Ohuhu Outdoor Camping Cookware
Camping is a minimalist sport where you rough it off the land and enjoy the big outdoors for a while. Now, if you’re anything like me, you end up packing way too much. There’s so many things that you might need like matches, backup matches, several blankets, bug spray, flashlights, and your hair dryer if you want work it in. Okay..I admit it; I am more of a glamper than a camper but I do like to get out a couple of times a year.
Over time, I’ve come to realize that maybe I don’t need that many backup items, and I don’t need to try to bring my entire kitchen to cook our meals. Instead, I can get by with the Ohuhu Outdoor Camping Cookware Set.
Made from anodized aluminum you are getting a non-stick, durable, and compact cookware set perfect for camping trips and hiking. The 8-piece pot and pan set includes:
(1) Main Pot
(1) Pot Cover
(1) Frying Pan
(1) Soup Spoon
(1) Loofah Sponge
(1) Rice Ladle
(1) Mesh Carrying Bag
(2) Plastic Bowls
All of this folds and stores inside the pot, which sits inside the frying pan. Both units can then be stored in the mesh bag for transport and storage. Toss it into your camping gear bag or clip it to your backpack. Foldable handles on the pot, frying pan, and the soup spoon make them easy to use and store when needed. No more awkward handles sticking out of your bag or taking up space. They’re the perfect size to use with those flammable gel canisters for cooking. Designed for one or two people, you can’t go wrong bringing this cookware set on your next trip.
Grab your own Ohuhu Outdoor Camping Cookware set today! If you’re not outdoorsy, the camper in your life would love to get one of these as a gift.
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