Things that nest and lids that fit…

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    I have a bit of a fetish for nesting cookware. I’m always looking around for things that might fit with other things. I thought it would be useful to have a thread about what fits what. Don’t be shy about sharing your own finds.

    I’ll start with my latest acquisition…an Evernew 1.3L Titanium pot with an Evernew 0.7L aluminum tea kettle

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    Klean Kanteen 12oz wide-mouth vacuum bottle/REI Ti-ware 400ml mug - The mug is the same as the Evernew 400 ml, it was branded for REI. The KK vacuum bottle is slightly larger in diameter than a single-wall KK so the fit is good. I don’t know if the larger diameter is true with the single wall wide-mouth bottles.

    Eco-canteen 27oz/Chinook Timberline stainless 300ml mug - Although it looks like a KK bottle, it is a fraction smaller in diameter. The KK bottles will not fit this mug.

    Stanley Adventure cook set/GSI Glacier cup

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    Pepperridge farm Pirouettes lid fits GSI glacier cup perfect.

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    Learned this from this forum:D
     
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    Czech Mess kit/Paderno 6-1/4” Blue Steel Baking Pan and Sigg Duossal pot/Paderno 7-1/8” Blue Steel Baking Pan

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    Inside the Sigg pot I have a mini-Trangia. The classic plastic cup like those found in a Scout mess kit nests between the burner and windscreen/stand. I removed the handle on mine, but it will stow unaltered.

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    BSA Mess kit/Paderno 7-1/8” Blue Steel Baking Pan – The fit is a bit wobbly but should be workable with a strap or a fitted stuff sack.

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    GSI Kettle/Paderno 6-1/4” Blue Steel Baking Pan - The kettle doesn't quite fit flush. It leaves about a 1/2" of space which can be utilized for storage..a Vargo Hexagon Wood Stove for instance.

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    The accessory windscreen of the Snow Peak Gigapower stove will nest with three things that I know of so far...the lid of the Snow Peak Kettle No1, the lid of the Brunton IB Cookset and the bowl/cup of the GSI Ketalist.

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    I can not find a Pepperridge farm Pirouettes. I know I have one around here somewhere. My mother in law buys them for us for xmas. Bummer you got me so excited. I am currently using a coffee can bottom but not as good a fit as I would like.
     
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    A Sure Fresh tupperware (found at the dollar store) nests perfectly inside a Snow Peak No. 1 Kettle

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    Coleman cookset and large Imusa aluminum mug in IKEA Hobo stoves. The MSR Ti Kettle is also a good fit.

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    I love this thread.
     
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    I've read that this Bunn coffee maker part will work as a lid for a GSI Glacier cup - LINK - anyone have one?
     
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    The GSI 6" Mixing bowl will sit inside the mouth of the 1.75qt Straight Pot. They need a strap to hold them together, but it works. A second bowl could be added for two.

    Straight pot, bowl and mug came to about $25...this is actually a pretty affordable set. If you don't get the steel rimmed bowl and mug it would be a few bucks less.

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    Spork..where did you find this 1.75 qt straight pot? I've been looking everywhere for one. And could you tell me the width on the inside of this pot?

    If you wanted a deeper baking pan in the six inch range...I found mine in the wedding cake decorating area in Walmart. Very light weight.

    Thanks spork for doing this thread. I'm still trying to get a cookset together.

    Marsh.
     
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    Great thread, cool to see the different set ups.
     
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    Marsh - I got the straight pot here - Peak62. It's just a hair under 5-1/2" wide inside and 5-3/8" up to the rim from the inside.

    The 2qt Kettle might hold your 6" pan - LINK

    Edited to add: The Straight pot is tall enough to hold an unaltered IKEA Cutlery caddy with about a 1/4" gap around the sides (space for a windscreen)
     
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    1.6L MSR Stowaway pot, GSI stainless kettle, fuel canister and spork.

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    OMG need moar! There should be a web site devoted to what camping items nest in what other camping items. My pack is all about space-saving. I will take heavy and small over light and large any day.
     
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    Spork I think you are quite a genius and craftsman, After reading tales of this can fitting that(stove) and mine not nesting i threw up my hands. It's not going to work for me,

    lol i have enough room to take whatever. if what ever doesnt have room then i am overboard with gourmet kitchenette. which is okay. if i want to get really down and dirty there is no need to nest.:44::44:
    'preciate ya all the same. my junk dont nest. maybe not what works best but is what I got so ..make it work
     
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    I discovered today that the steel lids from this brand of coffee I've been using will snap snugly over the rim of an Olicamp mug.

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    It will also work with the stainless cups, but the rim is smaller on them and they don't stay on like they do on the mug.

    This is the brand - Kicking Horse Coffee - I've been buying mine through Amazon.
     
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    Added to wishlist... LOL

    lemme git mine out while im here...

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    Ok, from 9 oclock position I have:
    Trangia T28 Pot Lid (my plate)
    Lid for Billy Pot
    Billy Pot With paper Towels
    IMUSA 12cm Mug with minibulldesigns.com lid. (he makes all sizes)
    Expanded metal homebrew potstand (for Trangia & Imusa Mug)
    Olicamp Stainless mug (with Scrubby Pad to do the dishes)
    Foster's Beer Can Mug (with minibulldesigns aluminum Fosters Ring, 6 ft fiberglass wick and wristband)
    DIY Fosters Cozy
    DIY Potstand for Trangia & Fosters Mug
    Trangia Stove (wrapped up in Bandana)
    Lighter
    All fits inside a Cub Cadet Bag that held our lawn mower cover.
     

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    I mostly use a BushBuddy wood burner with alky backup so i have a 1 ltr pot to fit my BB into. Then i have a small Zelph pot/cup that i have my alky stove in. That sits in a zip bowl on top of the stove/pot and it all goes in a bag.

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    My vote for sticky!!!!
     
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    From the "Nalgene 16oz Bottle" thread. Not sure about a lid though.
     
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    I'm looking for "the right" set up for me. I found one at a mil surp store, it was perfect, very old, but the whole thing was sticky and looked as if it had never been washed after years of use. And, the owner wanted the same price as brand new units. So, i'm still looking. A couple on here are nice.
     
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    Zebra 12cm

    Here is a Zebra 12cm pot, large fuel can, Snow Peak Giga heat shield, zebra pan, pot lifter, Giga power stove, zebra lid.
     

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    Snow Peak

    Here is a Snow Peak Mini Solo 28 oz pot, metal lid, 10 oz cup, Giga stove, small (100 gr.) fuel can, Snow Peak silicone cup from the Hybrid Summit ($7.95 from Snow Peak parts). Last photo is with a Nalgene bottle, 28 oz pot, 10 oz cup, metal lid, silicone cup and a Vargo Triad stove
     

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    I live near a cheap asian store here in spain and after buying 2 pots from them for less than 2 euro I have the perfect solo set. Its light weight and nests perfectly.
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    here they are open.
    enamel mug in the main pot, penny stove, windscreen, pot stand (wire hanger) , fry pan/lid on top

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    the whole gang

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    What fits what one of my favorite subjects. Thanks Spork
     
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    Coleman peak1 stove w/fuel in Imusa aluminum cup

    The stove fits snugly with a sham wow towel wrapped around the base. I also keep a fero rod and a scrubber under the stove where the fuel canister is hollowed out. I know its not as fancy or hi tech but this set up is cheap to put together.
     

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    Nice set, what is that like a place setting for 12? Nah, that is sweeet nesting setup.

    RD
     
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    Snow Peak 900. Fits like it was made for it.
     
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    Cool nesting pots and cups everyone. There is nothing like a good set of nesting cook and serving ware.

    We backpack quite a bit, almost always two or three of us so we need pots that will serve for that. I got the Snow Peak Cook n Save 2 liter titanium pot for cooking main meals. Sometimes we need to soak some grains and legumes in base camp while we do a long loop hike exploring during the day. The Cook n Save pot is perfect for that and will cook up a large one pot meal for three. Of course we need soup and tea during our day hike and at times we like to cook real chocolate pudding from our own recipe. After research and emails back and forth to double check measurements, I ordered the Evernew 1.3 liter pot and it did nest so perfectly you might think they were made for each other.

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    Inside the Evernew, two Snow Peak titanium bowls will nest and still have room for a Whitebox stove. In this image I don’t show the windscreen wrapped around the Whitebox stove but indeed it does ride like that and still nests on its side, wrapped in a plastic bag with all lids closed tight. It is a good duo or trio kitchen set up. All we have to do is add our double wall cups, reflectix cozy and cooking and eating utensils on the side for an expedition cookware set that does almost anything.

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    Here are two sets of cup and bowl I find useful. The orange ones are collapsible silicone rubber I found at WalMart. These are better than the "squishy" bowls since they telescope and store neatly together and have a hard nylon band that keeps them from collapsing in use.

    The other set are the Swedish Fold-A-Cup large and small. These have a small handle and are remarkably tough. I use the lighter color in the small cup. I found that after dark the OD cup made it hard to see the fluid level and I would either pour half a cup or would overflow it.

    Both sets are close to the same weight, though the Swede cups pack smaller in diameter and both sets have exactly the same capacity.
     

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    Nope but 3 would eat well in my camp. Thanks
     
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    This is my "Solo Plus" cook set. Compact and light enough to carry when I am alone, with enough extra to offer hospitality to a companion.

    The pot set is the Brunton hard anodized aluminum with a lid that fits both pots and includes drain holes.

    The first picture is the whole layout, pots and lid, 2 Fold-A-Cups, 2 bowls (salvaged margerine tubs), 2 folding titanium sporks, The Minibull Designs Atomic stove and pot stand, an aluminum heat reflector, an aluminum windscreen, salt & pepper shaker, a 1 oz. dropper bottle used to prime the stove, a 1 oz. measuring cup, and a pack of small wood strike-anywhere matches.

    The second picture shows how the cups and stove are packed, the third picture is the packed set ready to be inserted into the net bag.

    In addition to the kit I carry a fuel bottle sized to suit the length of the trip. I have a couple each of the flask-type twin-neck bottles in 8 oz. and 16 oz. sizes. These have a unique shape to avoid confusing it with other bottles.

    I originally used this packing scheme with an MSR Titan kettle and it works with pots of similar size (.8 liter). There is enough extra room in the Brunton pot to take coffee, tea, sugar or whatever.
     

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    Nesting cup for 64oz bottle

    I have been carrying a USGI canteen and cup along with a 2quart soft USGI canteen for a while now. I finaly decided to upgrade but wanted the larger 2quart Cleen Canteen, I found 2 cups that nest with the big Cleen Canteen. One was an old Sterno cup and the other I found at Walmart the Coleman Max kit. The bigger of the 2 pot combos of the Coleman kit fits well on the 64oz bottle. and I have the little pan to set on top to use as a lid when I boil. I have not taken either of these out yet, but am hoping to get out this weekend.
    I know this is a larger kit than some use, but I took a trip to Tamagami Ontario a couple of years ago, and used just a 1 quart canteen. and a Kadadine filter. I tried to filter a canteen 3 times a day, but sometimes went with just 2 times. I ended up in the hospital when I got home due to dehydration. So now I take water much more seriously and really like bigger containers.
     

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    whiteoak, I recently bought a couple of Condor 10 x 4 pouches, and the small Coleman Max pot fits in there with a Nalgene water bottle with room to spare. I pack the lid and a sippy lid in the bottom of the pouch, and sometimes will nest a second mug upside down on the top of the water bottle. Please note, though, that because of the wide flanged rim of the Coleman pot, it is a bit slow coming out when being removed from the Condor pouch. The pouches are new, and I suspect they'll loosen up with use.

    A 32 oz. HDPE Nalgene water bottle will fit inside of a Stanley Adventure pot, but a 32 oz. Tritan Nalgene bottle will not. The lid from the Stanley works with the small pot and lid from the Coleman Max set. A 4" Tupperware lid, with a couple of holes punched in it, makes a very snug fitting sippy lid for the small Coleman Max pot.
     

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    Thanks I just looked and saw the Maxpedition 5X12 bottle carrier and think that will give plenty of room. I will give it a try with the bottle cup and pan and see if that works. for this kit, I would rather have it loose than tight my maxpedition canteen cover locked in the cup so tight I had to fight to get it out.
     
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    How about a WILL NOT NEST

    The IKEA/soon to be Hobo Stove came today. I was in hopes that it would nest in a GSI bowl+mug set. But it is just a fraction too tight.

    But, being a southern redneck, I am not willing to accept defeat so soon. Thinking about heating the plastic mug with a hair dryer and pushing the IKEA in to expand the diameter. I hope this will not be one of those "hold my beer and watch this" moments. It cost $8.00 so maybe I won't loose any more than that.
     

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    no luck with the reshaping. It would heat up and expand but go back to the original size when it cooled.
     
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    You would think that someone would sell a plastic mug that fits over a nalgene bottle like the glacier cup...
     
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    This tread is great! Let's get it going again!
     
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    Nalgene SS Guyot and an Olicamp Space Saver Mug.

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    Camelbak Better Bottles and Snowpeak Ti mugs (1L in 600, .75L in 450).

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    Small Swedish folding cup and large Swedish folding cup (cup and bowl set).

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    Nice!! there's my next wood stove.


    And this is what I carry with me.

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    I look at the cutlery caddy every day (I work for IKEA) and toy with this idea but always end up discounting it because of weight. Guess I'll be picking up one soon! ;)
     
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