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Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo Cooksetis rated4.4286out of5by14.
Rated4out of5byoxfd611fromToo small for meI was very impressed by the very light weight of this kit, the pot and cup themselves felt very sturdy, but the handles felt a little too small and losse for my hands. The lid had a nice touch and fitted to the top of the pot very well. One thing I was very surprised was that I did not get the carry bag with my kit, but I did not notice it till I got home. But after looking it over at home, I really wanted titanium kit that was a little bigger, like 1000ml. So I returned it, but it was still a nice kit.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated5out of5bySmackyfromBig FanExtremely light and durable, conducts heat nicely as well. I use this to burn water fast for food or purification purposes. Fits accessories inside without much fuss, and the net bag keeps everything in place. Great for the solo hiker looking to save weight. I have a bunch of different snowpeak items and basically buy anything titanium due to durability and weight.
Date published: 2014-01-29
Rated5out of5byBoubonManfromLight and compactVery light, and small. My MSR Microrocket and fuel fit inside. Works perfectly.
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated4out of5byMark in MichiganfromAlmost perfectEverything is perfect with it except that it doesn't have any measurement markings on the inside. I guess I'll have to scribe a line for 2 cups of water because that's pretty much what I boil when I use it for cooking. Other than that, it's perfect.
Date published: 2013-12-13
Rated5out of5byHiker boyfromGood pot setThis pot set is very good. I used it on top of a mountain and it worked as expected.
Date published: 2013-11-23
Rated5out of5byCodeInvictusfromLoved this set!This was a great cook set that I used on my recent Appalachian Trail thru hike. It never lost its shape, even with the pounding it took being in my backpack for five months! I used mine with an alcohol cook stove and it worked great. Highly recommend this as it was extremely lightweight and worked wonderfully. Titanium is definitely worth the investment for long-distance hikers.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated2out of5byLarry SwfromToo small for my canister stoveWhile 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.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated4out of5byEngineerfromBest Snowpeak Mug not as good as old setThis 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.
Date published: 2013-08-23
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Snow Peak Titanium Mini Solo Cookset Customer Reviews