Things that nest and lids that fit…

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    Snowpeak titanium bowl and snowpeak 1400 cookset. Adds a pot and allows steam baking or Dutch oven like cooking.
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    Anyone figured out a plastic/lightweight cup that fits over a Nalgene yet? I've already got a Glacier cup, looking for something to go over the other end to keep the metal cup freed up for more heating. I'm at the point where I'm starting to consider random household plastic jars cut down (hmm, gonna hafta finish that mayo quick, might fit…).

    FWIW a big Gatorade bottle is too small.
     
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    Can anyone tell me if there is a stainless steel cup that fits the Finnish stainless canteens?
     
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    I'd be interested to know as well since I just got one of these canteens. Thanks!
     
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    I could've sworn i replied my apologies . Reproduction of the Swedish military mess kit . Well not totally the windscreen and stove are original .
     
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    @Spork mentioned elsewhere the US arctic canteen cup fits pretty well with the usgi mess kit. It needs a strap or bag to keep it together. Too bad they didnt tweak those just a bit for a perfect match. 20190407_181207.jpg

    Fits the French mess kit pretty well also. (Oui) 20190407_181228.jpg

    Wildo large folding cup fits over the esee tin. 20190407_181137.jpg
     
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    I discovered the same thing . I nest my Adventurer cup with another 25oz. Cup in my Mountainsmith Day . It's holds one of the green cups , my small Trangia and Evernew pot stand for a nice compact cook kit with lots of capacity , 50 oz. .
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    Found these little glass bottles at the dollar store. :)

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    Those are nice. I have small plastic ones with snap lids in one of my spice kits. I'd much rather have those.
     
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    My exact kit! Now after looking at this thread, I need a small frying pan.
     
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    Yes, a small steel skillet/frying pan is a great tool. Very handy.
     
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    Condor H2O pouch, Lixada titanium 450/750ML pot, 350/420ML cup, bunsen burner mesh (makeshift grill grate) + 4 tent stakes, and 27 oz. Klean Kanteen. (cutlery don't nest with everything else and are stored in the side pocket so they aren't counted)

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    This little non stick egg pan (foreground) fits perfectly with my Chihee pot/Svea123 set, once you remove the handle.

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    GSI stainless steel kettle in bag inside Olicamp 3 quart pot with frying pan lid . All the bases covered for water and cooking .
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    Did I mention $1.49 for the pot at Savers . Appears to have never seen a camp fire ?
     
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    Ok I have tried several combinations of words to search this thread but I couldn't find anything so...

    Does anyone know if a Solo Stove 900 pot will nest inside a 12cm Zebra pot? I know it will fit a 14 with lots of rattle room.
     
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    Yet a good 6” frypan with a folding handle is crazy hard to find
     
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    Paderno with a Coleman handle. Bee's knees.

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    Oh crap! Lol I have the paderno! Now I need the handle

    Seems straight forward. Remove handle, drill holes, set rivets...
     
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    So my current cook kit is pared down and the lid almost fits. I can add 3 more pots to it and the lid won’t fit but will fit in the titanium fry pan. I just finished putting it together. My old kit was the 1100ml and the 750ml toaks but I wanted a bigger kit for a bigger group. So in this is the toaks 145mm fry pan, the 1300 ml pot, 118mm bowl (the lid from the 11ml pot works great), 103mm bowl, small wood stove. I can add the 1100ml, the 750ml (both have bales) and their older style bowl but the 1300ml lid needs to go in the fry pan.

    In the pouch;

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    Out of the pouch;

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    The pan;

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    Spread out;

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    The 1100ml pot lid on the 1300ml pot to show fit;

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    The 1100 ml pot lid on the 118mm bowl;

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    The two bowls nested;

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    I cut up some titanium tent stakes to help bake;

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    The tent stakes in the 1300ml pot;

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    The smaller bowl in the 1300ml pot;

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    More to come...
     
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    Tough to get that bowl out when hot but the bake off the 750ml pot fits it great;

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    Really helps and the lid still fits the 1300ml;

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    The toaks small stove;

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    lots of new stuff to try in this kit. Just finished it about a month ago now I need back in the woods. Thanks for looking.
     
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    Tough to get that bowl out when hot but the bale off the 750ml pot fits it great;

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    Really helps and the lid still fits the 1300ml;

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    The toaks stove;

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    Lots of new stuff in this kit to try out. Just put it together about a month ago. Now I just need to get back to the woods. Going crazy lol

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    I had an old "non-stick" Coleman frying pan that did stick... badly. So I used a grinder to take off the rivets and salvaged the handle. I went to the hardware store and got a pair of "tinner's rivets". They're the same soft rivets that come with a bail set from Ben's Backwoods. In the hardware aisle, there's often a wall or two covered with little slide out compartmented trays... somewhere in there you should find "tinner's rivets". They're not the hollow squeeze handle pop rivet ones. Align and mark your handle, drill out the holes you need, put the rivet through, and lay it over an anvil and tap it (it's soft) until it holds the new handle tight to the frying pan. Done.
     
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    Is that the Esbit tri Wing titanium stove on the left?
     
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    Didnt see anything after all 18 pages. Why one know a bowl that nests or packs flat that will fit the heavy cover canteen cup?
     
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    It most likely is...I've got several branded as Helion, but they are identical to the Esbit version
     
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    I don't have a Heavy Cover cup...don't know if the dimensions are the same. I've cut a USGI canteen in half to make a bowl for a US GI canteen cup brewkit.

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    It will stack with a canteen, but doesn't bottom out.

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    You had me scratching my chin with that one, led me on a wild goose chase trying to find a rectangular collapsible silicon bowl. That, in turn led to diy food grade silicon molding. There seems to be a lot online about silicon molds but the food grade part seems a little fuzzy and unsure. Maybe some of you enterprising folks can crack the code. The possibilities are certainly encouraging!

    In short, can’t help. But if there’s a bottom to this rabbit hole, and I manage to stumble my way to it, I’ll make you one. No promises.
     
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    Dave, will a steel GI canteen nest in the cut off canteen?
     
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    I don't have steel or aluminum GI canteen, but I imagine it would to some degree. The Nalgene Oasis and USGI plastic sits 3/4" higher. A MOLLE canteen cover will adjust for the extra height.
     
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    someone say nest.jpg someone say nest?
     
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    Gotcha! So for me I prefer to cook only on a campfire but sometimes you can’t have a fire. I am also a cooking merit badge counselor and it requires different stoves. Once I started that I also started collecting other stoves. I have a toaks alcohol stove, that Esbit style stove, a regular Esbit, and the isobutane style stoves. (Still need a pump your own pressure liquid fuel like a whisper light but hey it’s really just so the boys can see all options) anyway. I have the evernew pot support for the toaks but it’s too tall to use with the Esbit. (The idea was to show the boys how to be prepared and have a solid fuel backup for the liquid fuel but still the same setup) when I saw the photo I wanted to make sure. So super long story short... what style stove is that so I can make one? Lol

    I like that a lot... I may need to get a canteen from 5Col and sacrifice it to find out. I have been a bottle guy for 5 years. Before I had canteens for reenacting. I was convinced in the last few weeks to try a canteen (the heavy cover) and now I have two sets and my gear loadout has been modified and simplified. I am very happy. One meal I like to cook is shrimp Alfredo with garlic bread. My bottle kit I had several bowls. I realized I don’t have a bowl to mix dough in with this set up otherwise it’s perfect.

    Yea I went down the rabbit hole yesterday lol if you figure something out let me know!
     
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    The Heavy Cover is just a little smaller than the the USGI. The HC cup will almost nest in a USGI
     
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    Almost? So close but no cigar?
     
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    That means a HC canteen is slightly smaller. So a USGI cup, cut down USGI canteen/bowl combination might work with the Heavy cover canteen.
     
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    Sweet! I’ll order a plastic canteen and try. Two other questions for you fine folks.

    One anyone know a lid for the snow peak backpackers cup? (Sierra cup) see photo

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    Two; I’m interested in the wildo fold a cups how do the small and large compare to the canteen cup base?
     
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    On the snow peak backpackers cup the 1100 ml toaks pot lid is just a hair too big. Might be the best I can do unless other know better. I think to solve my camp cooking needing and extra bowl/cup issue I may but a second of these snow peak cups. I wear it on my belt like a kuska but I could use shock cord to keep them together and from clanging.

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    You can DIY lids...it opens up a lot of possibilities once you've learned how.

    Not hard to do it you select a malleable material. My favorite source for material is aluminum baking pans and cookie sheets from the thrift store.

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    I've also used thrift store aluminum water bottles and thick walled Energy drink bottles.

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    This lid was made from a steel Dollar store cookie sheet.

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    and for your next thread...

    a tutorial ;-)
     
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    Those look nice. I think I remember seeing links to tutorials
     
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    So I kinda panicked. I decided I would do two of the Sierra cups as I mentioned but snow peak was out. I had just bought the one I have back in May from them so I asked to be notified when they came back in stock. Looking at the internet for other vendor options my normal places were sold out. Many said it was discontinued. Found a vendor on amazon with 5 left. I signed up for the amazon credit card so all 5 cost me $12. Crisis adverted.
     
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    As far as a DIY canteen cup/bowl, the USGI canteen can be cut to cup size, as demonstrated above. But it can also be stretched. It's melting point is 155 degrees so you have to stay just below that. Heat it in the oven, oil up your canteen so it won't stick and shove it down inside the now pliable hot cut canteen and presto you have an oversized cup that nests.
     
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    Now that is interesting... hmmm I wonder if anyone has done one to sandwich in between the heavy fiber canteen and cup?
     
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    Not sure about that. I generally carry two canteens mounted on either side of a pack. In the one I'll have the Heavy Cover with cup and the other will be a Nalgene canteen with the improvised GI plastic cup. It's nice to have a cup that can stand the heat and another that won't burn your lips or can function as a food bowl.
     
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    Gotcha. I’m running two canteens as well. The cups are for cooking and baking, I carry a titanium Sierra cup for drinking but I need a bowl for dough mixing etc so I need something to go in between the canteen and cup or to pack in the carrier underneath. I don’t really have a pack so it’s just the carriers on my belt
     
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    Still got me thinking about it as I’m a canteen guy. If your just going to use it for mixing dough and cold stuff maybe the bottom of a plastic juice jug would fit? They tend to be rectangular. I like the idea of pouring cowboy coffee into another container that won’t burn my lips though, so heat safe for me.
     

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