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$163

ECSWP HWLYCJCJ Lightweight Aluminum Alloy Camping Pot Hiking Pic

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Product description

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This awesome cookware kit is designed for anyone loves outdoor camping with friends.
It is lightweight and portable which makes it much more convenient for camping, hiking, backpacking, picnic and other outdoor activities.
Anodized aluminum pot and pan, solid and lightweight.
Come with detachable stove and an adapter for flat or cylinder tank.
Stack up all of the cookware and packed them in a mesh pouch, very convenient to carry.
Specification:
Material: Aluminum alloy
Pot: 14.5 * 8cm / 5.7 * 3.1in
Pan: 15.5 * 3.5cm / 6.1 * 1.3in
Bowl: 11 * 4cm / 4.3 * 1.5in
Spatula: 13 * 5cm / 5.1 * 1.9in
Ladle: 16 * 7.8cm / 6.2 *3.0in
Total weight: 676g / 1.5lb
Packed weight: 791g / 1.7lb
Package List:1 * Fry Pan
1 * Pot
1 * Cover for Pot
2 * Bowl
1 * Ladle
1 * Spatula
1 * Cleaning Accessory
1 * Stove
1 * Adapter
1 * Pouch for Stove
1 * Mesh Pouch

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CURRENT ISSUE
September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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