Snow Peak Titanium Plate

Specs

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 7.5 in
Material Titanium

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Snow Peak's Titanium Plate page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Be civilized and eat off a plate in the backcountry--this titanium plate weighs only 2 ounces, making your hiking time between meals less painful.

- REI

The Snow Peak Titanium Trek Plate. The Trek 700 is a unique and innovative design. Simple from the outside, this cookset is designed to Fit a stove, 2 fuel canisters and a spork. At Snow Peak, we believe that it's not enough to just be small and lightweight. The Trek 700 wastes no space. Many other functions such as the pouring spout and locking lid sets this cookset apart from any other. Specifications of the Snow Peak Titanium Trek Plate Weight: 2 oz Dimension: A~7 1/2in. Titanium

- Moosejaw

Snow Peak Trek Titanium Plate is a lightweight titanium camping plate that's a great match for your Snow Peak cookware. Use this camping plate to serve or prep food. Durable and lightweight at only 2 ounces. Titanium is extremely light yet super functional, leaving no metallic smell or taste and it does not rust. This Snow Peak Trek Titanium is the ultimate camping plate. Material: Titanium. Weight: 2 oz. Size (in): 7.5 D. Made in Japan. Snow Peak Warranty

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Carrying a Snow Peak Trek Titanium Plate keeps you light on your feet. Keep your pack light and your travels far with lightweight cook ware from Snow Peak. This meal ready plate is made from nearly weightless titanium to let you have what you need to better enjoy life on the trail. Putting this featherweight plate in your pack, with other Snow Peak titanium cook ware, will let you carry everything that you need to make a complete meal without slowing down your travels.

- Backcountry.com