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AceCamp Tribal Camping Pot - 8 Liters - Aluminum

AceCamp Tribal Camping Pot - 8 Liters - Aluminum

Item # 3771682
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This camping pot lets you cook meals at camp. Bail handle allows you to lift and carry the pot. Lightweight aluminum is easy to clean and corrosion resistant. 1-800-940-8924 to order AceCamp camping kitchen part number 3771682 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all AceCamp products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for AceCamp Tribal Camping Pot - 8 Liters - Aluminum. Camping Kitchen reviews from real customers.
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AceCamp Camping Kitchen - 3771682

  • Cookware
  • Pots
  • AceCamp
  • RV Camping
  • Aluminum
  • 0 - 5 Gallons

This camping pot lets you cook meals at camp. Bail handle allows you to lift and carry the pot. Lightweight aluminum is easy to clean and corrosion resistant.


Features:

  • Camping pot lets you cook meals at the campsite
  • Wire bail handle allows you to lift and carry the pot
  • Lightweight aluminum is corrosion resistant and easy to clean


Specs:

  • Capacity: 8 liters
  • Dimensions: 9-1/2" diameter x 8" tall


Note: Handles can become hot during use. The manufacturer recommends using heat-resistant gloves or an oven mitt to prevent injury.



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Video Transcript for Review of AceCamp Camping and Hiking - Campsite Cooking Pot - 3771682

Ellen: Hey everyone. I'm Ellen here at etrailer.com today we're taking a quick look at the AceCamp tribal cooking pots. Now these are available as a set with the three different sizes, or each pot is available individually. The nice thing about these is that they're going to be made of a solid aluminum construction, so they're going to be able to heat up our food relatively quickly, resist any kind of rust or corrosion, and should give us years of good service. The one downside to aluminum is that it does tend to dent fairly easily, so you have to be careful with it that way. These are also going to have a rounded bottom.

So if you can see the bottom of that construction there, it's going to help to keep food from collecting in the corners and making it more difficult to get the last bits out, and make cleaning a little bit easier.Comes with the lids with the handle attached so you don't have to have an extra tool to open this up, although you probably want to have a glove or some kind of material to pick up that lid whenever it's been sitting on the fire. You don't want to just grab it with your bare hands since good chance that it's going to be pretty hot. Also has the bale wire handle so you can hang that from the spit over your fire and have an easy mounting point to attach this to your pack and transport it that way.Each of these does stack inside the larger size, so we'll have our four liter, eight liter and 12 liter pots. Should be a good range of sizes for just about any kind of trip, whether it's just you and a friend or maybe a big group of Scouts going out for the weekend or for a couple of days. So to show you that they all fit inside the larger size.

The one bad thing I would also say is that the lids aren't very stackable. That handle the middle while it's nice to be able to grab that, it makes it so the lids aren't very compatible with stacking. That might be the easiest way is to put them lid to lid, or a handle the handle. They don't take up too much space, but that is a little bit annoying that they don't have an easy way to clip together.On each of our smaller pots, you might notice when you first get them that they've got a little sleeve of rubber tubing or plastic tubing, that's so that whenever they stack inside there, that handle doesn't scratch so much against the inside of our next size pot. It also helps to keep them a little bit more snug so you don't have any rattling inside there.

So it's going to be same for our smallest pot. And again, since these are aluminum, they can kind of warp a little bit if you happen to put too much pressure on one of them. So in transit one might get a little wonky. That's just kind of the nature of aluminum. It's very malleable so it's able to be transformed in all kinds of different objects, but it also does have a tendency to bend.So you see once it's inside there, push it all the way down.

Rattles a little bit but not too much. And if you put a sock or something in there shouldn't be too much of an issue. But all of them are stacked inside nicely. Really don't move around too much. That rattling is more the handle than anything. So I think that's definitely a nice feature is that they're easy to stack all together.So for the biggest pot, our 12 liter pot, it's about 11 inches in diameter. That's going to be for the outside edge here. At the top it is a rolled edge, so it's actually a little bit wider than 11 inches at the very top of it. The height for the largest pot is about eight and five sixteenths, or just over eight and a quarter inch tall. If we go to our next size down, our eight liter, that is going to be just about eight inches tall and about nine and a half inches in diameter. And our smallest pot, the four liter, is about six inches tall and just about eight inches in diameter.The lids will be a little bit wider, so our smallest lid is about eight and a half inches. Our 12 liter is about 10 inches. And then the big guy here is just about 11 and a half. That's since they need to fit over that size, and with that rolled edge it is at just a little bit wider than the actual pot diameter itself. So that's why they're a little bit bigger. The handle sticks up by about an inch from each of those lids. The largest one is actually more like an inch and a quarter, so that's about how much size they're going to take up inside your pack.But all in all I think is going to be really nice set. Again, you can purchase these individually or as the set. The part numbers for the individual pots for our four liter, it's going to be 3771681. For the eight liter, it's 3771682. And for the 12 liter it's 3771683. For the whole set it's going to be 3771684. But I hope this video has been helpful in deciding if this is going to be the right kit for you. If not, we do have a lot of other options available here at etrailer.com so definitely check them out. Thanks for watching and we'll see you next time.

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AceCamp Tribal Camping Pot - 8 Liters - Aluminum - 3771682

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (4 Customer Reviews)

This camping pot lets you cook meals at camp. Bail handle allows you to lift and carry the pot. Lightweight aluminum is easy to clean and corrosion resistant.

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great value

Mike

10/6/2023

Great product. After 1 yr it has held up well. Strong.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

10/20/2023

@Mike We're glad to hear that the # 3771682 cooking pot is working well for you!


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Great, lightweight pot my 3-member mountaineering expedition used for melting water.



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Got this large pot to do pot-in-pot camp baking with a smaller pot inside, working great so far.



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