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    ikea pots and pans

    the dreaded thing happened yesterday, I got dragged around ikea by the wife
    but whilst there, I spotted these, any good for single person camping??

    http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/00130167/

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    Look good for the price

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    canny. good spot... sorry about ur day in general though.. bad times

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    most ikea stuff seems to be good quality and priced well
    Campfires are best shared with friends.

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    I went to Ikea once.
    Amen
    Nobody wins, unless everybody wins

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratcatcher View Post
    the dreaded thing happened yesterday, I got dragged around ikea by the wife
    but whilst there, I spotted these, any good for single person camping??

    http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/00130167/
    I spotted these when dragged around the kids section. They seem okay but only have tiny welds on the handles, not sure how much weight they'll take

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    Next time you go pop into the instore cafe, the meatballs are pretty good for the money.
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    Under product information it says "Not oven safe". They're stainless steel.

    Made of durable material and stainless steel.
    Ah, maybe the "durable material" isn't heat proof? They certainly look like they'd be okay.

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    Key features
    - Mini cookware for play. Made of durable material and stainless steel.
    - Encourages role play which helps children to develop social skills by imitating grown-ups and inventing their own roles.

    I would think you'd be better off with a cheapo cook set from Wilko's IMHO.

    http://www.wilko.com/camping/wilko-c...t/invt/0342431

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    I use an ikea metal cutlery stand as my hobo stove, best thing since sliced bread. 5 quid.

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