Gear Review: REI Campware Nonstick Cookset (Large)

The nesting 4.7- and 3.2-liter pots each come with frypan lids, plus there’s a pot gripper and a mesh storage sack.
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The nesting 4.7- and 3.2-liter pots each come with frypan lids, plus there’s a pot gripper and a mesh storage sack.

Chef duty on winter trips is all about volume: melting pot after pot of snow, serving big, carb-laden meals, and keeping hot drinks flowing. This Teflon-coated aluminum set has the capacity and versatility to handle everything from sautéed onions for the pasta sauce to vats of hot cocoa.

The nesting 4.7- and 3.2-liter pots each come with frypan lids, plus there’s a pot gripper and a mesh storage sack. “The nonstick coating is impressive,” says a tester who scrambled a mountain of eggs one chilly morning. “I forgot the oil and was prepared for a sticky mess, but the eggs slid right out of the pan.” And the finish has stood up to several months of testing, scratch-free. For the volume, price, and quality, this set is tough to beat.

$70

2 lbs. 13 oz.

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