Halulite Minimalist

The redefinition of ultralight cooking + eating

Halulite Minimalist

Halulite Minimalist

The redefinition of ultralight cooking + eating

Item# 50139

Price $27.95
The Halulite Minimalist is simply the redefinition of ultralight, ultra-minimal cooking and eating. The 0.6 L hard anodized pot is designed around a 110 g fuel canister and micro stove (not included) combined with a pot cover which flips to become a sip top and insulated sleeve for drinking.
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Features & Specs

Ultralight design integrates everything you need for hot meals and warm drinks in an impossibly small footprint.

Insulating silicone pot gripper attaches magnetically to fuel canister while cooking so it’s always at hand.

Unique 0.6 L pot and lid boil water for pouch meals before transforming into an insulated mug by inverting the lid and slipping the pot into its sleeve.

Telescoping Foon utensil made of high temperature Nylon 66Insulating cozy sleeve keeps drinks warm and helps to reduce soot and char on clothes.

Integrated nesting allows for stowing of ultralight stoves and fuel canisters (110 g).

Product Specifications

Major Dimension: 1 Person

Weight: 6.3 oz.

Dimensions: 4.20'' x 4.20'' x 4.60''

Material: Proprietary, Hard Anodized Alloy, Nylon 6-6, Silicone

Product Use: Ultralight Backpacking

Includes:
0.6 L Pot/Mug, Sip-It Lid, Insulated Sleeve, Silicone Gripper, Telescoping Foon

Customer Reviews

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By tejones 18:56 PM 03/01/16
5/5

Excellent product. It serves well as both a cooking pot and a cup for either eating or drinking. The reasons I'm not giving it 5 stars on quality are (1) that food sticks and burns at the bottom, so you have to continually stir it, and (2) that the sleeve tends to unravel at the top, especially during washing.

By Guy 04:21 AM 04/21/16
5/5

I have had this for about 5-7 years, not sure exactly when I purchased but I have used it extensively on many, many backpacking and climbing trips in the Sierra. I love this thing. I purchased it before I was super conscious about ultralight, but I had good intuition. It took some adjusting to get by with just one pot, but I have learned to use it for all my needs. I almost exclusively cook dehydrated meals, so I use this to boil water for dehydrated dinners and hot drinks. The only limitation I have found is when I want to use it to eat oatmeal or granola in the morning AND have coffee at the same time. Sometimes I bring along a styrofoam cup or a small plastic bowl to overcome this. Otherwise, this is my complete cooking set. The spork is crap and will break quickly - do yourself a favor and buy a titanium long spoon. I love the sleeve and the dual purpose lid. The pot grabber works well. All around, this thing is perfect for a solo backpacker or even for two if one person brings a cup. The rubber seal around the lid came loose a few years ago and GSI sent me a new one.

By Andy 16:28 PM 03/18/16
4/5

Bought this for a backpacking trip in Oregon and it worked great. If you want to have one device from which you can drink coffee, cook, and eat from, this is for you. The design is great, have not yet tried to store my stove in it yet so no comment on how well everything fits.

By Ed 13:01 PM 05/19/16
5/5

I have owned this about 3 years and I backpack/hike about 2 weekends a month year round and sometimes take longer trips of 1-2 weeks. I have used it with pocket rocket and canister stoves but I primarily use it with alcohol stove and occasionally esbit. I like it so much that I now own 3 of them (i ended up buying one specifically for when I wanted to use esbit because of the gunk it leaves on the pot). I bought another one for my spare hiking/camping kit I loan to friends who often go with me but don't own gear. This works great and is able to boil just enough water to rehydrate the meals I make and enough water left over for coffee or hot chocolate from a single boil. This means you don't need a separate cook pot and mug. The cozy keeps the drinks warm for a long time, even in winter hiking/camping. In winter the cozy also works as a nice hand warmer while you drink your drink. I have no complaints after 3 years and the first one I bought shows no signs of wear (I have never washed the cozy so mine doesn't have the unraveling I saw someone else post). All in all, I rate this as excellent even for ultra-lighters.

By tejones 18:56 PM 03/01/16
5/5

Excellent product. It serves well as both a cooking pot and a cup for either eating or drinking. The reasons I'm not giving it 5 stars on quality are (1) that food sticks and burns at the bottom, so you have to continually stir it, and (2) that the sleeve tends to unravel at the top, especially during washing.

By Andy 16:28 PM 03/18/16
4/5

Bought this for a backpacking trip in Oregon and it worked great. If you want to have one device from which you can drink coffee, cook, and eat from, this is for you. The design is great, have not yet tried to store my stove in it yet so no comment on how well everything fits.

By Guy 04:21 AM 04/21/16
5/5

I have had this for about 5-7 years, not sure exactly when I purchased but I have used it extensively on many, many backpacking and climbing trips in the Sierra. I love this thing. I purchased it before I was super conscious about ultralight, but I had good intuition. It took some adjusting to get by with just one pot, but I have learned to use it for all my needs. I almost exclusively cook dehydrated meals, so I use this to boil water for dehydrated dinners and hot drinks. The only limitation I have found is when I want to use it to eat oatmeal or granola in the morning AND have coffee at the same time. Sometimes I bring along a styrofoam cup or a small plastic bowl to overcome this. Otherwise, this is my complete cooking set. The spork is crap and will break quickly - do yourself a favor and buy a titanium long spoon. I love the sleeve and the dual purpose lid. The pot grabber works well. All around, this thing is perfect for a solo backpacker or even for two if one person brings a cup. The rubber seal around the lid came loose a few years ago and GSI sent me a new one.

By Ed 13:01 PM 05/19/16
5/5

I have owned this about 3 years and I backpack/hike about 2 weekends a month year round and sometimes take longer trips of 1-2 weeks. I have used it with pocket rocket and canister stoves but I primarily use it with alcohol stove and occasionally esbit. I like it so much that I now own 3 of them (i ended up buying one specifically for when I wanted to use esbit because of the gunk it leaves on the pot). I bought another one for my spare hiking/camping kit I loan to friends who often go with me but don't own gear. This works great and is able to boil just enough water to rehydrate the meals I make and enough water left over for coffee or hot chocolate from a single boil. This means you don't need a separate cook pot and mug. The cozy keeps the drinks warm for a long time, even in winter hiking/camping. In winter the cozy also works as a nice hand warmer while you drink your drink. I have no complaints after 3 years and the first one I bought shows no signs of wear (I have never washed the cozy so mine doesn't have the unraveling I saw someone else post). All in all, I rate this as excellent even for ultra-lighters.

Support & Warranty

Warnings

WARNING: Prior to initial use, always wash with hot water and mild detergent at home and dry immediately. Use only non-abrasive cloths and cleaners. Always allow components to dry completely before storing. Microwaves and dishwashers may prematurely age components. nFORM Ultralight Cookware and Tableware is not intended for prolonged storage of food or liquids. Should a component become crazed or fractured, discontinue use and please recycle the pieces.

Caution

CAUTION: Never heat nFORM Ultralight cookware to extreme temperatures or allow it to boil dry. Pot and lid intended for stovetop use only. Not for use with microwave ovens, conventional ovens or open campfires. Pot will become extremely hot when cooking. Always use caution when using gripper. Never expose gripper or lid to direct flame. Do not attempt to separate mug and sleeve or mug and lid while full.

Danger

DANGER: Steam will vent through lid during use. Always point vents away from stove controls and self while cooking. Always hold Lid securely against the pot when pouring. Always allow unit to cool before cleaning or disassembling. Do not attempt to rapidly cool nFORM Ultralight Cookware. Always respect fire and all other hot substances.

Warranty

All GSI Outdoors products purchased in North America are fully warrantied to the original owner against manufacturer's defects in materials and workmanship.

Normal wear and tear, which includes, but is not limited to, scuffs, dust, dirt, abrasion, etc., is not a valid reason for a warranty return. Repairs due to accident, improper care, or negligence will be performed at a reasonable charge.

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