It’s my pleasure to bring to you, the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Dualist. This is a brilliant cooking solution for ultralight backpacking. It gets high marks with Survival Bros, and my puggle featured in the HD video review above.
I think you’ll like this cookware system because it has all the bases covered. It comes loaded with two telescoping foons, two 20 ounce insulated bowls with lids, two 20 ounce mugs, and a large hard anodized aluminum pot including a lid with a built in strainer. This is perfect for cooking pasta, and even works as a spout for pouring liquids like hot tea. The orange and blue foons match their bowls, but I like them because they are deep, so I can take big bites. They are dishwasher safe too, like the rest of the Pinnacle Dualist. Also, the entire package is BPA-free, so you aren’t absorbing harmful chemicals.
When I first got the Dualist a few months back, I was stoked that the bowls were insulated. The last thing I want is my precious food to go cold right after I prepare it. Plus, the bowls have “Sip-it” lids. GSI Outdoors must have been thinking about messy eaters like me. With the lids locked down, I’m less likely to spill scorching soup on my chest. Another sly feature is the rubberized pot handle. It folds, and either locks into place as a long handle, or on top of the bowls, keeping everything secure in the pot.
The stuff sack is also a wash basin. I couldn’t believe it either. It’s one more container that could come in handy for collecting water out of the creek, or washing your hands before supper. The cookware system looks as good as it functions. It’s orange and black. I like having a high-visibility handle for cooking in low light. And when you’re done, the Pinnacle Dualist is an easy clean. It uses non-stick Teflon with Radiance technology. So there’s no scrubbing. Heat spots aren’t an issue either, allowing for quicker, and more even cooking.
The Pinnacle Dualist retails for $64.95. If you are looking for an ultralight cooking solution ideal for two people, this could be for you. I like the price, but truly appreciate the thought that went into this American design. It’s all only 21.6 ounces, and the pot holds 1.8 liters. The dimensions are 5.90″ x 6.40″ x 5.90″. The Dualist offers bang for your buck. This product gets the Survival Bros seal of approval. Please comment, like, and share. Thanks.
Produced by Cameron McKirdy
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