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Zebra 152314 Stainless Steel Food Box and Pan with Snap on Lid, 14cm, Silver

by Zebra
4.7 out of 5 stars 182 ratings

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  • Food box with snap on lid that turns into a pan handle when opened
  • Use this food box to carry your food to work or school, then you can use your pan to reheat your food on a small electric burner
  • Heavy stainless steel
  • The pan measures 5 3/4 inches in diameter and 3 inches tall. Inner storage pan measures 1 1/4 inches deep
  • Use caution when heating

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The Billy Can is the typical campfire cooking pot for many centuries, it has been be sung in the classic Australian folk song "Waltzing Matilda" ("... while he waited for his Billy boil ...") a hundred years ago. Zebra advanced this design to the form of a three - part Pan with 14cm in diameter and 8cm in height , which is perfectly suitable for cooking on a campfire. The fascination of this cooker comes from its simplicity and robustness, but also the thoughtful, unfussy style. The pan, the insert and the lid are made of stainless steel and have a perfect fit. The lid has a folding handle which is riveted. The lid closes snug with the contained insert, which can serve as a pan, plate or bowl and without. The handle, which allows you to put the pot on the fire in total controls, also serves as closing hinge for the set. The robust dishes can be used without problems on fire, grill and stove, but we recommend, when using a wood fire, never to work without food to be coke.


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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 119 reviews
Creeative1
5.0 out of 5 stars I sure wish I had known about the Billy Pot before now.
21 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars I sure wish I had known about the Billy Pot before now.
Reviewed in the United States on 21 February 2017
They don't make stainless steel like this anymore. This is a quality piece that will last a life time. While I am not a camper and probably will never use it for that, I will be using it inside my 6 quart Instant Pot and the fit is PERFECT for PIP "Pot in Pot". It is large enough for two people to eat. I love the fact that even though it is lunch box it can also be used as a pot for cooking. The securing handle doubles as a pot handle. Plus you get the freebie of the stainless steel bowl, which allows you to cook in both places at the same time or use the blow as a plate. Get one, you won't be disappointed. There is enough space to prepare a meal for two people.

I purchased something similar from India for double the price and not near as great of quality and it wasn't marked stainless steel.
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Peter C. Rudolf
5.0 out of 5 stars The smaller pot worked great to serve into and eat from or boil water ...
2 July 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars The smaller pot worked great to serve into and eat from or boil water ...
Reviewed in the United States on 2 July 2016
I purchased this Zebra food box for my extended backpacking trips because it has two stainless steal vessels in one. The larger pot looks to hold about 4 cups of water. I found this to be ample enough for any backpacking meal (that isn't cooked in the original bag). The smaller pot worked great to serve into and eat from or boil water for coffee while eating oatmeal from the main pot. Boiling cold water in the main pot was very fast, even at 6000ft, with and without the lid on. the lid handles fold easily and I began employing them as a spoon securing devices to keep the dirt out of my mouth.

The internal volume is also quite ample, permitting me to store my entire cook set (less fuel canister), which includes: an Etekcity UL backpacking stove, OLICAMP pot lifter, triangle sponge, shortened spatula, and a 2oz Dr. Bronner's bottle of soap, homemade cloth windscreen/camp towel. All included, the cookset weighed less than two pounds (which is admittedly heavy).

The best features are the locking handle, which locks down the lid, as well as locks to the base for stable pouring. The main pot handle is long enough to stay cool, even when placed in a charcoal fire. the OLICAMP pot lifter works with the internal 2c pan (after a little jiggery-pokery).
Also, when latched closed by securing the handle over the lid, the box seems to be quite waterproof. I don't know whether it actually is waterproof, whether the internal 2c pan increases the tension on the lid, or some other combination of factors. I wouldn't expect it to be submersible, but you very well might be able to make a pot of ramen and then deliver it without spilling (much more than) a drop!

After cooking a half dozen meals in the pot I have noticed a slight discoloration at what I think are rivets. That said, the rivets are not rough, there appears to be no stress or strain or weakness at the rivet points (on the lid and where the long handle and lock are mounted).
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46 people found this helpful
Cloyd
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheap alternative to mainstream camping pots ....
21 August 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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13 people found this helpful
Roundman
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than MSR
21 March 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
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30 people found this helpful
Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 stars Use without pan has disadvantages.
11 July 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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17 people found this helpful