Experience the ultimate cooking convenience with the FMC-207 Solo Cookware, designed for outdoor chefs seeking durability, easy cleaning, and portability. Its ability to accommodate a gas canister and stove allows you to create gourmet meals without the burden of carrying a heavy load, while the fire-resistant hard anodized aluminum construction ensures long-lasting performance and simplifies the cleanup process, making it the perfect companion for your outdoor culinary adventures.
Experience culinary bliss with the FMC-207 Solo Cookware, an ultralight delight at just 195g. Designed for solo chefs, this compact all-in-one solution offers convenience, durability, and the freedom to create gourmet meals while minimizing your load. Simply pack it up and embark on your adventure, as it easily fits into your backpack, ready to fuel your outdoor escapades.
My son has tested this out on his camping stove; super easy to clean; really compact and ideal for campers or hikers as it is also really lightweight while also being well made and sturdy
It boils water quick. I like the handle
I've reviewed quite a lot of Fire-Maple gear and it's all been well made and up there with the big brands, but at a lower price.
This is no exception; I popped it onto a Fire Maple Titanium gas stove, and filled it up with 600ml cold water. I did the same to my MSR Windburner and to a Fire Maple equivalent that I've reviewed before, and the race was on...
Now the test was indoors where there was no wind; had it been outdoors on a windy day, I suspect that the exposed gas stove plus pot would have been slower than the two stove systems which are less affected by wind.
However, in the completely unrealistic conditions of my kitchen, this camping stove on top of the fire maple gas stove was about 5s faster to the boil than the other two stove, which were about the same time (just under 2 minutes).
So there you have it; in zero wind conditions it has great performance, which is all you can expect from a pan rather than a full stove system.
It comes in it's own mesh bag, which could be useful if the pot gets sooted up over a meths flame, but otherwise is redundant.
The handles are fine, and the lid fits well.
I weighed the pot at 195g.
I really like this part, it’s lightweight, easy to carry, and boils water very quickly however it is extremely expensive for what it is. I don’t think I would buy this for the current advertised price.
We used it over two days camping recently and found it to boil water quickly, however it’s also only 0.9 L capacity so enough for a few drinks only.
Hope this review is helpful thank you for reading it.
Lightweight and robust pot easy to pack and work with .