Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium Backpacking Cookset

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Key Features

  • Titanium construction
  • 30 oz. (0.9 quart) capacity pot; 4-3/4" dia x 4-1/4"
  • 8 oz. (0.25 quart) capacity lid/fry pan; 5" dia x 1-1/2"
  • Nesting design packs down to 5" dia x 5-1/2"
  • Measuring scale stamped inside
  • V-shaped handles on pot

Specifications

Recommended Use: General backpacking
Item Weight: 6.2 oz.
Dimensions: Pot: 4.75 x 4.25 in.
Lid: 5 x 1.5 in.
Type: Titanium
Capacity: Pot: 30 oz.
Lid: 8 oz.
Packed Size: 5 x 5.5 in.
Warranty: Lifetime

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Product Highlights

The Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium is the perfect ultra-light cooking set for hikers looking for a 1-quart pot and small fry pan. The set consists of a 30 oz. (0.9 quart) pot and an 8 oz. (0.25 quart) lid/fry pan.

The pot has a measuring scale stamped on the inside (no need to carry an extra measuring cup). The V-shaped folding handles, make the pot easier to handle. The pot is designed to allow the larger 13.1 oz. Snow Peak fuel canister to nest inside, along with a GigaPower stove without its case. The fry pan handle folds back over the bottom of the pan, making for a compact and packable unit.

The set is made of titanium. Titanium is an advanced, lightweight metal that is more corrosion resistant than stainless steel and more heat resistant than aluminum.

A nylon mesh stuff sack is included. The set weighs in at only 6.2 oz.

Snow Peak part number: SCS-008T

Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium Backpacking Cookset

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 13

Individual Customer Reviews:

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  • Rodney S. Piedmont SC
    8/22/2014

    Likes: Great lightweight option for solo or two. I love the compact size and the fact that it nests with the SP 700, which carries the fuel canister and stove - makes for a versatile cookset.

    Dislikes: Can be hard to clean at times. A little pricey, but hey - its Titanium!

  • . Duluth GA
    4/9/2014

    Likes: Very lightweight. Mesh carry sack is nice to have-multipurpose.

    Dislikes: Wish the lid/pan fit a little more snug on the pot.

  • Mike B. Raleigh NC
    10/22/2013

    Likes: Sometimes my Snow Peak Trek 700 is just a little too small to boil enough water for a meal and a hot drink so I picked up the Trek 900 to complement my kit. I don't mind the extra 1.4oz because I figure I save that in fuel after a couple of days.

    Dislikes: The frying pan lid isn't really useful for frying, so it serves most often as a bowl or cup (add some Snow Peak Hot Lips). It does rattle around a bit inside the mesh bag, but I found this helps alert any bears on the trail ahead. What would be nice is to have this pot sold with a lid similar to the Trek 700. Aftermarket pot lids are available though.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    8/30/2013

    Likes: Light weight. Not too small and not too big. Just right for a solo excursion.

    Dislikes: Nothing.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    5/28/2013

    Likes: Light weight, compact. This is a great 2 person backpacking set.

    Dislikes: Lid isn't practical for any real frying-works as a bowl

  • ben h. knoxville TN
    5/24/2013

    Likes: Its light and compact! My 700 cup fits perfectly down inside of this 900 pot and the wind screen sits exactly around the bottom for a tight space saving fit. Plus its titanium.

    Dislikes: I found nothing wrong with it.

  • Ron A. Cascade MT
    12/17/2012

    Likes: Light, durable, sized for gas canister and stove. Desirable size for one person use.

    Dislikes: Need to use rubber bands to secure lid when packed.

  • Tim R. Greenbier AR
    7/4/2012

    Likes: compact and lightweight. fuel canister stores inside.

    Dislikes: nothing

  • Daniel D. Roseboro NC
    2/14/2012

    Likes: Very light and durable. Great product.

    Dislikes: Nothing.

  • Jeff B. Mount Olive AL
    12/5/2011

    Likes: Very light pot with a frying pan that can double as lid.
    It is just the right size to nest a fuel canister.

    Dislikes: What's not to like? Can't think of anything unless you dislike light cookware...

  • Charles B. Pryor OK
    4/25/2011

    Likes: Very lite all purpose pot/cup/bowl. The lid works well as a skillet, or plate.

    Dislikes: The lid fits on loose.

  • Ray V. Garner NC
    1/25/2010

    Likes: The Snow Peak Trek 900 is very light weight and provides versatile storing of your stove and fuel canister when packed away. It can be combined with other cook sets in Snow Peaks Titanium line letting you add more pots and still keep weight and packed size at a minimum.

    Dislikes: I didn't find anything I didn't like about the cookset.

  • Jerry S. Newnan GA
    11/18/2008

    Likes: This pot/cup/pan is EXTREMELY LIGHT!!!! I used it for 2 days to boil water, heat food, and make warm drinks. It heats up water very fast, yet the handles stay cool and you can hold it with your bare hands!! Also it is just the perfect size to pack a Snow Peak stove, Fuel can, and Wind screen inside the unit. IF it ever wears out, I will buy another in a heartbeat!!!

    Dislikes: I would like it better if the Lid/Top snapped on the lower unit for storage, instead of just sitting on it. Even so, this is a very nice unit, and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone.

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