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Final Update – GSI Pinnacle Soloist Stove

GSI Pinnacle Soloist

Cooking Chicken and Rice at Buccaneer State Park

I have continued to use the GSI Pinnacle Soloist Complete system for all of my cooking needs since my last update and it has performed well while cooking one pot meals and remains durable with the exception of a little accident with my daughter.  Read on for my final thoughts.

Final Update on the GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Commuter Javapress

I have been using the GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Commuter Javapress for almost a month now. The Javapress has been very convenient to use since I do not have a coffee maker at home plus it is saving me some money, as I am not getting coffee on the run everyday. The Javapress is easy to use, clean, and the coffee brewed tastes great.

Read more here. 

Jenn K.

First Annual Holiday Gear Guide

Hello Loyal Readers!  Welcome to our first ever Holiday Gear Guide.  We feature products that we have used over the past several months and some of our favorites from our gear closets.  Check out our reviews of cool new items from Thunberbolt Sportswear, GSI and more.  Click here to read on!

GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Commuter Javapress

img_20161119_091343_fotor The GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Commuter Javapress is a double walled, portable, vacuum insulated, French press coffee mug. It is advertised to keep liquids hot or cold for three hours and has a 14 fl. oz. liquid capacity.

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Jenn K.

Keeping it Hot

Keeping it Hot

I recently received the GSI Glacier 1L Stainless Vacuum bottle to review. If you need to keep something hot, or cold, you may want to keep reading.   The 1 liter size is convenient, and I’ve tried it out already.  I’m really looking forward to taking it snowshoeing this winter.  Nothing like a hot beverage on a cold, Maine day.

The GSI website advertises the Glacier as being easily packable, with the following specs: image

  • Weight: 23.5 oz.
  • Dimensions: 3.70” x 3.70” x 11.80”

At that size and weight, I’d have no problem fitting it into my backpack. To read part 1 of my review, click HERE