Snow Peak Titanium Cook'n Save Backpacking Cookware

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Price: $59.95

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Key Features

  • Titanium cooker with polyethylene lid.
  • 2 quart capacity.
  • Weighs 8.6 ounces.


Recommended Use: General backpacking or camping
Item Weight: 8.6 oz.
Dimensions: 6.1" x 4"
Type: Titanium Cookware
Capacity: 2 quarts

Product Highlights

Designed for backpacking and camping, the Snow Peak Titanium Cook'n Save is a unique addition to your backcountry kitchen. Made of ultra-lightweight, corrosion-resistant titanium, the cookpot found in the Titanium Cook'n Save offers a full 2-quart capacity. A titanium lid helps to increase thermal efficiency and keeps food warm once it has been removed from your stove. A polyethelene lid is included, allowing you the pot to serve as a carrying and storage option for pre-cooked or prepared foods.

Snow Peak part number: SCS-011T

Product Reviews

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Snow Peak Titanium Cook'n Save Backpacking Cookware

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 2

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  • . Addison IL

    Likes: Large container that is lightweight and made of titanium. Good for larger groups of 3 or more people. Plastic lid fits securely and comes with stuff sack.

    Dislikes: It a bit big to use with less than 3 people. No non-stick coating.

  • Daniel P. Cameron Park CA

    Likes: The total capacity of 1.9 liters (about 1.5 liters useable) makes this a very light solution for 3-4 person backpacking trips and getting everyone some hot water at the same time or cooking up a good sized load of hot cereal or soup. Quality seems great so far. I like the mesh bag included. Don't know if I will actually use the plastic "food saver" lid but we'll see. We will use this with an MSR .8 L Titan kettle and a Soto OD-1R stove.

    Dislikes: Although water pours out over the rim pretty neatly I wish this pot had a small detent pour spout in the rim at 90 deg from the handle