Add to your outdoor cooking implements or begin a new set with the Titanium Trek 1400 Cookset from Snow Peak, a frying pan and pot combination that weighs only 7.5 ounces and provides enough interior volume to hold Snow Peak's GigaPower stove. Nest the pot inside the frying pan for easier packing, the lightweight titanium adds little to your pack and the 47-ounce capacity of the pot makes boiling enough water for coffee for everyone in camp easy.
The Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium is the perfect ultra-light cooking set for hikers looking for a mid size pot and fry pan. The set consists of a 47 oz. (1.5 quart) pot and a 17 oz. (0.5 quart) lid/fry pan.
Looking for a quick way to shed some weight from your pack for light and fast adventures? Replacing your clunky pot with the Snow Peak Trek 1400 titanium cookset is a good place to start.
Two piece set includes:
|Capacity:||Pot - 47 oz Lid - 17oz|
|Complete Set Weight:||7.4 oz|
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
|Dimensions:||5.75 x 5.9 inches|
|Includes:||1.4L pot with handle; frypan with handle; stuff sack|
|Packed Size:||5.75" x 5.8"|
|Recommended Use:||Lightweight backpacking|
|Set Size:||2 pieces|
|Size:||Pot - 5.5 x 4.5 in. Lid - 5.75 X 1.5 in. Stowed - 5.75 X 5.9 in.|
|Snow Peak Trek 1400 Cookset - Aluminum||$39.95|
|Snow Peak Trek 1400 TI||$55.95|
|Snow Peak Snowpeak Trek 1400 Titanium Cooker||$55.95|
|Snow Peak Trek 700 Titanium Cookset||$34.95 - $44.95|
If you are an ultralighter, this is your cookset. I previously used the MSR Quick 2, for which (when backpacking) I never carried the cups and plates as we only ate out of the pots and draink out of our water bottles. By swithing to this set, I shed about 20oz from my packs weight.
At just over 7oz this will satisfy all backcountry cooking needs. The pot is large enough for noodles for at least 2, possibly 3 people. As stated below, keep the food moving otherwise it will stick. I recommend leaving a little water at the bottom when eating also, cause some food will stick when it cools down.
It's described as holding 47oz, I would say subtract a little if you are boiling to leave room for the water boiling over. With a Superfly cranked on high, no wind, water boiled in about 4 minutes.
The lid serves not only as a lid but as a fry pan (albeit small) and plate. The handle on the pan never got too hot touch. I never had a problem with the handles on the pot either, although using a pot lifter would alleviate the problem (the MSR potlifter weights 1oz and fits inside).
What else fits inside...other than the snowpeak 900 and 700 series, the pot will hold an 8oz gas canister, the MSR pot lifter, and the Superfly stove (though this stove doesn't nest well- would consider the pocket rocket or giga stoves for better nesting).
Pot set is very ease to clean, just run some water or wipe it out.
I spent an evening taking different Ti pot and pan kits out of their boxes and comparing them at the REI flagship store in Seattle. I compared similar items in their brand and snow peaks. Much of the stuff I saw seemed like it was from a little girls play kitchen set. The 1400 is a great sized cook set. I finally ended up with the 1400 and then nesting the 900 inside of that, then I nested my Optimus Crux and a fuel canister inside of that. I like to fondue out in the snow when we ski or snowshoe. Both of those sets work great as a double boiler. I am very impressed with the quality of all Snow Peak products.
This set is great, weighs next to nothing, big enough to serve 2, but small enough to pack away easily. I nest my stove, 2 sporks and fuel inside of it no problem. I do wish the handles were coated, but you take what you get at this price point for titanium cookware. As previously stated the lid/frying pan is too loose on the pot quick fix is rubber bands or velcro, and I understand the reason behind it not "clipping" down to the pot, and I appreciate that it wont get sucked on. Overall this is a great set for those of you looking to build your own cook set the nesting abilities of this puppy are nearly endless.
It is very nice to be able to carry a decent size pot that weighs so little. Cooks very evenly and cools down very quick when done. My chief complaint though is how loose the lid fits onto the pot and the stuff sack is too big. You really need to carry a couple of rubber bands to keep the lid secure when packing it in.
I'm still waiting to be impressed by Snow Peak. The pan doesn't fit on the pot as is stated, and the handles are flimsy. The bag is way too big for the set ensuring that the lid won't stay on. The whole thing just seems poorly engineered.
This set is very light, and was the perfect size for two people, however it's so thin that we had to work very carefully to avoid scorching our food, which usually was impossible to avoid. Have you ever spent 2 weeks in the Alaskan backcountry eating scorched couscous? I don't recommend it. I wish this set had a thicker bottom. It was impossible to get the scorched crust off the bottom of the pots as well.
I like my Snowpeak Trek 1400 Titanium Cook Set But most of my meals are Boil and add.
Care must be used when cooking, the thickness and the Fact titanium doesn't spread the heat very well.
Keep the food moving or suffer.