I’m happy to offer you the Mors pot, in plain aluminum, that will nest into the larger 1.8 Liter Mors pot--shown here.
This pot features a tight fitting lid with wire lid knob, and butterfly folding side handles.
It's a great little pot.
Why buy an off-shore pot (IMUSA) without a lid, when you can buy this pot, with a lid (and folding handles), for $5 less than you'd pay to get that off-shore pot?
It's easy to see why this pot is your better choice.
Plus, you get the added bonus of having your Aluminum Camp Pot being made right here in the USA
Weight: 6.8 oz
Meaures: 5.250" tall x 4.750" wide
Capacity: 1.1 liters / 5 cups
Handcrafted in Two Rivers, Wisconsin--USA--exclusively for Four Dog Stove
Posted by My son calls me Dad on 12th Nov 2013
I purchased this pot for the purpose of using it with my SVEA123R stove as a brew kit for making coffee in the park with my son. Despite the illnesses that aluminum can do, which by the way only is applicable with acidic foods/liquids but for just boiling water this is fine. My aim was to achieve a nostalgic look. The SVEA123R fits perfectly inside. Also, inside this,I included a GSI mug, a small bic lighter, a smaller than normal stainless steel teaspoon, and 2 coffee sacks for the ground coffee. It does not close all the way because of the GSI mug, there is a .25" gap but that's fine, since the whole set up is packed inside a mesh sack which is packed inside a small Swedish military surplus gas mask pouch (11" H x 7" W/top x 5" W/bottom)wherein I put a small bag that carries the coffee, tea, sugar, creamer, and some soup stock packets just to add variety. Otherwise without the GSI mug, it seals shut without any gaps.
This pot is well made, clean of any defects. Though it does leak at the rivets which some say will stop after constant use. Odd to think that you're buying a BRAND NEW LEAKING POT. One thing I don't see, under the pot there is NO "Made in USA" stamp. Hurts my pride. If it had that stamp, I would have given it 5 stars despite the leak. What a shame.
Posted by R Whitworth on 10th Jan 2013
While I really like the hard anodized aluminum pots the price of a plain aluminum pot cannot be beat. Since I mostly use it to heat water the non-stick feature of hard anodized is only occasionally needed. I've boiled many cups of water for oatmeal and freeze dried dinners. This size of pot is easy and lite to pack, it is just the right size to hold a small stove and fuel canister, and is a fraction of the cost of titanium.