Test: Cooking Set Quechua

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Using time: 184 days

Presentation:

I bought this one in June 2012 just before to go to the “Gavarnie Circus” with Guillaume and one of these friends. I didn’t buy the cheapest all in aluminium but these with a Teflon treatment. I can tell you something, this one is really reliable!

After 6 months of intensive using (mainly each lunch and dinner), the treatment is still there. Only onion and garlic stick sometimes in the bottom of the pan but each time I could clean it without effort with a sponge.

The treatment is gone at the top of the pan and the saucer pan but it doesn’t matter to cook.

Also, the bottom of the sauce pan is deformed because sometimes I use the set to sit down more comfortably on the ground.

I recon this camping set is a little bit heavy and isn’t really compact. Therefore everything inside aren’t necessary. You can remove the 2 small aluminium plates and the 2 plastic glasses to conserve only the sauce pan with its handle and the pan (which is the lid. It’s useful to boil the water faster and don’t use too much gas). I use the 2 small plates and rarely a glass only when I cook like a chief to cook foodstuffs separately.

Wears and Tears:

I’ve bought two plastic spoons to not damage the Teflon treatment and I use only a sponge to clean the set after each use

Pros

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Price
Reliability
Complete for 1 or 2

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Cons:

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Weight
Volume

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Price: € 21.90

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