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Titanium Trek 700

 
Titanium Trek 700

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Titanium Trek 700

Manufacturer: Snowpeak

Your Opinion: 
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Page By: tarol

Created/Edited: Jan 23, 2007 / Jan 23, 2007

Object ID: 1944

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Product Description

This handy little Ti pot/mug comes with a lid that is slotted to allow you to drain liquid off or to allow you to store your spork in the pot. It weighs 4.7 oz and has a capacity of 26 oz. It is 6 1/4 inches high and 3 inches wide. It also has folding handles.

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tarolGreat little pot but...

Voted 4/5

...I like the MSR Titan Tea Kettle better! I don't like it that the lid on this Snowpeak pot doesn't lock on. That's a nice feature on the MSR kettle. Also, this lid isn't Ti, it's made of a heavier material (steel?) But I do like the slot that allows you to drain liquid off, say from your pasta that you're cooking. Someday maybe they'll make a pot that has a slot in its Ti lid and one that also locks on!
Posted Jan 23, 2007 8:53 pm

J.J.Awesome pot

Voted 5/5

This is a durable little guy. My wife and i got it last year some time as a backup because the jetboil we had was acting up. Well needless to say the jetboil died (F-Jetboils) This pot and, a little Esbit stove became our primary cook combo. They work every time and are light as hell. Highly suggested!!!
Posted Mar 20, 2007 11:28 pm

CrazySanManGreat pot

Hasn't voted

I use this pot and a Snowpeak 450 Ti cup on an MSR Pocket Rocket stove. The cup, the stove, a Light My Fire spork, two cigarette lighters, and several single-serving sized packets of instant coffee all fit inside this pot. The entire kit is very lightweight.

I keep this kit in my trunk when I'm not in the woods and often use it on road trips to make coffee during bio breaks at rest areas on the highway. I also carry it to my kids' favorite sledding hill in the winter so we can make hot chocolate right there on the hill. This pot will hold enough water for two mugs of coffee or hot chocolate and it holds the 2 cups of boiling water needed for most freeze-dried meals.
Posted Sep 8, 2008 6:53 am

goodmojoI'm a little Ti pot, short and stout...

Hasn't voted

This little pot is awesome, I put my canister stand in the bottom, then my Optimus Crux, then a small canister wrapped in a bandana on top of that, then my folding Ti spork and a lighter and then I put that in my Trek 900, which I then slide into my Trek 1400, which nestles into my... wow, I could go on all day. This pot is light and strong, works well with my Vargo alcohol stove too. I usually pair it with the Trek 900 for my go-to solo kit. As far as the floppy steel lid is concerned, a great thing I discovered is that my Jetboil PCS rubber sippy lid fits this pot PERFECTLY. Locks on tight, keeps everything inside, no bag or rubber band or stuff sack necessary. Might add half an ounce or so to the weight, but it's worth it for a tightly packed cook kit. So go blow the dust off of your PCS and slap that lid on this pot and you won't be sorry!
Posted Feb 11, 2009 9:44 pm

OJ LoennekerGreat

Voted 5/5

as a small kettle for solo outings where you might just be rehyrating freeze dried meals. It's a bit too small for major snow to water making efforts, but works well in a pinch. The Snowpeak canisters and stove nest together with an additional canister nested on the lid with the infamous Ti spork.
Posted Feb 25, 2010 3:58 pm

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