Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium Cookset

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Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium Cookset
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The Snowpeak Trek 1400 Titanium Cook Set is a lightweight, two-piece cook set that includes a pot, pan and carrying case. Corrosion-resistant titanium is super lightweight and has superior strength compared to steel. The pot holds 47 oz of fluid (over 5 cups), the lid doubles as a frying pan (5 ¾ ”x 1 ½ ”, 17 oz capacity), and the entire combo weighs only 7.4 oz. Each piece has a folding handle that tucks neatly away for storage. The Snow Peak Giga Power Stove [SNO0002] and fuel canister stow nicely inside the cookware for easy transport and storage. Snow Peak's focus on nesting cook sets makes this an exceptional build-as-you-go system for backpackers. Perfect for melting snow, boiling water and simple cooking.

Fabric:

  • Cookset weighs only 7.4 oz. and includes a 47 fl. oz. (1.4 liter) titanium pot, a small titanium frypan and a nylon mesh storage sack; frypan doubles as the pot lid
  • Titanium construction

Insulation:

  • Nesting design packs down to 5-3/4" dia x 5-7/8"

Weather and Wind:

  • The Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium cookset is made to stack with other Snow Peak cooksets, including the Trek 900 and the Trek 700 (sold separately)
  • Set is sized to stow a Snow Peak Giga Power stove and a 110g fuel canister, both sold separately

Features:

  • V-shaped handles on pot
  • Rounded bottom edges are easy to clean and improve heating efficiency
  • 17 oz. (0.5 quart) capacity lid/fry pan; 5-3/4" dia x 1-1/2"
  • Comes with a mesh stuff sack
  • Not only is titanium extremely light, it leaves no metallic smell or taste, and it will not rust
  • Measuring scale stamped inside
  • Wt. 7.4 oz (209.7 g)
  • Both pot and pan have handles that fold flat for sleek storage
  • Pot measures 5.5 x 4.5 in.; frypan measures 5.75 x 1.5 in.
TahoeMountainSports.com
The Snow Peak Trek 1400 camping cookset made from titanium is a super lightweight pot that includes a lid and is big enough to feed two people or boil water for two.
Lightweight, two-piece cook set that includes a pot, pan and carrying case.
Designed to stow an ultra light stove and fuel canister inside.
V-shape folding handles on side to save space in your pack.
Nylon mesh sack included for stowing.
Snow Peak makes some of the best camp cookware and this backpacking cookware is a light-weight backpacker's favorite.

Mountain Gear
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.

Backcountry Edge

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.


REI

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.

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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. Will not emit metallic odors or aggravate metallic allergies. Trek cooksets are interchangeable for nesting purposes, and are designed to hold stoves and gas cartridges as well.
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Activity:Backpacking
Capacity:Pot - 47 oz Lid - 17oz
Cookware material:Titanium
Country of Origin:Japan
Dimensions:5.75 x 5.9 inches
Includes:1.4L pot with handle; frypan with handle; stuff sack
Item Weight:7.4 oz.
Material:Titanium
Nonstick Surface:no
Packed Size:5.75" x 5.8"
Pot Grabber:yes
Recommended Use:Lightweight backpacking
Size:Pot - 5.5 x 4.5 in. Lid - 5.75 X 1.5 in. Stowed - 5.75 X 5.9 in.
Two piece set includes:pot and fry pan that doulbes as a lid.
Type:Titanium Cookware
Weight:7.4 ounces
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Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium Cookset Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Pot

The 1400 Snow-peak is hands down one of the best purchases I have made. I have owned stainless pot's which weigh in excess 3 times the weight of titanium. Stainless has no durability benefit over titanium when you compare the metal gauge. Titanium is so indestructible that manufacturer's can further reduce the gauge to attain the effect of true ultralight pot which is what makes these pots so desirable. A stainless steel pot with the same factor would be flimsy and unstable as so many claim when they compare a ultralight pot to an 2lb MSR stainless pot. This pot cooks for my entire family on a backpacking trip that's five meals 3 times a day. Thats allot of water folks. I typically throw this pot on a bed of coals from our campfire. I use a snow-peak lite-max stove when backpacking with the family this pot has no stability issues. I like so many have struggled to boiled water on any stove when the most likely problem is the surface which the stove sits is unstable or level I use a a very advanced method call a flat rock and get it as close to level as possible before I start cooking works great. The pot has no issues. This pot gets dirty all the time as far as cleaning I throw it right into the fire and watch it turn bright red roll it around pick it out with a stick and it retains shape and integrity. Any pot when putting food inside it will stick "DUH" use oil or butter in a little GoToob. This is my family pot and take this with my on solo packs to. Its Nice at night to boil enough water for my food, and a cup of coco at the same time and have room to spare for a friend. In the morning my breakfast meal, cup of coffee or two, and occasionally I make muffins in a silicone cup steaming in the top pan/lid turned over. Anyway you look at it I use this pot for its capacity if I wanted to use a 900 Snow-peak I would have to boil water two or three times when with the family this pot gets the job done in one swoop weighs less than half a lb get rid of the lid make an aluminum DIY lid and you have a 5oz giant pot that's indestructible, reliable, light, fun. AMEN
SamuelJD at REI on 04/04/2012

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.

js1924119 at Backcountry.com on 05/01/2011

The perfect do-everything kit.

This is the PERFECT size for both car camping and multi-person backpacking. I used this kit to supplement my 900ml pot during our last car camping trip. It rained non-stop for an entire day, forcing us to cook off of our white gas stove. The Ti pots heated up VERY quickly, allowing me to conserve on fuel. I was able to cook 4 servings of chili in the pot and bannock bread using the pan/lid. Fresh piping hot bread was exactly what the doctor ordered on a cold, wet, and chilly Autumn day.

The only down side to them heating up so fast/easily is that you tend to burn things in them, when you first use them. The trick is to keep stirring and use a much lower burner setting than you may be accustomed to. If something burns, heat up some water and then scrub the pot/pan...makes life a lot easier. I chose the uncoated model because I heard the non-stick surfaces tended peel as a result of the heat.
Mickey at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Great Pot For Backpacking

Great Pot! Purchased it for a Boy Scout outing. Used it to boil water - which it did very quickly - and used the fry pan lid to simmer up some breakfast. The handle seemed very secure and not flimsy at all. The handle did get hot though when I was boiling water and I had to use either a glove or bandana to grip it - this may have been because I used a wind shield with the stove and it channelled the heat all around the pot. I had no problem using a plastic spatula, some warm water and a drop of soap to thoroughly clean the lid after I had burnt eggs and potatoes on it. I especially liked the size of the pot - I was able to boil alot of water for backpacking meals and hot drinks. Also, my stove and fuel nested easily in the pot, saving some space.
Big Joey at REI on 01/01/2013

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.

greg at Backcountry.com on 03/12/2013

Perfect for what it does ... boil water.

I am not much of an ultra-lite fan. (I love my comforts.) But this cookset is awesome. Super lite, great for boiling up water, and super durable. My old Coleman 400 stove fits in it perfectly, wrapped in a small camp towel, and cinched down in its mesh bag. No rattling while on the trail and easily cooks up enough food and hotwater for two. My only wish is that it had a nonstick coating on the fry pan. I love bacon and although you can cook it up in the little fry pan ... clean up is a messy chore. Of course, I knew that about this titanium set so it was "not" unexpected. Over-all very satisfied with this purchase.
Big D at Campmor on 01/01/2011

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.

Matthew Charette at Backcountry.com on 06/03/2010

Save weight with this pot

I have used this pot on two trips and it has worked well. I previously carried one pot, lid and handle from the MSR Alpine cookset. Weight savings of over 10 oz with the Titanium pot. This pot holds a liter and is more compact than MSR Alpine cookset. Has a handy stuff sack included - which is needed. The lid does not fit tightly and stay on the pot well when in the pack or when handling it for that matter. A fuel cannister and more easily fit inside. All in all I am glad I paid the extra money to save the weight.
Backpacker Joe at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2013

DEPENDABLE

Only pot I use when out solo. After a lot of use the color has changed and the bottom kind'o bulges out a bit (which could be from use in campfires). That affects the stability of the pot on a burner with large contact surface. However, would not trade it for any other pot! The handles do get hot, especially when used in campfires BUT since the handles are not coated the good thing is, you CAN use this pot in a fire!
Wolverine at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Good quality

I like everything about this set except the fit of the lid/fry pan to the pot. It is fine in use, but when trying to pack up, there is not really anything to do with the pan. It fits so loosely on the pot that it slides right off, and I end up with a rattle in the pack. As a result, I pack it seperately. I wish they had utilized the pan handle to clamp it down.
crazy at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

Not fit for the intended duty!

I purchased this looking to decrease the overall weight of my pack. So miserable a performer is this set, that it liteally drove me away from using titanium.

The handle on the fry pan is floppy and not stable. The handles on the pot are not stable either, and one slips into the other skewing the balance when the pot is full.

The frypan scorched, and burns everything even when you simmer. The frypan
acts as a lid and is loose. The best part of this set is the containment bag.

There is no value in this set whatsoever. Buy aluminum that has been anodized. I's more durable and transfer heat better.
Ben.Zef at REI on 03/03/2012

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.

edj5526489 at Backcountry.com on 05/05/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Dissapointed

I purchased this product for backpacking and found it to be larger then expected. Even though it is very light weight, for the price I paid and considering it is titanium I expected better quality. The two pieces do not fit together tightly and after two uses the handle of the little "frying pan" is already floppy and won't stay folded down.

I suggest getting the mForm Pinnacle soloist by GSI for a better price and I was very pleased with it's quality, size and features.
Dakota at Campmor on 02/02/2012

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.

EmpressCao at Backcountry.com on 08/14/2010

idiotic ounce markings

It is a nice idea to have liter and ounce markings on the side, because it saves a measuring cup, but the ounce markings should be in multiples of 4 or 8 instead of 10. All freeze dried food requires a cup (8 oz) or fractions thereof. These ounce markings are 10, 20, 30, and 35. Huh?
CAcreeks at REI on 05/05/2013

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.

Johannes Tavenier at Backcountry.com on 03/01/2011