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Snow Peak 1400 Titanium Cookset
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Snow Peak 1400 Titanium Cookset

Snow Peak 1400 Titanium Cookset

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Snow Peak 1400 Titanium Cookset

Manufacturer: Snow Peak

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Page By: reboyles

Created/Edited: Jul 20, 2010 / Jul 20, 2010

Object ID: 7234

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Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium Cookset

In my quest to retool gear to save both weight and space I bought the Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium Cookset to replace my heavier MSR set that I've used for years. I decided on the 1400 because the main pot has a capacity of over 1 liter which I figured should be adequate for a small group and I was right. 3 of us used the 1400 as our only cookset for a 5 day adventure in the Winds and it was perfectly suited for the trip. The small fry pan that serves as a lid is a bit too small for much cooking but it does work well as a plate or cereal bowl. The lid does not fit tightly which some may not like but I didn't have a problem with it. A snap-tight lid could turn this into a pressure cooker or minimally make it hard to get off when handling hot liquid or food. The only shortcoming I found with this cookset was the handles which have a tendency to get very hot. The first (and only) time I picked this pot up off the stove I saw a small puff of smoke and instantly had second degree burns on two of my finger tips. From that point on I always had a glove handy when I needed to pick up the pot. Outside of the welding rod like handles, this is a good strong, lightweight cookset that I'll use from now on.


Lightweight, 47 ounce capacity, 2-piece titanium cookset, 7.4 ounce total weight.



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