Winterial Camping Cookware and Pot Set, 10 Piece

Last updated date: November 5, 2019

DWYM Score
9.0


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Overall Take

In our analysis of 156 expert reviews, the Winterial Winterial Camping Cookware and Pot Set, 10 Piece placed 6th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note February 19, 2020:
Checkout The Best Camping Cookware for a detailed review of all the top camping cookwares.

Expert Summarized Score
9.1
27 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.8
184 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
For the price, this is a great introductory camping cookware set. The abundance of pieces included is versatile and useful, both in the backcountry as well as at the trailhead.
- Outdoor Gear Lab
November 23, 2017 | Full review
The pans can also double as pot lids if you are making anything that must be covered during cooking such as rice or rehydrated meals.
- Cool of the Wild
Great value for what you get, includes a few nice extras like carrying bag and sponge
- All Camping Stuff
December 17, 2017 | Full review
We like the idea of being able to use this set as a regular camp cookware set and a great cookware kit.
- Camping Cooks
This is a very versatile set that could stand you in good stead if you want options, as you don’t necessarily need to take the whole set with you on each trip.
- Independent Wolf
Amongst all the cookware sets we tested, this product proved to be the best value for money, as its efficiency and durability are unrivaled.
- Cookwared
It is very easy to store and carry when you are in the go. The product is ideal for all types of cooking because of the non-stick coating.
- Alterestimate
You can rely on it because it performs well in high temperatures. Like all aluminum products it has excellent heat transfer to cook your food evenly. Manufacturer also gives you a carry bag.
- Globo Turf
September 19, 2019 | Full review
They are made of aluminum oxide, weigh only 1.5lbs and measure 3.5” in height when packed away. The cookware has a non-stick Teflon-coating and the set includes a ladle, bowl, spoon, bag and sponge.
- Outdoorzer
Durable, Great Value
- The Adventure Junkies
August 28, 2019 | Full review
One impressive feature of the winterial camping cookware is that it weighs a mere 1.5 pounds and consumes very little space. The aluminum oxide is light enough and conducts heat easily.
- Best Pickist
Interestingly enough, ​Winterial camping cookware ​set cooks and boils water very efficiently and quickly. You can make pizza or chicken. No worries about food overflowing.
- Cookware Reviews
Each cookware has lightweight aluminum oxide materials that make them withstand high temperatures. In addition, the inner area has a nonstick Teflon coating that prevents any food particles from sticking to the pot and pans.
- OutSideKit
Strong resistance to high temperature and scratches
- Recommended Things
The Winterial set is made from anodized aluminum and a nonstick Teflon coating providing a perfect cooking solution that is easy to clean, and each pan and pot comes with a foldable plastic handle that protects you from the heat.
- Best Outdoor Items
December 19, 2018 | Full review
Cooking is now easy with this Teflon coated cookware. This means that they are non-sticking for ease of cleaning.
- Do Best Products
This set comes with a carrying bag to make it easier for you to carry. On top of that, it is very easy to clean since its surface is non-stick.
- Top 10 The Best Reviews
July 19, 2018 | Full review
The entire set weigh only 1.5 pounds, making this set suitable for not only camping but hiking and backpacking. It includes a pot, frying pan, and tea kettle, along with some useful extras like a ladle, spatula, and even a cleaning sponge.
- Rolling Fox
The design is made to stand against high temperatures. Even the handles are heat resistant and won’t melt during normal usage. The teapot is perfect for winter camping trips.
- Hiking Mastery
Comes with a scrub pad, helping you clean the pots relatively easy. This can prove to be helpful especially if running water is not available.
- Cooking Chew
They give you the essentials of cookware along with a personal bowl, a ladle for safe scooping, a spoon that doubles as a spatula, and a sponge to clean it all up.
- My Outdoors Life
The handles of the pans fold into the sides of the pans while the handle of the kettle folds down. This means this set is compact when folded and stacked. The set also contains cooking accessories and utensils.
- Dope Outdoors
All the three pieces are stored together and are incredibly portable which allows for convenient carry, especially for campers who like to travel as light as possible.
- Best GPS for RV
The top of the tea kettle comes off if you don't hold it while you pour
- The Hiking Zone
It basically comes with 11-piece big set and all the set are durable. Tea kettle, frying pan and pot are made of light and solid aluminum oxide that can resist high temperature.
- Outdoor Kit Lab
November 4, 2019 | Full review
The set is made of aluminum. It is therefore hardwearing and lightweight perfect for the trail.
- Wander Era
August 24, 2019 | Full review
The convenience factor of this cookware set is what makes it a standout. You can pack all of the pieces together in a small bag and it’ll still only weigh 1.5lbs and take up virtually no room. For how much use you get out of it, you won’t find another set that’s as lightweight and convenient to carry like this.
- Your Cooking Pot
What experts didn't like
While there are many features included, not all of them are perfect. The "bowls" are small and strange.
- Outdoor Gear Lab
November 23, 2017 | Full review
Mesh storage bag is barely large enough
- Cool of the Wild
Teflon causes a few issues, such as being unable to use metal scrubbing cloths and having to be careful with high-temperatures
- All Camping Stuff
December 17, 2017 | Full review
However, the cleaning sponge and carrying bag seemed extraneous and not really needed.
- Camping Cooks
A little too heavy and bulky for longer distance hiking/backpacking.
- Independent Wolf
Some people avoid the Teflon coated cookware sets.
- Cookwared
Some small gripes concerning this set. The main issue is that the heat does not distribute well which means you can end up burning your food. The handles are not great for campfire use and I’m concerned that the non-stick coating doesn’t always do its job.
- Outdoorzer
Unnecessary accessories, bowls are small
- The Adventure Junkies
August 28, 2019 | Full review
Hard to know when kettle comes to boil
- Best Pickist
The bottom can be burned if you are careless and not using it properly.
- Cookware Reviews
Handles do not use silicon or fire resistant material
- OutSideKit
Higher capacity would have helped cater to cooking requirements easily. This one is on lower capacity side.
- Recommended Things
Features many unneeded accessories
- Top 10 The Best Reviews
July 19, 2018 | Full review
Food tends to stick, even with the Teflon coating for some users
- Rolling Fox
Too many pieces in the set
- Hiking Mastery
For the “Scramble Eggs Test”, the eggs stuck a bit after cooking, resulting in a few burns on the egg residue.
- Cooking Chew
The quality of the aluminum isn’t the best
- My Outdoors Life
Not a non-stick product
- Dope Outdoors
The bonus tea kettle has been added to this deluxe 10 piece set that is ideal for heating water for cocoa, coffee and tea. All of the essential pots, frying pans, and lids needed for camp cooking are included.
- The Hiking Zone
Accessories are unnecessary.
- Outdoor Kit Lab
November 4, 2019 | Full review
Pot lids are short
- Wander Era
August 24, 2019 | Full review

From The Manufacturer

Camping can be an adventure, but it can also turn into a hassle if you don’t have the right equipment. With this camping cookware set, you can get everything you need to cook a delicious meal without having to bring your whole kitchen with you. This 11-piece, lightweight set weights only 1.5 pounds, making it perfect for backpacking. WHAT'S IN THE BOX: 2 Qt. Large Pot and Lid - 3" (H) x 6.5" (Diameter) 1 Qt. Frying Pan - 1.25" (H) x 6.4" (Diameter) 1 Qt. Tea Kettle Serving Ladle 1 Personal Bowl Serving Spoon / Spatula Cleaning Sponge Carry Bag COOK & CAMP The Winterial Camping Cookware and Pot Set is an absolute essential when youre out in the woods. This set provides all of your backpacking kitchen essentials in one neat package. This is an 11 piece set weighing in at a mere 1.5 lbs. The pot and a frying pan along with nine other pieces store within each other and then in a small carry pouch. The teapot is ideal for those chilly winter mornings and evenings. Boil water rapidly with the large pot and cook a tasty and nutritious meal with the frying pan. Everything you needed is included in this package. This set was designed with backpackers in mind. It weighs a total of only 1.5 lbs, and takes up very little space. The total set measures 3.5" (H) x 6.75" (Diameter) . When backpacking, every ounce counts. It is important to select a cook set that is both practical and effective. All of the pieces are made of lightweight aluminum oxide and have a teflon coating. These items will hold up to the rigors of even the toughest backpacking trips. The lightweight aluminum oxide has a high thermal conductivity and the entire set is designed to handle high temperatures. Even the handles are constructed to take the heat and will never melt or degrade during normal use. With the Winterial 11 piece Camping Cookware and Pot Set you will be ready to take on any camping or climbing adventure. LIGHTWEIGHT: Only 1.5lbs, this set is perfect for any backpacking adventure. COMPACT: All of the pieces are stored together and extremely portable in their convenient carry. 11 PEICE SET: The pot, frying pan and tea kettle are made of solid and light aluminum oxide, which is high-temperature and friction-resistant. Making this set very durable. NON-STICK: Each piece has a non-stick teflon coating for easy cleaning and durability. OutdoorGearLab consumers Best Buy Choice award!

Overall Product Rankings

1. Stanley Camp 24oz. Cook Set
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 9
2. Bisgear Camping Cookware, 16-Piece
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 17
3. Honest Outfitters Portable Camping Cookware, 10-Piece
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 8
4. MalloMe Camping Cookware Mess Kit, 18-Piece
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 21
5. MalloMe 1 Liter Camping Cookware Mess Kit
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
6. Winterial Camping Cookware and Pot Set, 10 Piece
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 27
7. Odoland Camping Cookware Mess Kit, 10-Piece
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 3
8. Terra Hiker Nonstick Camping Cookware, 10-Piece
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 16
9. G4Free Outdoor Camping Cookware Set, 4/13-Piece
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 18
10. eGrit Backpacking Camping Cook Set, 8-Piece
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 3
11. REDCAMP Camping Cookware Mess Kit
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 7

An Overview On Camping Cookwares

Camping is an activity that many people partake in as a means of escaping the hustle and bustle of modern-day society for a night or more. Pulling up at a campsite, or hiking to one with a backpack, begins the process of unpacking the equipment you need to sleep in like a tent or a hammock, setting up your camp chairs or getting out your cooler to find a relaxing beverage of your choice. When all this work is done, you might find that you’ve worked up quite an appetite and need some grub. You won’t find many nearby restaurants at your new weekend home, so you’re going to have to make some food for yourself.

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Assuming there isn’t a functioning kitchen in your campsite, you’re going to have to either cook food over an open fire or set up a camp stove or grill that runs off of a fuel like propane or charcoal.

If you were to bring the same pots and pans that you like to cook with at home, you will find yourself fighting with an awkwardly heavy and cumbersome load of camping cookware that will leave you feeling frustrated.

“You need to find cookware that can go through high temperatures over the fire,” says travel and outdoors expert Thena Franssen, the brains behind the blog HodgePodge Hippie.

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Instead, think of investing in a compact set of camping cookware that is designed with the specific intent of making food at a campsite. Using the right tools for the job will make your camping trip less stressful and give you more time for enjoying nature.

Stainless steel is the most common metal that you will find in your kitchen at home and it is likewise the most common material that you will find camping cookware is made from. Another top pick for camping is cast iron, says Franssen.

Stainless steel offers the benefit of being rustproof, naturally BPA free and also providing an antimicrobial environment that hinders bacterial build-up. This makes the metal ideal for camping cookware sets like the eGrit Backpacking Camping Cook Set, 8-Piece, that boasts a set of pots and a pan along with plates and cups, all made from stainless steel. The stainless steel coloring can change a little bit if you cook directly over a hot fire while some soot can build up to leave a black coating on the pans, but the color change isn’t bad for you or the pans and the soot can be washed off with a wet rag or paper towel. Stainless steel is often dishwasher-safe as well, giving you an easy way to thoroughly clean the set of cookware between camping dates.

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Efficiently packaged sets of camping cookware stand out in the world of camping cookware. A small package can expand into multiple cooking surfaces and can oftentimes fit the necessary utensils and dishware needed for one or two people.

When you’re packing all your gear, it can be overwhelming when things start spilling out of the bag or tote that you’re using, but having a full set of cookware packed nicely into a carrying bag makes it that much easier on you when do start the packing process for your next camp outing.

If you’re the type that would rather cook all your food on a stick, directly over an open fire, maybe you don’t need all the pots and pans that come in some of the more robust camping cookware sets. To accept that someone might not want all the pans but might still want a vessel for a hot coffee in the morning some sets like the Stanley Camp 24oz. Cook Set step up and offer a fantastic package. The fact that the insulated cups fit snugly into the stainless steel vessel mean the entire package is contained within itself. The graduated pot has a collapsing handle and can boil enough water for a couple of hot cups of tea or coffee with little fuss.

As we mentioned earlier, campfire soot can find its way onto your cookware if you choose to cook over the open fire with it. This is not a problem to most, as the soot can be cleaned off, but it still adds an element of cleaning or dealing with the messy soot that some people would rather avoid.

A common way of cooking at a campsite is by the use of a canister of propane or butane that has a small stove attached to the top where you can set your pot or pan. If you like the idea of this clean way of cooking, a cookware set like the Bisgear Camping Cookware, 16-Piece could be perfect for you. The stove is included in the package for an added value, and it expands out to hold the included pots or pans in the set. Utensils are even thrown in to make this package a mostly all-in-one set that won’t leave you lacking in much. It will be necessary to supply the fuel canister separately and it’s always a good idea to take a backup canister, or two, until you get a really good feel for how much cook-time you can get from one.

DYWM Fun Fact

Camping is a popular activity in the US, with over 77 million Americans spending at least one night camping each year. This large group of campers has helped persuade companies to up their game with campsite gear, leading to an abundance of durable and lightweight products for all those weekend warriors.

The Camping Cookware Buying Guide

  • Meal prepping at home is a great way to set yourself up for success at the campsite. Chopping vegetables or portioning spices and meals together can be done easily in the comfort of our home-kitchen, then you can use the prepared foods at your campsite without the fuss.
  • Have a plan for washing your camping cookware. Carrying a large tote of water with a spigot can be handy for a lot of people camping near their car and the spout can be cracked open to drizzle water over the dishes that you’re cleaning. Another method is to have a bucket of some sort, sometimes they are even collapsible for compact storage, and to head down to a nearby creek to collect water and bring it back to the campsite for dish washing.
  • Be wary of local wildlife and the rules regarding them. If you are in bear country, there will be specific steps to take when you’re done with your dinner at the end of the night so as to not attract bears to your campsite. Raccoons and other critters can also come hunting for your dirty dishes and food scraps, so read up on proper etiquette and help protect both yourself and the wildlife.