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Camping Cookware Kit

$21.99

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Feature:

1. Made of high quality Aluminum, bowl and spoon are made of food grade material with non-sticking coating for easy cleaning,non-toxic and high temperature resistant

2. The insulated plastic handle protects your fingers from high temperatures,Cooking utensils are essential when planning long-distance hiking.

3. The stove and the pot handle can be folded to save space, and all the items in the cooking device can be stored together in the net bag for easy carrying.

4. Suitable for 2-3 people, with complete accessories, essential for outdoor camping

5. Small size and portable, all the objects in this cooking set can be stored together in a mesh bag for convenient carry.

6. Foldable handles on pot, frying pan and soup spoon. They can be folded to save space.It is specially designed to pack up small and take up little room, so that you barely feel the weight on your back

7. The camping cookware kit can do the delicious food quickly and evenly, suitable for camping, hiking, backpacking, picnic and other outdoor activities.

Product Details:

Material: Anodized aluminum Size: Cooker: 170 mm x 90 mm Frying pan : 175mm x 45mm Tea capacity: 1 L (140 mm x 80 mm) Suitable number: 2-3 people (All the above data is manual measurement, there will be a slight error, it is normal, and those who mind are careful to shoot)

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