Ideal for backcountry trips of up to three people, the Snow Peak Trek Combo Titanium cookset combines all of the cookware you might need into a single, compact kit.
Ideal for backcountry trips with up to three hikers or backpackers, the Snow Peak Trek Combo Titanium cook set combines all of the cookware you might need into a single compact kit. The set consists of a 30 oz. capacity titanium cookpot, a 47 oz. capacity titanium cookpot and matching titanium lids for each pot. The lids have handles of their own and can also serve as frying pans or plates. The entire set packs neatly inside the 47 oz. capacity cookpot and even offers ample storage capacity to house your GigaPower stove and a fuel canister (both sold separately), increasing the available storage space inside your backpack.
With a total weight of only 13 oz., the Snow Peak Trek Combo Titanium cook set comes with its own nylon mesh stuff sack.
- Titanium construction.
- 47 oz. capacity cookpot.
- 30 oz. capacity cookpot.
- 17 oz. capacity lid/plate/frying pan.
- 8 oz. capacity lid/plate/frying pan.
- Nests together into a 5.75" x 6" stack.
- Total combined weight of only 13 oz.
- Nylon mesh stuff sack included.
Recommended Use General or lightweight backpacking Warranty Lifetime Type Titanium Packed Size 5.75" x 6" Item Weight 13 oz. Dimensions Large pot: 5.5" x 4.5"
Small pot: 4.75" x 4.25"
Large lid/plate: 5.75" x 1.5"
Small lid/plate: 5" x 1.5"
Capacity Large pot: 47 oz.
Small pot: 30 oz.
Large lid/frypan: 17 oz.
Small lid/frypan: 8 oz.
Likes: As a former user of aluminum cookware, this titanium set is great. Don't expect to be able to cook up enough chili to feed an army, but for a group of 2-3, it works great. Lids/pans & handles fold up nicely and everything stacks and nests. The Trek 700 is the perfect companion to this set as it will nestle in the combo set.
Dislikes: Handles could feel a little more stout, but never had an issue cooking with it.
Likes: Well made, durable. This set is slightly larger in diameter than some others, makes it more stable on the stove. Also, lids actually look like small skillets (not like Mason jar lids - the size that most are). Bought Snow Peak 450 cup to go with this set. Fits easily inside and still plenty of room for stove and fuel tablets. Adding the cup makes the set "adjustable" for solo or 2-person trips.
Dislikes: Nothing, so far.
Likes: The product is fine. I bought it for a canoe expedition but honestly, I probably won't use it much now. I bought a JetBoil Flash and will probably use that most of the time.
Dislikes: Nothing really except they are large compared to the JetBoil.
Likes: High quality product; perfect for two. Easy to use. Light weight.
Dislikes: Can't really think of a con.
Likes: Nice- light- 2 pots, a "pan" and a handle that works well.
Good for boiling water for two or three- we have a 13 year old son, so it is nice to have the larger pot to boil water for all three of us for freezer bag cooking on the trail.
Dislikes: Lid is not really a lid- more of a very small pan. But- that is what we expected, so not really a proble. WOn't use it often.
Likes: Super light, nesting for small storage.
Dislikes: WOuld be better with a petroleum free non stick.
Likes: Snow Peak - Light and well designed