I have several cast iron pans including the Cuisinart Dual Dutch Grilling Pan, several Outset Inc pans and several Lodge Cast Iron pans. Probably about 10 in total. As a Chef, I tend to be addicted to the cast iron since that's what my grandmother use to cook.Hands down, the Lodge Cast products are top notch. You can feel the difference in the materials, the fine craftsmanship and the distribution of heat. The are made in Tennessee and worth every penny.Although the AmazonBasics cast iron pan is heavy. I just didn't see the quality in the product. The camping Dutch is fine for camping but I would not buy any of their other cast iron products. There is nothing on the box or in the packaging that states where the product is made, but I can somewhat guess by the quality. The pN just might be to have for the cooking tripod we have so it might have to rest on a grill or rocks surrounded by the fire. At the time of this review there was no product page to see the specifications. It weighs about 17-18 pounds with lid. The base pot opening measures 12.75 inches across and has a low profile of about 6.125 inches.The pan needs to be seasoned, I would recommend the oven to do this before taking it camping, just seems like it would be easier. It can be used in the oven up to 400 degrees.Overall it's a decent pan, good enough for camping by most standards.