Bear Bowl Indiegogo Campaign – Fold Away Pocket Size Cook Pot
Bear Bowl Pocket Sized Cook Pot Review
The Bear Bowl is the first cooking pot that can fit inside your back pocket. It is compact and lightweight but able to hold a massive 32 oz of water. With a metal base, it will work with almost all camp stoves to boil water or cook food. When size and weight are important, the Bear Bowl will save on both!
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- WEIGHT: 6.3 oz
- PACK SIZE: 4.5 x 4.5 x 1
- PTFE Coated Fiberglass
- Aluminium Base
What is the Bear Bowl
The Bear Bowl is a fully functional cook pot like no other. Folding down to the size of a wallet and popping back up to full structure is easy after doing it once and takes less than 30 seconds. You can boil up to 32 ounces of water on all your favorite cooking stoves or slow cook a hearty stew while building a shelter.
Made from a food grade, flame resistant material which folds out completely flat and an aluminum baseplate, the Bear Bowl is easy to clean and maintain. Simply unclip the poppers and wipe it with a wet cloth or rinse it in flowing water after cooking. If you are just boiling water then you don’t need to clean the inside of the pot but it is worth wiping the carbon from the baseplate to avoid marking your clothes.
The Bear Bowl cook pot arrives with a braided paracord around the handle which is a nice touch and it never hurts to have the odd bit of cordage in your pack. You can erect and dismantle the bowl in just a few folds and two clips which make it super easy to use.
Lightweight hiking, backpacking, and survival bugout bags.
Because it is so small and lightweight, there is no longer an excuse for not having it with you. It will fit into the fullest daypacks and will be almost unnoticeable in extra weight. If you think you might need to boil some water while out in the wilderness or heat the odd meal then the Bear Bowl is perfect. If you are going to be doing a lot of campsite cooking then I would suggest taking a more traditional cook pot which can easily be used on an open fire and saving the Bear Bowl for boiling water only.