Mors pot 1.8l vs Pathfinder 64oz bushpot

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  1. TheRambler

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    Received my new pathfinder pot today and just wanted to share this short comparison video for that have not seen this new version of the pathfinder pot.. I'll add more once i get some use on it.

    I didn't mention in the video but the pathfinder is a little shorter than the mors, and is slightly wider than the mors.

     
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    I love my Mors pots. I squeezed my pot a little to hold the lid in solid. Also my bail on it is still solid after years of use. The pathfinder pot is a good SS copy of the mors. I like both. For open fire the SS pot is my favorite but I take the Mors more often. Both good pots and good prices
     
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    did you ever consider turning your phone sideways?.. :4:
     
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    Hey, @TheRambler which of the two bushpots are you using these days? I'm trying to figure out which one I want to invest in.

    Thanks!
     
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    Good review. Thank you,,, Well done...

    One of them has bail ears and handles that are spot welded, the other has riveted ears and handles. One is shiny and heavier, the other is black (heats up faster) and lighter,,,

    I used my Mors pot a lot at first, but on a trip of more than a day, I prefer a bowl shaped lid. I don’t bake in my pots, so in my camp, a flat lid is only a lid,,, (The Mors lid can be tightened by running a metal spoon around the inside of the flange on the lid. A few trips around will expand it.)
     
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