Backpackers Pantry - Outback Oven (Fall 2015)
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||10 in. - 26 oz.|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||167002|
|Other Features||Non-Stick pan
Backcountry Baking Book
Convenient mesh storage sack
- Good to use but not made strong enough
I took the oven to Africa to trek the Namib-Naulkuft Trail in Namibia. Eight days unsupported, the trail is reputedly the toughest trek in Southern Africa.
I cooked pizzas, cookies, eggs, pancakes, all successfully on the oven, despite using an MSR Whisperlite stove.
My only real complaint is that the lid part of the oven is flimsy and has got bashed out of shape, being in a pack and being on this tough trek. I now need to hammer it back into shape so it will fit the base. If only it was made of tougher metal!
- I underestimated this thing when my co-leader told me she was going to bring it on our 45 day trip. But let me tell you it is worth the $85 to have this on an expedition. I came home and bought one. SO AWESOME. My co-leader brought her dads, which had some good years on it. Still was incredible. We baked cakes and all sorts of goods. We even used small tinfoil cupcake tins inside the pan (cut into individual tins) to serve each person’s food allergies. It was such a great addition to our kitchen and to have on a 45 day canoeing expo in Nunavut Canada.
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