Solo pots

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  1. oldpinecricker

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    Who's got them? Was it worth the price of admission?

    In particular I'm looking at the 4000 and 1800 sizes. These intrigue me and I'm thinking these are nice quality pots??? Currently I've got numerous smaller pots but I'm looking for larger pots with a bail and side handle.

    Anyone running the 4000 in particular?
     
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    I have the two pot set that nests the Campfire stove and the 1800. Had the bigger set for a while and it is great. Great in use and easy to clean. Just got to use the 1800 last week for a few days at camp and I think it is my favorite pot. These are well made pots. I highly recommend them in any size that fits your needs. Put one in your cart at their website and leave it there overnight. The next day they will send you a coupon for $5 or $10 off, can’t remember now.
     
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    I have the 2 pot set and the 900.

    No complaints. They fit well with the solo Stoves.

    They are on sale right now and you can try the old leave-it-in-your-cart trick.

    I just got a Firebox Billy with the metal clips. I'm impressed with it. But it is a little heavier, doesn't have a side handle or pour spout.
     
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    I have a 900 that I got for my original SS. It works. No flaws that I can see. Snug lid.
     
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    Have one, no complaints. SS with solid handle, good lid design and bail. Has worked for me over a few years during that time 2 stoves burned out.
     
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    They sound like there's solid construction and having the ability to last.

    My intent is to aquire a 4000 and 1800 pot and perhaps the tripod they make. These will be teamed up with skillet and my Stanley pot w/bowls and proper utensils and my fire grill. This will allow me a full on, no holds barred cookset and the 4000 pot has the ability to process 1gal of water each round. The bigger capacity to process water and the ability to act somewhat like a small stockpot to cook more substantial meals is what I'm trying to achieve.
     
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    Were the two stoves that burned out Solo Stoves?
     

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