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      Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium Cookset

      Switch to the Snow Peak Trek 900 cookset and you'll shed a few pounds from your pack weight, making those long-distance endurance treks a bit easier.
      • $52.95

      Item # 768602

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      • Set includes a 30 fl. oz. titanium pot, a small titanium frypan and a nylon mesh storage sack; frypan doubles as a pot lid
      • Not only is titanium extremely light, it leaves no metallic smell or taste, and it will not rust
      • Both pot and pan have handles that fold flat for sleek storage
      • Rounded bottom edges are easy to clean and improve heating efficiency
      • Set is sized to stow a Snow Peak Giga Power stove and a 110g fuel canister, both sold separately
      • Pot measures 4.75 x 4.25 in. and weighs 3.7 oz.; frypan measures 5 x 1.625 in. and weighs 2 oz.; stuff sack weighs 0.3 oz.


      Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium Cookset

      Specification Description
      Best use Backpacking
      Dimensions 5 x 5.5 inches
      Cookware material Titanium
      Material(s) Titanium
      Nonstick surface No
      Includes 0.88L pot; frypan lid; storage sack
      Weight 6 ounces

      Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium Cookset

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      Rated 4out of5
      by fromAlmost Perfect Solo cookset This cook set is almost perfect for the solo hiker. The pot is just big enough for a meal or drink and it heats very quickly. The downside to this set is the handles. They also get hot very quickly and you have to wait until everything cools off before you can grab the pot or pan. It seems there could be some design improvements in that regard. In addition, the handle on the pot locks into the unfolded position, but it's a little difficult to unlock it. A pouring spout would have been handy, too, for draining noodles. Other than that, this is a great little cook set that barely weighs anything! It's just barely big enough to fit my MSR Simmerlite. And it matches my titanium spork!
      Date published: 2008-06-06
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromNot too shabby Pretty good cookset--as it should be for the price. Great place to store a small stove inside as well and not soak up too much room in the pack. Heats fast and evenly. A pour spout would be nice though. On day trips I just rinse it out on the trail and throw it in the dishwasher at home. On longer trips it cleans up well. Even on car camping trips with the family it goes along as it makes a perfect pot of boiling water for coffee.
      Date published: 2008-10-04
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromnice great set, has what you NEED....i do the same thing as a previous reviewer, and freeze a filet mignon for the first day and cook that on the pan, works great for that (other than fuel consumption)just enough water boiling capacity for 2 peoples food, perfect for exactly 2 ramen packets...its the simple things in life, im sure it could be improved on with handles and such but im a happy camper with this one!
      Date published: 2009-01-07
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromPerfect for that long hike! I bought this cookpot 50 miles into the 2,176 mile AT hike and never looked back. I still have it and use it today. It's a great size, and the lid/frying pan can double as a shallow cup for hot cocoa. It's perfect to fry an egg in (use some sort of butter or oil, though). The measurement on the side is a great help, and the titanium frame is very sturdy. It's big enough to cook a whole Lipton Side in and to store your alcohol stove in, but not too large as to take up unnecessary room in your pack. My only complaints are; 1.) the handle on the lid has to be squeezed together in order to stay protracted. If you pick it up without a steady squeeze, there's a good chance that your mashed potatoes are going to hit the ground as the pan handle collapses and 2.) the mesh bag it comes with is flimsy and a bit loose-fitting for my tastes. When it ripped, Snow Peak's cust. serv. was more than happy to ship out a new one, though.
      Date published: 2009-03-05
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromWhat you see is what you get..... I have owned and used the heck out of this cookset for 3 yrs now. My description says it all. It is a very simple no frills cook set. My MSR Pocket rocket and large can of fuel fit in there perfectly. It is a little slippey on the top of the Pocket Rocket, and the hadles do get a little warm so just wait about 30 seconds.. But those are minor problems. It is durable, I have burnt noodles onto the bottom and scrubbed them off with river rocks. It now has a nice petina from some campfire cooking. For the durability, weight, and price it can not be beat!
      Date published: 2010-04-14
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromcool item Overall a very fine product. I wish the pot handles were longer, but, overall well worth buying. I boycott all goods made in China, and I like the care, integrity and design that the Japanese people put in all their products. Domo domo!!!!
      Date published: 2010-05-03
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromMore flexibility than 700 or Mini-Solo I ordered this along with the Trek 700 Mug and the Mini-Solo so I could compare them all. This is the one I ended up keeping. Trek 700 vs Mini-Solo: These are about the same in size/weight but the Mini-Solo comes with a mug and is 50% more expensive. It's the nicer of the two. Pros: I kept the Trek 900 because it's only slightly larger than the 700/Mini-Solo models but the size allows for the storage of 2 of the larger fuel canisters (8oz/227g) or 1 canister and a stove. The mesh bag is extra tall so you could also put a fuel can + stove inside the container and stack another fuel canister on top and close the bag around it. This flexibility is great for extended trips. It can boil enough water for two people at once (4 cups), is more stable than the other narrower units and only adds a marginal increase in size/weight. For me personally, it fits better over the flame on my stove so there's better heating efficiency. It also nests with several other Snow Peak sets/mugs if you want to go that route. Cons: I wish the handles were insulated like my old Evernew product. I put heat-shrink around them to help out. That frying pan thing is fairly useless. I would have preferred a simple lid to keep the size down or a drinking mug like the mini-solo. It's marked at odd measuring increments. The imperial measurements on the side are 10, 20 & 25 ounces and the metric measurements are 0.2, 0.4 and 0.6 liters. FYI, I think the .4 liter mark is about the 2 cups you need for cooking Mountain House. The Snow-Peak titanium spork is too tall and does not fit in the canister. I had to put it between the canister and the mesh bag. Overall: It's a very light, compact and efficient cookset for either one or two. Snow Peak could definitely improve a few aspects but it's certainly worth the modest sum.
      Date published: 2011-07-26
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromPerfect backpacking cookset for two Bought this product a few months ago and used it on a backpacking/car camping trip to Colorado (Snowmass Wilderness Area). Very lightweight, room inside the pot to store a MSR pocket rocket and fuel canister. It would be nice if the pan/lid coupled better to the pot for storage and cooking purposes.
      Date published: 2014-08-22

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