I’m late to the party with one of these, but with the intention of using my Bushbuddy Ultra more I took the recommendation of the designer of the ultra-light stove, Fritz Handel, to couple it with the Snow Peak lightweight pot. Bushbuddy in its pack, left. Fritz Handel’s instruction sheet reference to the Snow Peak pot. The Bushbuddy is indeed easily stowed in the pot. A good combination. Before moving on to some details of the pot, it’s a detail on its stuff sack that caught my eye initially. The item I was impressed by was the toggle, artfully made of wood and not plastic as one usually would be made of. I was put in mind of a Japanese netsuke, as a utilitarian object made a bit special. Capacity markings in fluid ounces and fractions of a litre stamped in the inside wall of the pot. Manufacturer’s marks elsewhere. On the frying pan ... On the pot ... Using the pan as a lid for the pot, its got to be this way up. This way, it topples off with the agitation of boiling. Box script. In use, Bushbuddy fired up.