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Snow Peak Trek 900 Titanium Backpacking Cookset Item # SNPSCS008T
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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 set weighs in at only 6.2 oz.
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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.

  • 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
Specs

Specs

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

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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!

Reviewed by Rodney S. - August 22, 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.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - April 9, 2014

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.

Reviewed by Mike B. - October 22, 2013

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

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - August 30, 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

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - May 28, 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.

Reviewed by Ben H. - May 24, 2013

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.

Reviewed by Ron A. - December 17, 2012

Likes: compact and lightweight. fuel canister stores inside.

Dislikes: nothing

Reviewed by Tim R. - July 4, 2012

Likes: Very light and durable. Great product.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Daniel D. - February 14, 2012

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...

Reviewed by Jeff B. - December 5, 2011