Partner Steel Coffee Pots are rugged anodized coffee pots constructed with aluminum, to keep weight down. Its smooth surface allows for easy clean-up. The square bottom and 2 handles make it stable and easy to pour. The large opening is sized for a standard ladle to dip out hot water. This pot has a hinged lid to keep flying ash out. These coffee pots are available in two sizes, 1 gallon and 2.5 gallons.
The Partner Steel Coffee Pot can be used on any stove, but not recommended for being placed directly into a campfire.
Partner Steel Stainless Steel Coffee Pots are intended to be placed directly into a campfire. The larger lid is sized so that a standard ladle may be used to dip out hot water. Smooth surface allows for easy clean-up. The square bottom and 2 handles make it stable and easy to pour. This pot has a hinged lid to keep flying ash out. These coffee pots are available in two sizes, 1 gallon and 2.5 gallons.
Partner Steel griddles come in anodized food grade aluminum that forms these durable griddles is hard anodized with a tough coating that makes cleanup easier and promotes even heating. They are rectangular and feature 1 1/4" sloped sides with welded handles on the ends. These griddles heat rapidly and clean up easily; anodized surface means that a steel spatula won't scrape off the finish.
Partner Steel Dutch Ovens are constructed with top quality materials and flawless engineering. They are designed with your need in mind. Ovens can be stacked for cooking an entire meal at once. Dutch Ovens are available in five sizes:
10" 5 quart
11" 8 quart
12" 10 quart
13" 12 quart
14" 16 quart
. Made of food grade Aluminum, and are hard anodized so they don't scratch when you use stainless steel utensils in them. All five sizes nest together so they take up less space when packing them around. They do not have legs but you can add them with the stainless steel leg stands. The lids serve as a griddle or as a shallow frying pan.
Partner Steel Dutch Oven Stand. Set the Dutch Oven on these stainless steel legs to stack the ovens or griddles to keep the them off the ground so fire can be moved under the ovens or griddles.