Snow Peak 3-Piece Titanium Cookware Backpacking Cookset

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Price: $49.95
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Key Features

  • 26 oz. (0.8 quart) capacity pot; 5-1/2" dia x 2-1/4"
  • 18 oz. (0.6 quart) capacity pot; 5" dia x 2-1/8"
  • 14 oz. (0.4 quart) capacity lid/frypan; 5-3/4" dia x 1-1/4"
  • Nesting design packs down to 5-3/4" dia x 2-1/4"


Recommended Use: General backpacking
Item Weight: 7.1 oz.
Dimensions: Large Pot: 5.5 in diam x 2.25 in high
Medium Pot: 5 in diam x 2.1 in high
Frying Pan: 5.75 in diam x 1.25 in high
Type: Titanium
Capacity: Large Pot: 26 oz.
Medium Pot: 18 oz.
Frypan: 14 oz.
Packed Size: 5.75 x 2.25 in.
Warranty: Lifetime

Product Highlights

This 3 piece titanium cookset from Snow Peak is a no-frills, high-quality set with 2 pots/bowls and a frypan/lid. The set nests together into a compact 5.75 x 2.25 in stack.

The set includes: 0.8 qt pot/bowl, 0.6 qt pot/bowl, and a 0.4 qt lid/frypan. Pot/Bowls can be used for cooking and/or eating. All pieces feature folding handles and the set comes with a nylon stuff sack. Set weighs 7.1 oz.

Snow Peak part number: STW-001T

Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
Snow Peak 3-Piece Titanium Cookware Backpacking Cookset

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 6

Individual Customer Reviews:

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    Likes: A perfect lightweight set! Going to leave my astronaut food at home and do some fancy cooking.

    Dislikes: Nothing

  • Jim C. Syracuse UT

    Likes: Titanium at a fair price.
    O.K. for backpacking.

    Dislikes: Little too expenvive for car camping.

  • Valeriy B. Tualatin OR

    Likes: excellent quality

    Dislikes: not

  • David H. Albany OR

    Likes: Lightweight and compact. Though the size of this cookware is pretty small, it is certainly functional. Cooked eggs, bacon and pancakes for two and it worked out pretty well. I did have some food sticking issues, but I'm pretty sure it was due to the stove not having good temp control. I have read where some people use foil to prevent sticking, I just use a fair amount of oil. The handles never got hot and the set stows away easily.

    Dislikes: I actually do like this set, its just a little small and a little harder to clean than my non-stick cookware.

  • David A. Mercer Island WA

    Likes: Perfect for light weight backpacking. I don't need a larger size. The larger bowl asily fits a serving of food or a large cup of coffee/hot beverage for one person. I put this cookware inside a non-stick pot/lid and the included carrying case is good to keep this product from scratching the non-stick material.

    Dislikes: None

  • todd t. Springfield MO

    Likes: Packs away small,light of course.Dead space inside provides room for stove or whatever.Workmanship is what you expect from Snow peak,expensive but very good.Diverse,gives you the option to manage multiple items if you're not just boiling water and eating bag food.

    Dislikes: Make sure you read the dimensions on the item so you realize it's not large,but adequate.Also,on a strange note, Snow peak always seems to use a sticker somewhere on their product that leaves a residue that I cannot get off no matter what various methods I have tried. I wish they wouldn't use whatever that adhesive is,however it does not effect function in any way.You can only see a mark.

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