Snow Peak Trek Series cooksets are great ultra-light options for cooking while backpacking or camping.
The Snow Peak Trek 1400 Aluminum cookset includes a mid-size (1.5 qt.) pot and a 0.5 qt. fry pan/lid.
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 in its case. The fry pan handle folds back over the bottom of the pan, making for a compact and packable unit.
A nylon mesh stuff sack is included. The set weighs in at only 10.8 oz.
- 47 oz. (1.5 quart) capacity pot; 5-1/2" dia x 4-1/2"
- 17 oz. (0.5 quart) capacity lid/fry pan; 5-3/4" dia x 1-1/2"
- Nesting design packs down to 5-3/4" dia x 5-7/8"
- Measuring scale stamped inside
Recommended Use General backpacking Warranty Lifetime Type Aluminum Packed Size 5.75 x 5.875 Item Weight 10.8 oz. Dimensions Pot: 5.5 x 4.5 in.
Lid: 5.75 x 1.5 in.
Capacity Pot: 47 oz.
Lid: 17 oz.
Likes: easy to use
Dislikes: hevier than titanium
Likes: The item was as indicated. Light, and well made. Functions fine. Didn't try to fry anything on the pan, but the pot boils nice and evenly.
Dislikes: Being reading about different materials for pots and pans. aluminum might have known health risk unless properly made. Would pay little more and get titanium. Also, the pan handle rattles and the mesh bag is not much of help. But they are minor issues.
Likes: size, packability, light weight.
I don't in general have an issue with the handles on the pot getting too warm when I use it with my primus express stove.
overally nice set.
Dislikes: on rare occasion I wish the pan were non-stick, but rarely.
Likes: The pots in this set seem to be the perfect size for what I need- not tiny, but not too bulky. Both pot and frypan are durable but not too heavy. Fits my stove, windscreen, and a few other items easily.
Dislikes: Minor issues: The pot handle doesn't get quite far enough up and out to prevent it getting quite hot. The Optimus Weekend seems to have a better design that way. Also, there are liter and ounce markings, but the ounce markings are oddly marked 10,20,30, and 35 instead of the more useful 8,16,24,32.
Likes: nice pot for overnight camping
Dislikes: nothing is bad