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MSR Titan Kettle Titanium Pot Item # MSR321158

Special Price $44.49

$59.95

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Special Price $44.49

$59.95

You Save $15.46 26%

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Versatile enough to be a pot, mug or bowl, this lightweight and strong titanium kettle from MSR holds .85 liters of liquid and comes with a tight-fitting lid and drip-free spout for ease of pouring.
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Versatile enough to be a pot, mug or bowl, this lightweight and strong titanium kettle from MSR holds .85 liters of liquid and comes with a tight-fitting lid and drip-free spout for ease of pouring.

The MSR Titan Kettle weighs only 4.2 oz and the folding handles swing out of the way for easy and compact packing. MSR Titan Cup (sold separately) fits inside for the ultimate solo set.

  • Ultralight titanium
  • Holds 0.85 liters (0.9 quarts)
  • Weighs 4.2 oz
Specs

Specs

Recommended Use Ultralight backpacking and expeditions
Warranty Lifetime
Type Titanium
Packed Size 4.75 x 3.5 in.
Item Weight 4.2 oz.
Capacity 0.85-Liters
Reviews

2 Item(s)

Likes: Great pot, especially for two. Goes great with our Crux canister stove we got here at Backcountryedge. Lid has nice reinforcement contour which fits snug and pot has nice pour spout. I thought about removing handles to lighten but decided that they were just too handy at negligible weight. Fits my crux, mini bic, and small canister nicely.

Dislikes: Nothing yet. Its a pretty simple piece of kit.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - August 16, 2014

Likes: The MSR Titan Kettle is definitely light and strong. It's capacity is perfect for boiling water for freeze dried meals or making things like oatmeal in the morning.

Dislikes: The handles can get fairly hot, especially if you have your camp stove turned up high. If you give it a bit after heating it up, it's usually fine, but the handle temperature issue is disappointing.

Reviewed by Michael K. - March 25, 2013