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The Snow Peak SCS-004T Mini Solo Titanium cook set includes a 28 oz. (0.875 quart) pot with lid, a 10 oz. cup, and a stuff sack.
Like other Snow Peak products, the Mini Solo Titanium Cook Set is designed to save space in your pack. The pot stows inside the cup, and the pot will hold a pair of 7 oz. Snow Peak fuel canisters, or a single canister and a GigaPower stove. This nesting results in a nice compact cooking kit.
Titanium is an advanced, lightweight metal that is more corrosion resistant than stainless steel and more heat resistant than aluminum. The result is a durable cook set that weighs only 5.5 oz.
- Titanium construction
- 28 oz. (0.875 quart) pot with lid
- 10 oz. cup
- Mesh stuff sack included
- Nesting design
Best Use Backpacking Type Titanium Cookware Packed Size 4.25" x 5.2" Item Weight 5.5 oz. Capacity 10 oz/28 oz
- Outstanding little cook kit
Likes: Size and weight. Perfect nesting of cup and pot. Love the measurement etched onto the cup. Basically a "bombproof" little kit that weighs almost nothing.
Dislikes: Wish the pot had measurement markings and the lid ring had a locked position.
Likes: Perfect fit with Nalgne 32oz. bottle.
Dislikes: It takes time to boil water with a titanium pot.
Likes: Great product. Extremely light and convenient. Fits a small gas canister and the stove inside the pot, and the pot fits in the mug. Highly recommmend
Dislikes: nothing so far.
Likes: Light weight, strong, durable and compact. I bought it along with the Snow Peak Hybrid Trail Cookset. Combined they give me everything I need for cookware on a backpacking trip and they can fit together in just one of the mesh carry bags. Also, the combined weight of these two sets with an added titanium spork is only 14.2 ozs. I highly recommend these for extended backpacking trips.
Likes: Great little kit. So light you can hardly notice the extra weight. Goes great with my GigaPower stove set.
Dislikes: I find that the titanium of this is extremely easy to get dirty, after a few seconds after opening the packaging and handling left it covered in very visible fingerprints. However, this may just be normal for titanium, so I really don't think its a good reason to mark it down for.