This instant cooking pot employs lantern’s heat to prep meals on adventure trips
Camping trips can be pretty tough and having the right kind of gear and cooking accessories is vital. The WAMP instant cooking pot is one such essential accessory that makes use of the heat generated by the lantern to cook food in the wilderness.
For outdoorsy people, their adventure gear is the most valuable asset enroute to treks, hikes, or expeditions that span anywhere between a couple of days to a month. The good old reliable lantern being one of them. Keeping food warm or cooking whatever comes one’s way is the way to go on such arduous journeys, and the less there is to carry, the better it is. Of course without compromising on the essential items that are a must-have for core survival.
Meet WAMP, a camping cooking pot made from ultra-durable duralumin material, ideal for campers who value multiple uses of things they stuff in the backpack. Although a pretty basic utensil, this solves a very useful purpose. You can put it on top of any oil lantern to employ the heat dissipated to good use. Case-in-point, heating or keeping the food warm without expending any extra energy. Be it cooking piping hot canned food or preparing energy-boosting tea on a long trip to the mountains.
This camping instant pot makes complete sense as it employs the lantern heat in the range of 200 – 300 degrees Celsius to judicious use. After all, out in the wild everything is at a premium – energy reserve in particular. Keeping in mind easy carrying aesthetics, WAMP cooking pot can be attached to the backpack with a carbineer. The accessory is going to be available in six peppy color options including cool blue, green, yellow, red and silver.