Ultralight Titanium Camping Pots
I bought a new Evernew Titanium Pot (1.3 L) this winter that is a little larger than the Snow Peak Titanium 700 that I normally use for 3 season hiking for melting snow for winter hiking and camping. Snow Peak makes some fine camping cookware also but doesn’t have anything in their product line with the same size and weight performance ratio as the Evernew 1.3L, which only weighs 4.8 oz.
The Evernew has built in insulated handles that fold in around its base for easy storage and they make the stove easy to handle when you need to melt snow for an hour or more using a white gas stove (blowtorch.) The pot itself has a small pour spout on it’s upper lip that makes it easy to fill water bottles or an insulated mug without spilling boiling water all over yourself. Plus with 1.3 liters of capacity, the Evernew and its top are large enough to fit my MSR Simmerlite Stove, fuel pump, and wind screen and base, compressing down into one compact unit in my winter pack.
Despite costing a premium, I’ve always preferred uncoated Titanium pots over aluminum or steel ones since they’re the lightest weight available and all I ever do is boil water. Titanium is fast to heat up and fairly durable making it a good lightweight option for camping cookware.
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