Litech Lightweight Camp Cookware
Dinner is served.
Emphasis on lightweight, this outdoor cookware is meant to be easily portable, super efficient, and a cinch to clean up. These camping heroes are crafted from high-quality, hard anodized aluminum and have a nonstick ceramic coating on the interior—the result is quick-heating, quick cleaning wonders that can boil pasta water or pan fry a fish filet, no prob.
You have a choice of:
Frying Pan: With approx. 8” of surface area, the frying pan fits easily on a camp stove burner. Its silicone handle is foldable for easy storage and stays cool to the touch.
1.3L Pot Set: A 2-pot set that heats up quickly, thanks to an integrated heat exchanger on the bottom that increases its efficiency by 50% (compared to traditional pans). Meaning: your water boils faster than ever with less fuel. Smart gripping tongs, as steady as a fixed handle, can be locked in the pan for safe handling, while a clear lid lets hungry eyes see just how much progress you’re making.
2.3L Pot Set: Same as its little brother (quick heating, gripping tongs, integrated strainer, clear lid), just grown up a bit so you can feed an even bigger crowd.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Hard anodized aluminum with nonstick coating.
Fry Pan: 8.3" in diameter (12.5" L with handles extended) x 1.9" H 1.3L Pot Set: Each pot is 7" in diameter x 3" H, holds 1.4 quarts (1.3L) 2.3L Pot Set: Each pot is 8" in diameter x 4.25" H, holds 2.4 quarts (2.3L) Gripping Tongs (included with both pot sets): 5" L x 1" W x 1.75" deep
Care & Notes +-
Dishwasher safe. All options compact and fit into included storage bags for easy transport.
Shipping & Returns +-
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