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Snow Peak Titanium Trek 1400

2 reviews
5-star:   1
4-star:   0
3-star:   1
2-star:   0
1-star:   0
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I picked up this set to use with 4 people sharing…

Rating: rated 3.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $39

I picked up this set to use with 4 people sharing it and it did well for simple water boiling tasks.

The large pot held enough to rehydrate a 2 serving mountain house meal and make two small cups of coffee at a time. My only real complaint is the handle on the small pan has to be squeezed to keep it rigid or the handle folds up dumping your food on the ground. This was a minor annoyance that happened to every user if they weren't forewarned before use.

Overall weight is nice and my Primus OmniFuel folds up and nests neatly inside. I will still continue to use the pot for small group cooking, but will probably use the small pan for a trail bowl instead.

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This cookware set is great. The pot and pan have a…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: gift

This cookware set is great. The pot and pan have a wide base and are very stable on my svea 123 stove. The handles will get hot so use caution. When used with my brass lite stove I do not get any flame spillage and subsequent wasted fuel common to alcohol stoves and narrow based pots.

The stove, extra fuel, my cup, spork, spongy brush cleanup kit, firestarter, soap suds, bandanna and hand towel all fit inside making this a complete kitchen set.

Unlike most other titanium cookware sets where you only boil water, you can actually cook in this one. the pan acts as a cover for the pot, but can actually be used as a double boiler. You can boil water or cook rice, pasta oatmeal, etc. in the larger pot and poach eggs,cook sausages etc. in the smaller one at the same time. this set is great for 2-3 people, and have everyone eating at the same time.

My only caution is that the ti used in lightweight cook sets is thin and will burn your food and/or warp if you leave it unattended. By the way, I have no first hand experience with this. I watched another do this with a different mfg's product, but I feel the results would be the same.

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Snow Peak Titanium Trek 1400

currently retails for:
$16.95 - $59.95
MSRP: $55.95

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Specs

Weight 7.4 oz
Dimensions 5.5 in x 4.5 in (Pot), 5.75 in x 1.5 in (Frying Pan)
Size Stowed 5.75 in x 5.9 in
Material Titanium
Includes Titanium Pot W/ Lid