Snow Peak Titanium Bowl

Be civilized and eat out of a bowl in the backcountry--this titanium bowl weighs only 1.6 ounces, making your hiking time between meals less painful.
  • $16.95

Item # 720286

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  • Incredibly light yet very strong bowl handles the rigors of the backcountry, and as much food as you're willing to carry!
  • Titanium leaves no metallic smell or taste and will not rust
  • Please note: capacity is 20 fl. oz. and dimensions are 5.5 x 3 in.

Snow Peak Titanium Bowl

Specification Description
Best use Backpacking, Hiking
Material(s) Titanium
Dimensions (diameter) 5.5 inches
Weight 1.6 ounces

Snow Peak Titanium Bowl

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Rated 4.9167/5 based on 12 reviews
Rated 5out of5
by fromLightweight TI Bowl Got this and the plate version for camping, and now I use them every night at home. Lightweight, strong, and a great size. The edge is rolled over to add strength and so it doesn't have sharp edges, and food can get stuck in that fold, but that's not a huge deal. Ideal would be the edge is thicker than the rest of the bowl so it doesn't have to be rolled over, but that would add extra cost to the makers, and to us, so this is the best value. But it's worth noting. I will be buying more for home use.
Date published: 2012-08-07
Rated 5out of5
by fromLOVE THIS BOWL! Perfect for backpacking. I have a small set of 2 bowls, one with a cover. They work well on my camping stove or right in the fire. Super light-weight, strong material, won't bend or break. Very easy to clean, great for preparing one-person meals and warm beverages.
Date published: 2007-09-27
Rated 5out of5
by fromLove this bowl This bowl is super light and I love having my morning oatmeal in this bowl. It's worth the money to know that this bowl will last me for a long time. I plan to take it on my next expedition to Argentina. I highly recommend this for the lightweight and durability.
Date published: 2007-10-08
Rated 5out of5
by fromAll you need for backcountry dining This bowl was in the bottom of my food stuff sack when it fell 25ft. and hit the ground. No dents dings or anything else, this bowl is tough. Great design, it's easy to get all of your food out and very easy to clean. Thin metal does get hot but the rim of the bowl was cool enough to touch.
Date published: 2007-10-14
Rated 5out of5
by fromBest bowl out there I have a few titanium bowls as well as the plates and they are awesome. Very lightweight, yet very durable. I originally bought them for camping/backpacking, for which I use them, but I also use them on a daily basis in the kitchen. I realized... why pack them away and only use them a few times a year when I can enjoy them all the time as everyday dishes. They are great for kids since they are virtually indestructible and very easy to clean. Spaghetti for the kids in these bowls is great because the acidity of the sauce tends to make cleaning plastic bowls difficult. They have survived a few drops off the table without a dent. I also love to eat my cereal/oatmeal out them as they are the perfect size. They may seem pricey at first, but I feel they are well worth it. If there is any downside to these bowls, it is that they conduct heat really well which can make the outside surface hot to touch. If you are holding it in your hand, you need a pad underneath. Small price to pay for the best bowls out there. I am going to be getting a few more as my family keeps growing...
Date published: 2011-03-16
Rated 5out of5
by fromSolid Bowl is the perfect size for a meal for one, about two cups capacity with a little room to spare. The bowl is much sturdier than I expected. Forget the squishy silicone bowls and the worthless folding plastic ones. Get this bowl, last one you will ever need.
Date published: 2012-02-23
Rated 5out of5
by fromPerfect ultralight cookpot Great cook pot for the hiker looking to make the transition to ultralight backpacking. Can boil 2 cups of water comfortably. Reviewers who say this won't bend are crazy. I can fold this thing with three fingers and some effort. Care must be taken, but all in all this is absolutely the best deal for a lightweight piece of titanium cookware to be found anywhere.
Date published: 2012-04-22
Rated 5out of5
by fromBest, cheapest ultralight pot for one! I use this as my only camp pot for ultralight bikepacking, along with a lid from my older (heavier) aluminum pot that just happens to fit perfectly! It's much cheaper than the mug-type pots, and the rounded shape is easy to clean. I actually don't even use a potholder, I just use my bike glove. Great product, good price.
Date published: 2014-06-28

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