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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.


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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
Ultralight Yes
Weight 6 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Size Picked this one up after comparing various makes and sizes of cookware. I like the nesting abilility as it forms the base for my cookset. Inside I placed a mug with stove and fuel. I did not get hung up on the measurement increments stamped on side of pot. Overcame that by using a water bottle with markings on it and did the math to know how much to pour for boiling/cooking. The lid/pan is nice to use as a lid to help speed up boil times, and it makes a nice spoonrest when not on the pot. Its nice to know that I can nest this with the 1400 if a larger pot is needed for my cookset.
Date published: 2013-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best 1-2 person lightweight cookset out there IMHO the best 1-2 person lightweight cookset out there, with some tradeoffs. Very light weight, bombproof, pleasantly packable, fits my fuel canister and stove inside when packed together and heats up very quickly. Super easy to clean and you can usually just lick it clean. The comments about the handles getting very hot are true, but a little common sense goes a long way here. Wait 30s or so for them to cool down, or use a shirt/bandana to handle if you need to. I recommend buying a 40" velcro strap for 3 bucks (also at REI) to hold it all together as the included bag is a waste of your time and does not hold the set together very well. Love this cookset!
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Let's be honest I have to agree with the complaints about this system's handles. They are thin, not terribly stable, and man-o-man do they get hot. But seriously now, is it that difficult to grab a bandanna, and temporarily call it a "potholder?" This system works well if, like me, your backcountry cooking consists mainly of boiling water for drinks/freezer bag meals. Plus, the lid is a great skillet for some basic culinary feats-- I've used it to tast nuts, caramelize apples and onions, and even to grill little cheese sandwiches (although the intense heat conduction required me to use more oil than expected). If you want something that enables you to cook massive pots of stew for a large party, look elsewhere. But if you hike on your own, make simple meals, and want to save volume/weight, this ain't a bad choice.
Date published: 2011-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost 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: 2008-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No complaining here Used this light set for solo backpacking. It would be great for two people as well. Sure, the handle gets a little warm, but it's a miniscule minor detail for a set this light. My MSR canister and my pocket rocket wrapped in a small pack towel fit inside perfectly. I like that detail. The net bag is big, but I also pack my GSI cup with it and it's fine. The size is perfect too.
Date published: 2011-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Used this for an AT thru hike. Great for weight saving and a perfect size. I love that it fits a large fuel canister and my pocket rocket. for some reason I didn't receive a mesh bag but I used another I had. Really wish the lid had some way to secure itself. I used this stove with my pocket rocket as well as over an open fire. It worked surprisingly well on the fire and if you keep up with cleaning it should last a very long time. Overall very satisfied
Date published: 2014-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it. I purchased this to update my old aluminum cook set. I chose this particular size over the others because my hand can easily fit inside of it to clean it out, and it is not overly bulky. I have only used it to boil water to heat my son's bottle while on an urban hiking trip to the DC cherry blossom festival. It was perfectly stable on my snow peak giga power stove, and heated half a quart in no time flat. My primary interests are solo/group backpacking where I occasionally cook a meal for two. I cannot wait to hit the trail with this. Note: the fry pan lid is rather small for cooking, and does rattle in your pack. A rubber band from a head of lettuce fixed the rattling problem quite nicely. But hey this makes for a really light weight, yet expensive, bear bell ;)
Date published: 2013-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What 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: 2010-04-15
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How much would Snow Peak charge to anodize the Trek 900 Cookset , since they already coat the 450 mugs?

Asked by: RustyBill
Snow Peak unfortunately does not offer a service for anodizing single pieces or cooksets such as the Trek 900 Titanium. They only offer that service for bulk purchases.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-10-28

can the Trek 900 nest the Mini Solo Cookset?

Asked by: mountainoceanair
​No, those two cooksets will not nest together.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-04
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