FREE GROUND SHIPPING on orders over $25


12 Hard Anodized Dutch Oven

High-performance, high-efficiency dutch oven at 1/3 the weight

12 Hard Anodized Dutch Oven

12 Hard Anodized Dutch Oven

High-performance, high-efficiency dutch oven at 1/3 the weight

Item# 50412

Price $109.95
State of the art in lightweight dutch ovens, our Hard Anodized Dutch Ovens are 1/3 the weight of traditional cast iron dutch ovens. The cast legs make these dutch ovens stackable for multi-course meal preparation. Moreover, the garnet-hard surface allows for easy clean-up and never needs seasoning.
+ ADD TO WISHLIST

Features & Specs

Made of High-performance, heavy gauge cast aluminum.

Cast aluminum construction weighs 66% less than cast iron and never requires any seasoning.

Hard anodized aluminum provides high-performance efficiency even heat uniformity and easily clean up.

Lid lip holds coals and charcoal for all encompassing heat and oven-like cooking.

10” model nests inside 12” Dutch oven for compact storage.

Fixed legs for stability.

Product Specifications

Major Dimension: 12"

Weight: 6 lbs. 2 oz.

Dimensions: 13.40'' x 13.00'' x 6.60''

Material: Hard Anodized Aluminum

Product Use: Destination Camping

Includes:
Dutch Oven and Lid

Customer Reviews

How do you rate this product?

 
x1
x2
x3
x4
x5
Quality
Price
Value
By Tony for the U.P. 17:04 PM 05/01/16
4/5

Received the hard anodized 12 inch aluminum Dutch Oven as a 60th Birthday gift. I used it in the Porcupine Mountains to make my Porcupine Mountain Stew with Biscuits, Guadelupe Chili Pie with Corn Bread, a sausage, potato, cheese Breakfast Bake and French Toast Bake. The oven worked great for these recipes that I have been providing our crew for the past many years. The oven is light and is great for packing in and out of camp for providing great meals.

By Smccoon 17:38 PM 12/20/16
5/5

These GSI Hard Anodized Dutch Ovens are awesome. The 12" is best for recipes you would cook at home in a 13"x9" pan. We have been cooking in cast iron dutch ovens for years, but like the GSI Aluminum ones for snowshoeing overnight trips. Briquettes are easy to use, but require gear to light them, and they are heavy. Bring a small metal shovel, and the GSI lid lifter so you can use the coals from your campfire. All this takes practice, so make sure you have practice at home before you head out onto the trail or river to do DO cooking. With a little practice you will be the most popular person at camp. The cleanup is easy also.

By Tony for the U.P. 17:04 PM 05/01/16
4/5

Received the hard anodized 12 inch aluminum Dutch Oven as a 60th Birthday gift. I used it in the Porcupine Mountains to make my Porcupine Mountain Stew with Biscuits, Guadelupe Chili Pie with Corn Bread, a sausage, potato, cheese Breakfast Bake and French Toast Bake. The oven worked great for these recipes that I have been providing our crew for the past many years. The oven is light and is great for packing in and out of camp for providing great meals.

By Smccoon 17:38 PM 12/20/16
5/5

These GSI Hard Anodized Dutch Ovens are awesome. The 12" is best for recipes you would cook at home in a 13"x9" pan. We have been cooking in cast iron dutch ovens for years, but like the GSI Aluminum ones for snowshoeing overnight trips. Briquettes are easy to use, but require gear to light them, and they are heavy. Bring a small metal shovel, and the GSI lid lifter so you can use the coals from your campfire. All this takes practice, so make sure you have practice at home before you head out onto the trail or river to do DO cooking. With a little practice you will be the most popular person at camp. The cleanup is easy also.

Support & Warranty

Warnings

Aluminum conducts heat far more rapidly than traditional cast iron Dutch Ovens. Use care when heating to avoid scorching or burning. For best heating, use coals or charcoal arranged in rings on lid and underneath base. Rotate Dutch Oven and lid regularly to ensure even heating.

Caution

Dutch Ovens are radiant heat items and provide best results when used with evenly distributed coals or charcoal arranged beneath the base and/or on the lid as the recipe requires. Adjust number of coals/charcoal and/or proximity to heat source to reduce heat as necessary. Coals and charcoal may need to be replenished throughout cooking depending on the duration of cooking. Keep an eye on coals or charcoal to ensure that they do not burn out before cooking time has elapsed. Lid and base should be rotated regularly to limit hot-spots and prevent possible overheating. Dutch Ovens may not heat evenly when exposed to direct flame and the quick heat transfer provided by aluminum means that scorching or burning may occur much faster than with slower-conducting cast iron designs without careful use.

Danger

Severe damage may occur if overheated. Use caution if using Dutch Oven in proximity to open flame or fire.

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.

Accessories & Parts