Bisgear Carabiner Backpacking Non Stick Dishcloth Review

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Updated June 27, 2022
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After a few days camping, you’ll start to miss the food you make at home. With access to so many spices and cookware, it’s hard to match that in the wild. But with the Bisgear Carabiner Backpacking Non Stick Dishcloth, Cookware and Mini Stove Set, that’s not a problem anymore. The best backpacking stove not only comes with a cooking set, but cutlery to help bring a slice of home to your backyard shenanigans. It’s why it’s it helps to make up the best camping gear for any trip into the wild.

Why We Like It – Bisgear Carabiner Backpacking Non Stick Dishcloth

Why should you leave your kitchen at home when you’re out camping? With this mini stove, you’re getting more than a source of heat but a 12pcs cookware set to spring a slice of home to your outdoor activities.

  • Includes cooking set (pots cup fork spoon knife)
  • Boils a pot of water in under 4 minutes
  • Anodized aluminum nonstick pots
  • Limited to Coleman fuel


The Bisgear Carabiner Backpacking Non Stick Dishcloth with Stand Tripod Folding Spork Set Outdoor Camping Stove gave us every reason to use it over and over. Its quality easy clean aluminum pot did its best to cook some rather elaborate meals, and because of its non-stick pots we rarely had issues of food collecting at the bottom. Toss a bit of salt into the pot of water and you’re good to go. In fact, the Bisgear Camping Hiking Backpacking Non Stick Cooking Picnic Pot was able to boil a pot of water (about 3-4 cups) in under four minutes! It was just behind the MSR PocketRocket Stove in terms of performance.

Related: No camping trip is complete without a flashlight, take a look at our Torch Flashlight review.


The other successful part of the Bisgear Camping Cookware Stove Carabiner with Non-Stick Cooking Non Stick Picnic Knife, Spoon, and Fork was everything that is included inside. Starting with cookware, you get two anodized aluminum pots and anodized aluminum is perfect for camping. And the mesh bag for space saving easy carry is perfect for those who like to organize their camping gear. It was reminiscent of the space-saving design of the Ohuhu Camping Stove.

In addition to cookware, you get a wine opener, carabiner, dishcloth, and a stainless steel foldable stand tripod expanding to hold your mini stove. It’s 8.46” x 0.8-inches approx canister stand tripod folding into 4.25 x 0.8-inches when not in use. However, like the Coleman Camping Sportster Backpacking Stove, the Bisgear Non Stick Cooking NonStick Pot and Mini Stove is limited to Coleman liquid fuel.

Related: If you like this stove then out our BRS 3000T Ultralight Stove review to see what else is on the market.


The Bisgear 12pcs Camping Cookware Stove Canister Stand Tripod Folding Spork Wine Opener Carabiner Set Outdoor Camping Hiking Backpacking Non Stick Cooking NonStick Picnic Knife Spoon Dishcloth is by far the most comprehensive backpacking stove we’ve seen so far. Getting a good sports outdoors mini stove was enough, but then a Bisgear camping cookware set was tossed in with free shipping. Considering its performance and all the camping gear bundled inside, we’re more than happy to give it our seal of great value.

Bisgear Carabiner Backpacking Non Stick Dishcloth Wrap Up

The only real downside to the Bisgear Carabiner Backpacking Non Stick Dishcloth and Cooking Set was the use of Coleman liquid fuel. If you make that choice to use it, you’ll get an entire cooking set that boils a pot of water in under 4 minutes, along with nonstick pots, and a set of cutlery. It’s a comprehensive set that any serious or occasional camper needs.

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