a lightweight foldable camping grates). Since the pot itself is aluminum it should be ok on a fire (titanium-only pots can be damaged by high heat), but I haven't done so with this or similar pots. Most people will tell you to use steel pots on a campfire, and if you can afford the weight they are more robust.
I'd be really careful with maneuvering this (and any small packable cookset) on and off the fireplace and with hot food inside. You may want to get an extra pot gripper for safety. (The gripper in this set has a bit of rubber on it so don't leave it on the pot when cooking.)
This should be able to work on a campfire. It would probably be best if you had some type of grate to use.
to help keep it clean rub he outside with liquid soap it makes washing easier