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Ti DX Set With Stove

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a lightweight stove. The burner comes to bloom quickly and it burns hotter than a Trangia stove. For boiling water, the burner is probably one of the best alcohol burners available. The stove is relatively light, very packable, and sets up easy. There is what appears to be fiberglass on the inside of the titanium burner (you can see it through the seep holes) that allows the burner to come to bloom quickly. The design of it is kind of neat. It has two sets of jetting holes, at the top ring… Full review

Ti Non-Stick Pot .9L

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Fragile and flimsy, not rugged, not recommended for multi-day backpacking trips. Not as heat resistant as titanium should be because it's made from very thin metal and easily warps and burns when used on a regular butane stove. This pot attracts potential buyers by promising very light weight and non-stick cooking surface coating. Both characteristics are very attractive for backpackers, but what is not obvious is that the Evernew pot is made from an extremely thin sheet metal that easily flexes… Full review

REI Ti Ware Nonstick Cookset

rated 1 of 5 stars Although lightweight, very thin material. If you cook little it may be good for weight weenies. Not enough for a recommendation. Below is a picture of the Evernew nonstick cook-set made specifically for REI by Evernew.   First, I am reviewing it here because it seems REI will not allow 1-Star reviews on its website (at least in this case as no matter how I tried I could not get this review to post on its site). Normally I would not care, but I feel that a company should allow good and bad reviews. Full review

Ti Alcohol Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This stove does not put itself at the top of the alcohol burner class unless you combine it with the Evernew Titanium wind stand. It does not have a screw cap, is difficult to put out, and it throws a very hot flame mainly straight up (instead of out the sides like a white box side burner). It does cool much quicker than a heavy Trangia and is miserly on fuel if you simmer a pot directly on top only using the side burners. Now when you combine it with the Evernew Titantium DX stand, then this little… Full review

Ti DX Set With Stove

rated 5 of 5 stars One has to experiment with setting it up with both the base and windscreen, just the base, and just the windscreen to get the best of all possible worlds. (This is best accomplished at home instead of on the trail.) I use both to boil water with my Fire Maple heat exchanger pot. It will boil a liter and a half of water faster than my microwave. I use the burner and just the base to make espresso coffee in two minutes. If I want to simmer a pot and cook something that takes medium heat (like pancakes),… Full review

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Evernew Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Evernew and Jetboil offer titanium cooking systems
Titanium is all the rage in stoves and cookware at Outdoor Retailer this summer, including these new offerings from Evernew and Jetboil. Read more
August 10, 2011


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