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Alpha Pan


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Hard-wearing lightweight fry pan

Perfect for flipping pancakes in the backcountry, the Alpha Pan is lightweight and easy to pack for any adventure. The ergonomic flip-up handle with a safety lock folds underneath for compact storage and allows it to neatly nest outside a 3.7L Alpha Pot, while the advanced, PFOA-free, non-stick surface provides a durable, abrasion-resistant finish and superior heat distribution for quicker and more even cooking.


BEST USE: Backpacking
WEIGHT: 8.6 oz | 245 g
COOKWARE MATERIAL: Hard anodized Aluminum Alloy and stainless steel silicone grip handle


  • Advanced abrasion-resistant, PFOA-free non-stick coating
  • Lightweight, hard anodized alloy is strong and durable.
  • Ergonomic, flip-up handle with safety lock folds underneath the pan when not in use for compact stacking and storage.
  • Textured base for better stability on camp stoves.
  • Nests with Alpha Pots for compact packability.


  • BEST USE Camping, Backpacking, Mountaineering, Bike Touring, Overland
  • COOKWARE MATERIAL Aluminum Alloy
  • SPECIAL Pivot Lock handle


  • Can it be used over an open fire?
    No, the cookware is not not designed for use over an open fire. The silicone-rubber handle and the polymer thumb latch could be damaged by the heat of a fire or contact with flames.
  • Can this cookware be used with a domestic stove?
    Domestic stoves have a much higher output than backpacking stoves. If used with a home stove, the flame setting should be kept lower than with a normal domestic pot or pan.
  • Is it dishwasher-safe?
    No. Alpha Cookware is made of anodized aluminum which would be damaged by the caustic cleanser used in dishwashers.
  • Can my Alpha Pot nest into larger Alpha Pots?
    Smaller Alpha Pots are designed to nest with larger Alpha Pots, dependent upon the volume of each pot.
  • Can the cookware be used with an induction stove?
    No. Induction stoves require pots made of a magnetic material.