Snow Peak Mini Solo Cookset

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Snow Peak Mini Solo Cookset -

The Titanium Mini Solo Cook Set by Snow Peak. 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.

FEATURES of the Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo Cook Set.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo Cook Set.

Fabric:

  • Titanium construction
  • Comes with a lightweight nylon storage bag; stowed dimensions are 4.25 (diameter) x 5.2 (height) inches

Features:

  • Perfect for the solo camper or hiker that enjoys both hot drinks and hot food at the same time
  • Both pot and cup have a handle that folds flat for packing
  • One 4 1/4in. x 4 3/4in Pot. Vol. 28oz.
  • This cookset comes with a titanium pot, cup, and lid, which stack and store inside the included mesh stuff sack
  • One 10 ounce cup.
  • Kit includes 28-fl. oz. pot with lid and a lightweight, 10 fl. oz. cup; pot nests inside cup, Giga™ stove nests inside pot
  • Pot. Vol. 28oz. (828 ml), cup 10 oz (295.7 ml)
  • Rounded bottom edges are easy to clean and improve heating efficiency
  • Nesting design
  • 28 fl. oz. pot is 4 inches (diameter) x 4.75 inches (height)
  • Wt. 5.5 oz (156 g)
  • It features folding handles and graduated markings for easily measuring volume
TahoeMountainSports.com
The Snow Peak Mini Solo Titanium Cookset is made for one man treks into the backcountry.
Kit includes a 28 oz. Pot and 10 oz. Cup with a nylon storage sack.
Super light titanium is used to reduce weight and speed heating times. Easy to clean titanium is also used for its great strength-to-weight ratio.
The Mini Solo can also store certain models of Snow Peak stoves or two 210g Giga Power Canisters inside to save space.
Snow Peak makes some of the best camp cookware and this backpacking cookware is a light-weight backpacker's favorite.

Campsaver.com

The Snow Peak Mini Solo Titanium Cookset represents the ultimate cook set for solo backpackers and campers. The Titanium Mini Solo Cookset features fold away handles for easy lifting, 10 oz cup and 28 oz pot with lid. When stowed away, this set can hold a GigaPower Fuel and GigaPower pot.


Backcountry.com
The Snow Peak Mini Solo Titanium Cookset is made for one-man treks into the outback. Super light titanium is used to reduce weight and speed heating times. Easy to clean titanium is also used for its great strength-to-weight ratio. The Mini Solo can also store certain models of Snow Peak stoves to save space as well.

Ramsey Outdoor
Lightweight and durable, Snow Peak's Mini Solo Cook Set will accompany you anywhere. This little cook set is the first choice of climbers throughout Japan. A pot for cooking and a cup for drinking. Designed to stow Snow Peak's GigaPower stove and fuel canister, this certainly is a dream-come-true for the bare minimalist backpacker.
Backcountry Edge

The Snow Peak SCS-004T Mini Solo Titanium cook set includes a 28 oz. (0.875 quart) pot with lid, a 10 oz. cup, and a stuff sack.


Gearx

Lightweight and durable, Snow Peak's Mini Solo Cookset can accompany you anywhere. Titanium is more corrosion resistant than stainless steel, and more heat resistant than aluminum.


Campmor
Great light weight cook set. Can accommodate snow peak 110 g fuel canisters.

REI

Traveling light and fast? This minimalist kit packs your kitchen into a tiny space, and weighs about 5 ounces.

Capacity and dimensions per piece are as follows:

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Activity:Backpacking
Capacity:Pot - 830ml/28oz Cup - 330ml/10oz
Cookware material:Titanium
Dimension:Ø4 1/4 x 5 1/8"
Dimensions:5.2 x 4.25 inches
Includes:0.82L pot; lid; cup; storage sack
Item Weight:5.5 oz.
Material:Titanium
Nonstick surface:No
Packed Size:4.25" x 5.2"
Recommended Use:Lightweight backpacking
Size:Pot - 3 3/4 in. diameter X 4 3/4 in. H Cup - 4 in. diamater X 1 1/4 in. H
Stowed size:4.25 x 5.15
Type:Titanium Cookware
Upc, Ean, Isbn:691688115652
Weight:5.5 ounces
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Snow Peak Mini Solo Cookset Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Upgrade

When i buy a product i want it to fit my use for many scenarios whether I'm hiking alone and want lightweight, hiking with my girlfriend, multiple people or just my dog, because i dont want multiple stoves, multiple tents, and multiple sleeping bags etc. so i upgraded from the GSI Pinnacle Soloist which had a plastic spoon, plastic bowl, and plastic lid...all of which i was very uneasy about getting near heat( being part of a cookset is like bad math to me. its obvious what should and should not be.) the snow peak ti set is as you probably know 5oz which is half the weight of the pinnacle. the pinnacle fit a 200g fuel canister but because of the nonstick coating you were forced to put a sock around the canister, which if the sock got wet at all would collect dirt or RUST from the canisters even overnight..couldnt even consider a paper towel which caused 2x the problems. the sock also made it so the whole system could not close all the way, a huge delemma for me choosing between protecting the nonstick coating or closing it up properly, and this was a very very thin ankle sock for women so it doesnt get smaller than that. the snow peak set has not had this problem because i havent been forced to protect the canisters, which either 2 100g canisters will fit or a canister n unsheated pocket rocket style stove. i found that with 2 canisters the stuff bag holds the stove nicely on top along with a lighter n extra waterproof matches. and of course the snow peak titanium spork will lay length wise along the cookset, when cinched all stays secured tightly and very organized. the loosefitting stove top isnt problamaticly loose at all and with the stuff sac it doesnt move a bit, its pinned in place. even with that being said though, if you watch video's like Chris Townsends review of his gear for the PNT Thru-hike and you see any form of titanium cookset you will notice the light clanking sound of titanium lids which sit slightly loose but fit perfect when heated. something about that sound rings QUALITY and everytime i take my set out to start up a meal that sound reminds me of all the hard work ive done to earn myself quality products and the hard walking ive done to earn myself a good meal. so when reading the reviews i was shocked that nobody felt the same way and actaully looked at it as a negative aspect. i will give the clanking sound a positive review! load ur set so there is no sound or load it in a way that it does make sound(although it would be minimal, and i'd be suprised if you could hear it through the bag and gear.) and have 1 extra deterant for animals. i use a bear bell anyways so i dont mind sounds they make me much more comfortable. anyway i think the set is designed perfectly. its lightweight, versatile in the way you can load it, and I have yet to see a titanium set that didnt last 15+ years and still perform flawlessly. in fact other than the blackening on the bottom they could pass as brand new. You also dont have to be as delicate with it as GSI products made of aluminum and nonstick coating that you have to be mindful of. all in all there is really nothing bad i have to say about this cookset im very happy when i think about it being in my pack waiting for me. sometimes it seems like people want to find something to complain about to make their review mermit more value somehow but i think youd really have to try hard to view something as negative about this cookset and that will end up devaluing the review. all in all. get this cookset. oh yea and i have not had a problem with cooking a large batch of insta-mash pertatoes for 2 in the pot. if there were more than 2 itd be a simple few extra minutes to heat more water. thats ok though because you got 2 canisters in just the pot alone.:) Titanium for the win. I'll be switching to all titanium components in my gear including my stakes.
HikerWShepherd at REI on 06/06/2012

I’ll preface this review with my cut and paste statement that I work as a backcountry backpacking guide in Yosemite National Park. Nearly all of the products I take the time to review have seen at least a half a season, if not more, of use... and I’m committed to not bothering to write a review until I feel like I’ve really gotten to know a product. I never thought I’d bother to write reviews, but I’ve recently decided that since I’ve spent so much time over these last many years reading reviews, and finding a tremendous amount of value in articulate and well-informed opinions, that I wanted to give back to the community. So, with that being said, here we go...
With this set, my Snow Peak LiteMax stove, and some fuel... I'm done with messing with cooksets. Granted, this set isn't for folks looking to actually do a lot of cooking. I reviewed the GSI Soloist cookset, which is a decent option for someone looking to do more cooking. However, if you're stocking with dehydrated meals, oatmeal, cereals, finger/bag foods, and other simple cooking where most of what you do is boil water... this is as good as it gets. I use the cup for my coffee while boiling more water in the pot for my oatmeal or dinner in a bag. I just wrap my stove up in a bandanna, throw it inside along with a can of fuel, and go.
One downside to keep in mind... if you dent the titanium while a fuel can is inside... good luck getting it out. It is only with caution that I store a fuel can in the pot. Also, if you've never handled hot titanium... it transfers heat almost instantaneously. If you're bare-handed, and holding the body of the cup while you pour hot liquid in it, you'll yowl like a cat and throw hot liquid everywhere. Great way to make friends in the backcountry.

Banning Lyon at Backcountry.com on 03/07/2012

Best Snowpeak Mug not as good as old set

This is the best small set/mug that snow peak makes by far. It has small details that their 600 and 700 mugs do not have - it has a Ti lid, and Ti handles. The 600 seems to have stainless handles, and no lid. The 700 has a stainless lid. So basically, with this set you get a bigger mug, that maybe lighter on it's own than the two smaller 600&700 mugs snowpeak sells. Plus, you get a Ti lid. Plus, you get the second small cup as a bonus. I also own the GSI dualist set and this is much lighter and you don't have to worry about scratching it or scorching it in a fire pit.

But it is not as good as the old house brand made by another Japanese Ti pot company. That old set had a ceramic nonstick coating, this does not. The old set had long handles, this does not. The old set had a larger and more useful second cup, this one's second cup is almost too small. The old one had a better fitting lid with helps reduce fuel consumption. The old set also had nice silicone coated handles and this does not.

So great set. Better than 600&700. But not as good as the old set.

The bottom cup needs a cover to keep it's contents warm. I used a plastic cover from a raisin can.
Engineer at REI on 08/08/2013

You will have to decide whether you want a tall pot or a more squat pot. If you want a 'taller' pot then there is no better one than the Snow Peak Solo. For several years I tended to keep my kitchen in an outer side pocket of the Mithril-this meant a taller pot was the way. The Snow Peak Solo has covered almost a 1000 miles of the AT with me, several hundred miles in many national parks, and been taken on too many paddle trips to remember. It still is dent free, it still heats up and cleans quickly. The fact that the cup nestles onto the bottom is a nice feature (I avoid putting anything flavored into a bladder and the cup is nice for drink mixes). I've got a Snow Peak stove but discovered alcohol stoves (I use a Brasslite) and prefer them over lugging an empty canister out. An alcohol stove, a pot gripper, mini-bic, micro scrub set, and leatherman micra all fit inside. To keep things from rattling I stuff in a water bag.
My only complaint on the Solo pot is the little triangle lifter on the lid-it is hard to pull off the lid with just it, that is using the pot gripper.
All in all a great product that, like the Brasslite stoves, should become an heirloom.

MedicineMan at Backcountry.com on 07/08/2006

Ok for solo. Better than the Trek 700.

I purchased both this (Solo Mini) and the Trek 900 because I couldn't decide. I ended up sending this one back and keeping the Trek 900. Here's the reasons.

1) can't hold the larger (wider) fuel canisters
2) no unit markings on main pot
3) Costs 50% more than the Trek 900 but uses less material and is smaller. Weight/Space differences between the two are negligible.
4) Very tall/skinny. Taller than the Trek 900, but a lot narrower which makes it feel unstable and top-heavy.
5) It's so narrow that the burners from larger stoves are wider than the cook pot (white gas, propane, dual burners, and some canister stoves). This makes most of the heat go up the sides and miss the pot. Very inefficient. If you use a Pocket Rocket, Giga or other canister stove with a powerful center burner, this probably won't be an issue for you.

It's not all bad. It looks like a great product for people who camp alone or who are 100% self sufficient (ie: no sharing stoves, fuel or boiled water) and don't need the larger fuel canisters.
SaoDavi at REI on 07/07/2011

What I like about this cookset is the fact it is light, compact, and durable. I can store the Snow Peak Giga Power Stove, a can of fuel, and a folding titanium spork inside the large pot. Then the mug nests to the bottom of the pot, and the Snow Peak Giga Power Windscreen nests under it. My whole coockset, stove, and utinsels fit in the stuff sack smaller than a 32oz bottle. The Titanium will last for ever, and wont be absorbed into your food. The mug has a nice set of measurements stamped inside.
What I don't like is the lid's handle is tiny, the pot and lid's handles get hot, and the mug looses warmth quickly. I use my multitool to open the lid, and a hankerchief to handle the pot. The mug I either deal with it or sometime use a neoprene koozie to insulate it.
Overall this is my favorite cookset and I use it every time.

Sean Chism at Backcountry.com on 11/06/2009

great stow away piece of kit

This is a great little pot to add to a smaller kit. the set will nest a nalgene bottle inside of it and the nalgene neoprene insulation sleeve will fit around the whole thing, now you have a cook kit wrapped around your nalgene bottle. Cant put a stove inside of it when you do that but if you dont favor canister stoves inside the pot is not a great place for your stove any ways.

It does the job and takes up super minimal space. The lid is even a bit of a vapor seal allowing a fair bit of steaming to occur in your pot, though the lid is still flat enough to pack easily.

The people at Snow Peak say that they designed the pot to cook rice, and that design shows in the pots efficiency.

I wish it was cheaper so I dropped a star, but I like it allot.
AlanValentinus at REI on 03/03/2012

This set rocks. I pack in the western high country with horses. This set has served me well for over 50 pack trips as well as uncountable backpack trips. It has been packed in pack saddle panniers as well as saddle bags and back packs. It still is dent free and heats just as good as it did on the first day I used it.
I can heat water to a boil in 3 minutes in the pot with my MSR stove. With 3 guys and some Mountian House food dinner is ready in no time at all.
One warning though. The titanium transfers heat almost insantly. Make sure you have a glove or some kind of holder if you pour boiling hot water into the coffe cup. I have a hard time holding the coffe cup with the provided holder. But that doesn't keep me from giving this a 5 star rating.

Robert at Backcountry.com on 07/18/2012

Great Item,,for the Soloist!

I'm on the trail, or the water, or the Bike route three to four times a month. Either over night or multi night trips. One of my favorite uses is making up a fried trout dinner just for one by slicing up the trout in pieces and frying them with a bit of oil in the lid. In the large pot I add dehydrated Beans, mixed vegetables, onion and garlic to filtered water make sort of a soup to eat with the Trout or whatever I have caught. Sometimes I had the trout to the soup instead of just eating it separate..Using the Snowpeak Stove I've cooked this up on my Bass Boat while out on the Water waiting for another Bite as well as next to a stream which I biked too for the day and of course Backpacking trips..Great little outfit..
nobocan at REI on 09/09/2011

I've only had the chance to use this set a few times now, but it works great. Very compact, and my MSR Pocket Rocket stove fits nicely inside for added protection and to keep the bulk down. The first time I used it, temps got down to 18 degrees, and the single wall cup just wasn't enough to keep coffee warm. Because of this, I picked up the Snow Peak Titanium Double Wall Cup 450 which fits nicely inside this solo set. No more bulk with minimal added weight.
The only problem I had is that the larger pot is just barely wide enough to fit on my stove. It works, but it looks like it would fall off with the slightest bump.

Scott J. at Backcountry.com on 03/25/2008

Negative Reviews:

Too small for my canister stove

While this pot may work well on a small fire it is too small in diameter to sit correctly on my canister stove, a MSR Pocket Rocket.
Larry Sw at REI on 09/09/2013