If your cookware needs to be solid as a rock for use in extreme conditions, the Alpine 2 Pot Set from MSR is the set you can rely on.
Made from durable stainless steel, this set includes a 1.5L pot, 2L pot, 1 lid/plate a PanHandler pot handle and a stuff sack for storage. The lid is cleverly designed to fit both pots and it doubles as a plate for multi-functional use. This set also nests together neatly to make the best use of space in your pack.
Whether you need to melt snow to boil water for your freeze-dried dinner or rustle up a basic meal on the trail – the Alpine 2 Pot Set from MSR delivers on quality and performance.
Stainless steel construction
Modular and expandable
Lid fits both pots and doubles as a plate
Compact and efficient nesting design
Includes a 1.5L pot, 2L pot, 1 lid/plate a PanHandler pot handle and stuff sack
In Use Dimensions:
1.5L − 17.4L x 17.4W x 7.6H cm | 2L − 18.6L x 18.6W x 8.7H cm | Lid − 20.8L x 19.5W x 3.5H
20.8L x 19.5W x 10H cm
1.5 L | 2 L
1.5 L − 0.224 Kg | 2 L − 0.248 Kg | Lid − 0.132 Kg
Will the set fit your burner inside?1 answer
Will this fit the MSR Whisperlite International & Fuel pump in the 1.5L pot?
Simon - Newcastle, NSW(1 month ago)
Thats a great question and unfortunately not something we can answer for you as the Whisperlite is currently out of stock with no ETA as yet. Even though we cant try it out in real life, i feel confident that the answer is no. All packed up the Whisperlight packs around 20L x 15W x 12H cm. The largest Alpine pot is 18.6D x 8.7H, so even if you were just using the larger pot on its own, the space will be too small for the Whisperlight.
Lauren - Snowys(1 month ago)
Lid closure1 answer
When packed up, how secure does the lid attach? Is it likely to come loose in the pack or not?
Pete - Perth(1 year ago)
The lid on the alpine set stays on pretty well, and there is also a lightweight stuff sack which will stop it rattling around your pack.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Suitable for induction and open fire?2 answers
Is this set suitable for induction and open fire?
Diana - Stirling(3 years ago)
Induction cook tops need induction specific cookware which you can find at Kitchen and Homewares retailers. We wouldnt recomend these for use on an open fire, but if you're keen on steel cookware for open fire use, check out our range of steel pots and pans HERE
Lauren - Snowys(3 years ago)
I have the 3 pot alpine set as well as the stowaway and they all work well on induction.
Andy - Geelong, VIC (1 year ago)
Multi stove compatibility?1 answer
Can these pots be used across a variety of different stoves and fuel types without damage?
Jacob - Adelaide(3 years ago)
Yes they can. Being stainless steel they have a broad compatibility with stoves and fuels, as long as you take standard care with cooking and cleaning like you would with your other gear, you should be a-ok!