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The Snow Peak Multi Compact Cook Set is an ultra-lightweight 4 piece titanium set that includes a large 32 oz (1 quart) pot with a 14 oz. (0.4 quart) lid/fry pan, and a smaller 23 oz. (0.7 quart) pot with a 10 oz. (0.3 quart) lid/fry pan.
This cook set is great for hikers who need more than one pot. You can pre-soak noodles in one pot, while your sauce cooks in the other. The fry pans can be used to saute mushrooms, or they can be used as plates for you and your hiking partner. The possibilities are endless.
This cook set is made of titanium. Titanium is an advanced, ultra-lightweight metal that is more corrosion resistant than stainless steel and more heat resistant than aluminum. Each pot has a measuring scale stamped on the inside.
Set includes a nylon mesh stuff sack and weighs only 11.6 oz.
- Titanium construction
- Large pot: 32 oz. (1.0 quart) capacity; 5-7/8" dia x 2-7/8"
- Large lid: 14 oz. (0.4 quart) capacity; 6-1/8" dia x 1-1/4"
- Small pot: 23 oz. (0.7 quart) capacity; 5" dia x 2-3/4"
- Small lid: 10 oz. (0.3 quart) capacity; 5-3/8" dia x 1-1/4"
- Nesting design packs down to 6-1/8" dia x 4""
- Measuring scale stamped inside each pot
- Nylon mesh stuff sack included
Best Use Backpacking Type Titanium Cook Set Packed Size 6.2" x 4" Item Weight 11.6 oz. Capacity 32 oz/14 oz. and 23 oz/10 oz.
Likes: Titanium, which means lightweight. But in comparing it to my old set it really isn't light enough to make the fiddly lid and handles worth it.
Dislikes: Wish Snow Peak could develop a halfway decent lid. The lid as frying pan is a goofy idea and not really workable. Who would use a tiny little lid as a frying pan? Also, the handles are not very sturdy and refolding them isn't easy. Not really impressed.
Likes: Super light, and smaller than my old SS MSR kit, but the size was never an issue. Easy to clean up, and the handles worked better than I expected. Plus I saved about $25 buying from Backcountry Edge. I'm becoming more of a weight miser these days, as I am carrying my 5 y.o. daughter's gear now. Ti isn't cheap, but it's worth it to me in weight savings alone.
Dislikes: Seemed a little small at first, but actually was just the right size for 2 adults and a kid. Pricey, but worth it in my opinion.
Likes: So light weight and great to back pack with. Don't even know they are there
Dislikes: Seemed to burn a bit
Likes: ultra, ultra lightweight. handy storage sack. fuel container fits perfectly.
Likes: Great weight and pack-ability. The perfect size for cooking for two. I like how the pots and covers all fit together... still with room for fragile parts of my stove inside them. I certainly didn't lose weight on this years trips.
Dislikes: No bad comments