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Evernew Titanium Pot 4L
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Evernew Titanium Pot 4L

 
Evernew Titanium Pot 4L

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Evernew Titanium Pot 4L

Manufacturer: Evernew

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Page By: Alpinist

Created/Edited: Jan 26, 2007 / Jan 26, 2007

Object ID: 2195

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Product Description

Backpacker Magazine 2005 Editor's Choice award winner

Available only at REI, this super-lightweight cookware now features a new non-stick coating inside for even cooking, durability and easy clean-up.

  • Lighter than steel and stronger than aluminum, corrosion-resistant, chemically non-reactive titanium conducts heat efficiently
  • Extra-thick silicon ceramic coating is superior, passing tests for heat, corrosion, frying and scratch-resistant hardness
  • Rounded bottom edges offer more surface area to the flame and are easier to clean
  • Extra large pot features a riveted, stainless-steel handle for stable carrying; swings to one side for storage
  • 1500 and 2500 ml gradations on side of pot assist in measuring
  • Lid features silicone-covered handle to protect hands
  • Includes nylon stuff sack with drawcord and toggle
  • Maintain the durability and integrity of coating and pot by avoiding cooking empty and using intense concentrated heat that can cause overheating

    When every ounce counts, pack along titanium pots. Titanium sets a new standard for lightweight cookware that's durable enough for backcountry use. It weighs half as much as stainless steel. Comes with a lid and heat-resistant silicone-covered handle that folds away for compact packing. Imported.

    Specifications

    Specification Description

    Weight 15.9 ounces

    Capacity 4 liters

    Dimensions 8.6 x 5.75 inches

    Material Titanium w/non-stick coating

    Cost

    US retail cost: $89.95

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AlpinistLightweight

Voted 4/5

It's a nice lightweight pot, but be sure to follow the directions and use as intended. I made the mistake of letting the pot heat up (just a little) and then dropped some snow in it for melting. The water tasted funny and I later realized that the bottom was scorched. Some of the non-stick coating came off and no doubt ended up in our drinking water. I can't blame the design for my mistake in usage. Use the product as instructed and you shouldn't have this problem. The non-stick coating is great for cooking and easy clean-up.
Posted Mar 20, 2008 10:55 pm

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