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  • Kit includes 34-fl. oz. and 26-fl.oz. pots, plus lids that also double as a 12 fl.. sauce pan and 17 fl. oz. fry pan
  • Each pan has a handle that folds flat for packing
  • Rounded bottom edges are easy to clean and improve heating efficiency
  • Inner nesting pot is sized to store a Snow Peak Giga™ 110g fuel canister (sold separately)
  • The Snow Peak Titanium Multi Compact cookset with a lightweight nylon mesh storage bag; stowed Dimensions 6.125 x 4 in.


Capacity and dimensions per piece are as follows:

  • 34 fl. oz. pot = 2-7/8 inches (height) x 5-7/8 inches (diameter)
  • 26 fl. oz. pot = 2-3/4 inches (height) x 5 inches (diameter)
  • 17 fl. oz. fry pan = 1-1/4 (height) x 6-1/8 inches (diameter)
  • 12 fl. oz. fry pan = 1-1/4 (height) x 5-3/4 inches (diameter)

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Best Use Backpacking
Dimensions 6.2 x 4 inches
Cookware Material Titanium
Material(s) Titanium
Nonstick Surface No
Includes 1L pot; 0.77L pot; 2 sauce pan lids; storage sack
Ultralight Yes
Weight 11.6 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Three Years and Still Going Strong I am a comfort-driven minimalist. Does that sound like a contradiction? Not with gear like this. I backpack with my wife and find this set to be beautiful. It holds the fuel canister inside, seals up, and fits nicely into the included mesh sack. The titanium is lightweight, easy to clean (so long as you don't cook junk in your pot and leave it there for a long time), durable, quick to cool, and easy/quick to pack up when setting out for the day. To save weight, take only one or the other of the pots and lids. If you take the smaller pot and lid, it will still hold a fuel canister inside. That will save you about 6 ounces or so off the listed weight of 11.6. Wait for a sale and snag this well-worth-it set.
Date published: 2011-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cooking Options Great Not for 2 I used this with my boyfriend on the PCT. We hiked the whole trail with it but we dreamt about getting a different cookset. We would fill the set with food but never had enough food to fill ourselves at dinner because the pots were both quite small. Its a great set but with the intense hiking we were doing we wanted a pot that was a real liter or bigger (the big pot is a little less then a liter). You'll be cooking twice in a night if your cooking for two and your out there doing high impact days (20 miles or more).
Date published: 2012-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Even Better Than I Thought! Good news everyone, the description is wrong! The small, inner pot will actually hold an 8oz (227g) fuel canister, which is plenty for even a relatively long journey. It will ALSO fit the windscreen for the GigaMax stove, which normally has no place good to go, and still nest as intended. Huzzah! Haven't taken these out yet as it's a little cold this January, but received them as a gift and they are very well made. The nesting could be a little less tight, as the fuel canister will not fit with its plastic protective cap and has a little room to move, but it doesn't seem to be scuffing up the small fry pan or the small pot so no harm done. Honestly the small fry pan and pot are pretty small, but what else are you going to fit in there anyway - so better to have them than not and it's not like they weigh a lot. Pretty comprehensive cookware set except that even the large fry pan will be pretty limiting. We'll see after some real trips.
Date published: 2014-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light, Strong, Just what I needed I have been in the market for some titanium cookware for a while now, and with the sale price it was finally time. I spend four to five weeks backpacking each year in all temps, all terrain, either with the family, or long solo trips. This system is perfect for everything I do! I am not one of those that only boils water on the trail, in fact I hardly ever use the freeze dried meals, way too much salt, leading to puffy feet and hands. I cook mostly from scratch, and prep before hitting the trail. I love dry baking in the backcountry, and this set is perfect as the smaller pan nests inside the larger. I've made birthday/summit cakes, baked fruit pies, brownies, pasta dishes the list goes on... with titanium I dont have to worry about warping from the heat. If you are looking for a gormet set without the weight, this is it.
Date published: 2014-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from COOK IT UP! I have been camping, hiking, and backpacking off and on for the better part of my life in a very casual way. Having said that, I have recently taken to getting more advanced and lighter, as I am from the old aluminum or stainless steel era....Having brought that to light, this was my first Titanium product. As I first opened it my first thoughts were "this was a waste of money" as the initial feel is that the cookware was flimsy and wouldn't last two seconds. However, after closer inspection, I quickly changed my mind. My girlfriend and I hiked to about 1500 hundred feet above sea level and I then boiled about 24 oz. of water in 3:40 at 37 degrees with about 15 mile per hour winds. We then had coffee and boiled the same amount again and cooked up brown rice and chicken for a mid afternoon snack. Snow Peak has delivered a good product. I cooked and heated on a Coleman Max with no problems and cookware looked as if had still came out of the pack. Cleaned up easy but I'm easy on the cooking as it is....My girlfriend liked it as well and wants the smaller pot and lid to go in her pack!!! haha!
Date published: 2011-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Snow Peak makes great stuff! When everything you do is up-hill like here in Alaska you will be glad that you have titanium cook wear. Super compact and light weight with the lids doubling as fry pans its a bit pricey but hey I dont have a wife so I am worth it!
Date published: 2013-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light weight, dual-use is ideal The Snow Peak titanium is extremely durable and heats quickly while adding very little weight to a pack. Since the pot lids can double as pans, the Snow Peak fuel bottle fits inside the smaller pot, and all pieces nest together, this cookset is ideal for on-demand meals and extended trips.
Date published: 2007-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent setup I would normally never splurge on such indulgences, and am known to reuse the plastic plate from stouffer's microwave mac and cheese as my answer to ultralight backpacking cookware.. however i received a REI giftcard after standing in my best friend's wedding, so i decided to go for it. A couple days later, the set arrived at my door and i cant begin to explain how great it is! Ultra light, ultra nice quality, ultra usable, easy to clean, and tough. My favorite part about the package, is how great the pan proportions are. Not too big to add tons of unneeded pack bulk like some kits, but not too small to cater a carefully planned meal for a small group. Usually its just my wife and i, who love to carry techie gear and cook gourmet on the trail. One word of advice.. I burned noodles something wicked using a MSR pocket rocket. Getting the black noodle death off the bottom of the pan took quite the effort, and i ended up scratching the pan while attempting to use a stainless steel scrubbing pad. So try to avoid that method of cleaning, and use a stove with a wider burner head while trying to cook. I suggest the Optimus Crux-Lite. Such a handsome combo.. the snowpeak Ti set on the optimus.
Date published: 2010-10-26
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Will food stick to the base? Lets say If I am making an omelette, will it be easy to clean later on?

Asked by: CD12
The Titanium Multi Compact Cookset does not have a non-stick coating so it is slightly sticky. However, it is easy to clean in case food does stick to the pan.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Is titanium safer to cook on than aluminum? Or is that just a myth that aluminum can lead to alsimers?

Asked by: good beer
Great question. Based on reports from the National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration and the London-based Alzheimer's Society, no health risks are associated with the use of aluminum pots, pans or skillets. States the Alzheimer's Society: "There is no conclusive medical or scientific evidence of a link between aluminum and Alzheimer's disease." While not a health concern, cooking leafy greens or cauliflower in aluminum cookware is not recommended since it can impact the taste and appearance.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-07

Do the handles get hot when you're using it? I read a review on their Stainless Steel set that said they do. Is that the case for this titanium set?

Asked by: LauLau413
The handles get very hot. You must use some type of potholder to remove pots from the stove.
Answered by: pmmbs
Date published: 2017-03-17

Can I use this pot in electrical stove? or it can only be used in gas stove?

Asked by: FanZhang
Yes you can put it in an oven. I have used other models of snow peaks ti pots a few times to make baked ziti when I realized I didn't have any aluminum baking pans at home and all my large casserole dishes were too large for my toaster oven. Also, everything seems to taste better, aluminum leaches a metallic taste into acidic foods (tomatoes are acidic) 
Answered by: EddieNYC
Date published: 2015-09-20
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