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Thread: MSR Litelifter

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    Goon
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    Hi, Just wondered what everyone thought of this pan handle ?

    Is it easy to use ?

    Will it work okay with weights say around 1litre pot of water ?

    Does it damage the pot sides ?

    I guess not so good with nonstick pans.

    Advantages : It's light. I don't know it's size. Can't think of anything else.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Ultra King Matt C's Avatar
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    It's good

    Yes

    Yes

    No

    Might scratch in the end

    About 3" long or so - not got it to hand here at work .

    Seriously it works well, I've used one for years now, in preference to the more substantial Trangia pot grab or any other, It'll handle my 2 litre MSR pan full of water as long as you place and grip it firmly. No trouble at all for smaller pans. A simple but effective bit of kit.

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    ‹bermensch
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    Mine works well with pots of varying diameter, from a 0.7l Vargo titanium one not much wider than a mug to a 2l Trangia one. As Matt says, you've just got to be sure to take a firm grip of the lifter. I suppose it might scratch a non-stick coating, but I think it would take a lot of use and would not be in a particularly critical area.

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    Goon
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    HI, Thanks for your comments. This lifter sounds good and I'm pretty much decided that i will buy one when one comes up next in the sale.

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