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    Registered User Dirty Nails's Avatar
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    Default Winter cook pot that pours???

    What pot do you use in deep winter? When I use my 2 qt pot to boil extra water (or melt snow), I can only fill it about 1-1/2 qt, then I spill 1/2 qt trying to fill the Nalgene.
    I tried to bend a pour spout, but it dribbles and leaks all over anyway.
    I'm using the Open Country 2qt alum because it's cheap enough, and has a bail handle to use in a fire. I just can't stick my Ti pots in the fire.

    Does anyone have a killer winter 2L cook pot, cheap, light, with bail handle(for fire) and pour spout?
    Or, does anyone have a good process for shaping a pour spout that works?
    Thanks!!

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    Until you figure out a spout you're happy with, raise the pot higher when you're pouring.

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    I use a cup to dip the hot water out. If there is a problem with this I do not recall it.
    "It's fun to have fun, but you have to know how." ---Dr. Seuss

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    I don't use this one but u might be interested. There are 3 sizes, 12,14 and 16cm.

    http://www.bensbackwoods.com/zebra-s...illy-pot-12cm/

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    bend one of the edges of you pot slightly with some pliers, can make it easy to pour that way

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