Snow Peak Titanium 3-Piece Cookset

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Snow Peak 3 Piece Titanium Cookset Features.

What's in the box: 2 Titanium Pots And Frying Pan

Snow Peak 3 Piece Titanium Cookset.
The Snow Peak 3 Piece Titanium Cookset is ideal an ideal camping utensil, for you and your friends. If you enjoy backpacking or climbing and want to make it on your own, then this is the set for you. This three-piece cookset consists of two titanium pots and a frying pan. They can be used to cook anything you want, be it a cup of noodles, to fresh fish from the river. This entire set weighs less than one-half pound, making it ideal for light travelers. The folding handles make them easy to pack and stack together. They come with a mesh carrying sack, which can be used to stow them, when not in use. If you enjoy the outdoors and need an ultra convenient cooking set to carry anywhere you go, purchase the Snow Peak 3 Piece Titanium Cookset.

Key Features.

Fabric:

  • Comes with a lightweight nylon mesh storage bag with draw string

Size and Dimensions:

  • Dimensions of fry pan = 5.75 inches (dia.)
  • Dimensions of 26 fl. oz. pot = 2.25 in. (height) x 5.5 inches (dia.)

Features:

  • Kit includes 26-fl. oz. and 18-fl.oz. pots, plus a 14-fl. oz. fry pan that also serves as a lid
  • Wt. 3.25 oz (96 g)
  • Titanium
  • Rounded bottom edges are easy to clean and improve heating efficiency
  • Each pan has a handle that folds flat for packing
Mountain Gear
A modular cookset, which nests neatly with other Snow Peak products.

Campmor
Titanium is a lightweight and strong metal that will not rust or melt. More corrosion resistant than stainless steel, and more heat resistant than aluminum. Titanium is ideal for solo backpackers who want to trim every last ounce of weight. Will not emit metallic odors or aggravate metallic allergies. Three piece set includes 2 pots (5.5 in. x 2 1/4 in. Vol. 26oz. and 5 in. x 2 1/8 in. Vol. 18oz.) and one 5 3/4 in. frying pan. Nylon stuff sack included. Weight: 7.1 oz.

REI

Perfect for the minimalist gourmet, this compact cook kit weighs just 7.1 oz.

Capacity and dimensions per piece are as follows:

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Activity:Backpacking
Comes with:2 pots and a fry pan. Fry pan acts as lid for larger bowl. Nylon stuff sack included.
Cookware material:Titanium
Country of Origin:Japan
Dimensions:(stowed) 5.75 x 2.75 inches
Includes:0.75 L pot w/ handle; 0.5 liter pot w/handle; frypan lid w/ handle
Material:Titanium
Nonstick Surface:no
Pot Grabber:no
Type:Pots & Pans
Weight:7.1 ounces
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Snow Peak Titanium 3-Piece Cookset Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

great product

I have retired my old trusty alluminum kit in favor of this titanium kit. The only problem experienced is that one of the handle spot welds failed. Instead of a single weld, two or three would seem to be more prudent. I repaired the break with JB Weld and it is holding fine.

As with most all lighweight backpacking cook kits, I initially had a "hot spot" issue but after spraying the outsides with several coats of BBQ/stove paint, using them on a laboratory beaker screen, and wrapping the pot and wings (not the fuel cannister) with heavy duty tin foil, the problem was solved. The paint helps with the hot handle situation as well as contributing to more even heating and easier cleanup. The tin foil and wire screen also greatly increases pot stability on my three wing MSR Pocket Rocket, shortens heating time, saves fuel, and provides for a wind break. A four ounce MSR fuel cannister also fits nicely inside the kit.

Except for the spot weld failure I have no complaints (but I have added JB Weld to the repair gear in my pack).
cj at REI on 12/12/2008

Perfect

This pot set is very versatile for its size and price. The dimensions are such that you can stack the big pot on top of the small pot full of water to create a double boiler. The lit/frying pan holds enough water for a cup of coffee. The big pot alone will stow 12 oz of gas. the shape of the pots encourages flames to ride along the contours for better efficiency. The indentation at the bottom adds stability on top of small stoves with equally small pot supports. The surface is not non-stick, but is still slippery because of the alloy. The pot handles can get hot near the pot and are made of steel, so they release their heat more slowly. The pots will discolor with use, but it's more a patina than discoloration. Besides you want your stuff to look used, don't you?! Also durable enough to hammer stakes into the ground. When melting snow, be sure to have water at the bottom otherwise the heat will permanently warp the pot. Still works great, though! :-)
Cold Weather Hiker at REI on 12/12/2007

Great for liquids and boiling

This is a great product for solo backpacking, especially if it will primarily be used for boiling water. You can fit one of those small plastic 8oz cups (graduated in 2oz increments) inside, and Snow Peak's Giga Power stove still fits inside that. Use the plastic cup to measure out water to boil for freeze-dried meals in the big pot, and use the fry pan for a lid. The smaller pot is great as a cup for tea or coffee. Throw a folding Ti spoon in the included mesh stow sack and you have all you need. Water boils very quickly, and you can't beat the compact size and weight for a complete kitchen with the Giga Power stove stowed inside. I find this cookset/stove combination to be more versatile and compact than the jetboil, for around the same price. The only negatives -- which are true for all thin Ti pots -- are that food burns easily and the pots will warp if overheated.
Balto Joe at REI on 04/04/2008

Good enough

I use this set with the mini-Trangia alchohol stove and a cut-down windscreen. The Trangia conveniently fits in the small bowl and the windscreen wraps around my candle lantern.

In my opinion this Snow Peak set is the perfect size for the solo hiker using a small stove. Sure the metal turns colors and otherwise behaves like titanium, it's not non-stick (who really knows what's in that non-stick mystery plastic anyway) but the gear is light and tough and won't poison you and that's good enough for me. I have been using this set for a couple of years now and highly recommend it to those who need to go light and still do some cookin'. Add the Trangia or other serviceable, low-impact/low-footprint stove and you'll be well equipped for the standard walkabout.
Senior Trekker at REI on 03/03/2008

Durable, light, and compact

These pots are lightweight and seem to be nearly indestructable. They've weathered salt water, sandy conditions, and everything in between. They don't react to anything, although they're quite thin and it can be easy to burn your food if you're not carefull. The pots stack inside of each other easily with the pan as a snap-on cover, so they take up minimal room. You also don't have to worry about scratching a non-stick coating. The only real drawback is that the fold out handles get in the way while you're cooking. In order to get a wind screen fully around your cooking area the handles have to be folded back, but when you go to pull them back out, they're pretty hot...
akayaker at REI on 04/04/2008

Great Product

I took this set on a recent backpacking/camping trip to Norway. The pots worked well with the small wood burning stove I was using. After looking at several different titanium pots and cups, I concluded this set was the most bang for the buck. It was nice having the two pots. I could make my meal in one and some coffee or tea in the other. I didn't use the frying pan, and don't know that I ever would except as a lid for the pot. I think the product is great! I couldn't be happier. Shipping was super fast, even to my APO address.
GB at Campmor on 06/06/2013

Awsome Solo set!

This is a great little set, dont bother if using for multiple people, but for a soloist its great. real lightweight, awsome rounded bottom so its easy to clean.really the only downside is that when its all collapsed inside of eachother there isnt much you can stuff inside the pots with it, maybe a gigapower or pocket rocket. but i like to fit most of my cooking stuff inside my cookware. but thats personal preference.I have used this set quite a bit and I really do like it. a good price as far as titanium goes considering you get 3 peices for under [$]
Crazy Stick at REI on 04/04/2008

Great little kit

I've used this kit for years. On solo trips what I do is jsut take one pot and the plate/cover, and put a beer can stove and a tripod stand I made out of a coat hangar together in there. I don't remember the weight, but it's a very svelte and functional setup. The plate/cover serves as a pre-heating burn plate for the alcohol stove, and if you bend the stand right the pot stays stable filled with liquid.

Unfortunately my setup was stolen, so I'm here to buy another one.
Miguell at REI on 09/09/2013

Great for 1-2 ultralight people!

This set is my bowl, pan, water boiler, mug, and dishpan when I'm out backpacking. I feed myself and my friends with the set, and I am always impressed with the ideal size and light weight. It has discolored some, but I can appreciate that my use shows a bit. You can avoid discoloration by spreading a little Campsuds on the outside before setting it on the flame. Also, stable enough to put directly in the fire - I do that all the time! Great ware.
Chelle at REI on 03/03/2008

Lightweight/Great Value

Great lightweight kit for the money. Rugged, packs compactly and the fold out handles work well. Discolored one pan with a Whisperlight but that is only cosmetic. Phenomenal with a canister stove. Cleans easily and you don't have to worry about scratching a non-stick coating as with other sets. Size is limited so I tend to cook meals in two rounds, but that's a sacrifice to make in a lightweight Ti backpacking kit.
OregonCharlie at REI on 10/10/2007

Neutral Reviews:

Nice set but not the size I expected

I expected these to be at least 5 inches diameter on the bottoms, not the tops of the pans. Needed to return because I could not use them on my Sierra Zip Stove. They were nice pans tho.
Craig the backpacker at Campmor on 09/09/2011

Solo camping or cups

Tiny little things. Good for small portions or to use as cups.
DVG at Campmor on 03/03/2012