I am a Camp Mess Tin Pot. I'm burning to know who's calling me a mess? On the contrary, I'll cook up a neat tent-side feast without the fuss.
We thought this was a great shape for a camping pot until we learned of the design’s origin story and became even more obsessed. It became even more fascinating as an object and as functional camp-side storage and cookware. Originally used as a military design for its compact travel size, the lidded tin is now beloved by campers all over the world, and particularly in Japan where it can surprisingly cook up a vast majority of the local cuisine over a fire pit out in the wild - anything from curries and stews to ramen for one and even a loaf of milk bread! Also ideal for mountaineering as its sturdy enamel resists dents from hard impact. We can’t wait to incorporate this piece to our camp gear.
Camp Mess Tin Pot was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Makoto Koizumi
With handle: 3.8” (w) x 7.5” (l) x 2.6” (h) or 96mm (w) x 190mm (l) x 66mm (h)
Main body: 3.6" (w) x 5.9" (l) x 1.8" (h) or 92mm (w) x 151mm (l) x 45mm (h)
Lid: 3.8"(w) x 5.9" (l) x 0.8" (h) or 96mm (w) x 152mm (l) x 21mm (h)
With handle: 3.8" (w) x 7.5" (l) x 3.5" (h) or 96mm (w) x 190mm (l) x 89mm (h)
Main body: 3.6" (w) x 5.9" (l) x 2.7" (h) or 92mm (w) x 151mm (l) x 68mm (h)
Lid: 3.8" (w) x 5.9" (l) x 0.8" (h) or 96mm (w) x 152mm (l) x 21mm (h)
Short: 12 oz or 345 g
Tall: 15 oz or 430 g
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