Favoured by many bushcrafters, campers and instructors, the zebra pot is strong, resilient and practical.
There’s a certain character attached to these and although they don’t fall into the ‘lightweight’ category, they aren’t that heavy for general camping if you desire a pot on this shape and size.
The pots come with a plastic ‘auto locking system’ closure clip on each side of the lid and it makes sense to unclip and remove these before putting it on a real fire or anywhere the heat might ‘lip up’ the side and possibly melt them.
Using a notched loop handle, these pots are easy to hang over a fire, and this model has a removable auto locking system to protect you from accidental spillages when you don’t have a smooth surface to work on.
They come with a removable tray inside that can be used to steam food in the pot, or removed and used as a plate, cutting board etc.
We haven’t tried using the internal plate as a frying pan, but as it is purely stainless steel there’s no reason why not, apart from getting soot in the main pot when packing.
The 10cm and 12cm varieties fit snugly inside our honey stoves, while the 14cm and 16cm sit comfortably on top.
The Lunch Box has an attached folding handle which holds the complete unit closed and can be used as a pan handle quite safely. It has a much lower profile and we see this being popular for all kinds of travelling cooks!
Specifications (10cm) SC 127
Height: 10 cm
Specifications (12cm) SC128
Diameter: 12.5 cm
Height: 12 cm
Capacity: 1.5 Lt
Specifications (14cm) SC129
Diameter: 14.5 cm
Height: 14 cm
Capacity: 2.5 Lt
Specifications (16cm) SC130
Diameter: 16.5 cm
Height: 16 cm
Capacity: 3.5 Lt
Specifications Lunch Pot (14cm) SC131