MSR Titan 2 Pot Set
Light and compact but holds up to 2 Liters of water. Two pots. Holds my little stove and small gaz cannister.
- Just right size
- Excellent quality
- The little handle thingy takes getting used to
We’re countin’ ounces nowadays. I used to use a small Coleman cookset and a nice little mountaineering stove, but when I weighed the rig I was using twemity-five years ago I knew I had to shed some pounds. Of backpack stuff, not my waist. So I wheedled my way into an MSR Titan cookset for last Fathers Day. As you can see it only weighs 9 oz in its nice sack.
Comes with an inner potkin, but I don’t use it on the trail. I can get a small gaz, and the Primus stove inside snugly for a total weight of just over a pound.
Now on longer trips I will haul a larger gaz container. The pot holds almost 2 quarts of water and with the lid on, boils nicely. Only tricky thing is it uses the handle thing rather than something mounted on the pot itself. As with all mini stove rigs, just remember to put it on level ground and maybe support the cannister with a couple rocks.
Backpacked for years. Used to use a high quality mountaineering stove and a stainless steel pot kit. Got the MSR and little Primus stove last summer and was out in some windy wet weather—all worked well.
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $149
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The Titan 2 Pot Set replaced the MSR Titan 2-Liter Pot.
Current Retail: $111.99-$159.95
Historic Range: $94.95-$159.95
Reviewers Paid: $149.00
9.6 oz / 0.27 kg