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Great set so far. Light weigh, strong. Great size.
Does this pot come increments on the...
Does this pot come increments on the inside/outside? I like to just eat straight out of my pot when I cook oatmeal, pasta, etc., and it's easier with exact measurements rather than approximations.
This pot has no markings on it, inside or out. What I sometimes do with pots lacking such measurements is use a metal marking punch/stamp and mark every measurement I want.
Does "non-stick" refer to the natural...
Does "non-stick" refer to the natural titanium finish, or is it coated with something else?
Natural finish. Mine wasn't coated with anything. Also, everything stuck to it, so the non-stick didn't work. Look for something with Teflon like the GSI soloist or dualist.
Great set for the price
This set is super light and gets the job done. I haven't used it for frying, but other people say that it isn't 1650ml, or non-stick. The handles work fine, but they aren't the best design out there. The two handles on the pot have the ability to sway side to side while holding it, and the lid handle has to be bent inward to be placed back in travel position. It works just fine on the Jetboil with the pot adapter if you stir regularly and watch the flame level. It's not the highest quality, but it's a great first time set for the price.
Great pot/pan for the price!
I've only used it on the trail once but it did what it was supposed to... cooked our meals (2 of us) just fine, boiled water quickly and seems super durable. Plus it's light as a feather... We used it with our MSR Pocket Rocket and it's a perfect fit, bonus points for an 8oz fuel canister fitting snugly inside with our silverware and a rag... Can't beat this combo really....
I told myself after being burned the last...
I told myself after being burned the last time that I would never buy a pot/pan with these thin, folding handles again. However, I am looking at this set up for use when my jet boil with companion cup is not enough. My question is this: how easy are the handles to use when it is cold with cold stiff hands or while wearing gloves?
As a side note has anyone gone from using Aluminum to Titanium and noticed a difference in fuel usage? The Titanium should not transfer heat as efficiently as the Aluminum, and I was wondering if that translated into increased fuel usage or if it is not noticeable.
Thanks in advance!!!
Light and indestructible.
Great solo piece! I use mine with an MSR dragonfly and love it. I might remove the handle on the lid, it is a PITA to get to snap back once you fold it out. I liked the one I got off of SAC so much that I bought a second one. The bottom will discolor a bit and also warp a little, but nothing major. I also picked up two of the BC.com Ti sporks which fit nicely inside the pots and are insanely light.
definatley not non-stick
Has the same bead blasted surface as the long handled spoon, spork, and 700 ml pot. Most definatley not non-stick. That aside the pot works. I can fit a fuel canister in it but not my MSR pocket rocket. I have yet to find a use for the lid other than a plate.
BC needs to change the description... there is not coating on this pot!!!!!!!! just a bead blast
How would this hold up over an open candle...
How would this hold up over an open candle flame such as an 120 hour emergency candle placed in a basic fold out stove. Just in can i need to heat up some noodles in an emergency?
No problem whatsoever. Ti handles heat very well, and the typical stove that this is designed to work with has a considerably higher BTU output than a candle.
Will these hold up over hot camp fire?
I want to use them on a two week hike. I will not be using camp stoves..
Great for One Person
Very compact and light weight. Non stick and durable. Like the mesh carry sack. Great for one person, too small for two. Top notch if you're cooking for one.
I ordered this on SAC thinking I was going to get about 1.5L in the pot for snow melting, cooking, etc. I see on Backcountry a better description. However, I measured the volume of the pot and found that if you fill to the very rim you might get 1100ml +/-. The lid filled to the rim is <400ml. Of course in the real world you can't cook with a pot filled to the extreme rim. I'm not sure who wrote the 1650ml but be prepared for something very light (nice), but smaller than advertised(not so nice).
Backcountry.com Titanium Cookset - 1650ml.
Ripper pans - Big enough to boil small Croc's or a leg of Koala, too small for a Red Roo steak, but they can be hard to catch, so no worries.
Used as a secondary set (I have a GSI fancy non-stick nested stuff set as primary) on a three night backpacking trip with some equipmentless friends and ended wondering why I would ever want to carry the GSI set on two person trips. This thing is light and works perfectly for two people. This might change me to ultralight backpacking. I am now watching SAC for a pair of ti cups (just got the knife/fork/spoon set- two thumbs up) and then I'm set.
Not really 1650ml!
The product is fine. The marketing is misleading. If you buy this on SAC (as I did,) it doesn't tell you that the pot is only 1.3 liters, and the remaining 350ml is the volume of the lid. Ended up being too small and I returned it. Too bad, so sad.
Any plans to make a flat top with drain...
Any plans to make a flat top with drain holes for this piece to replace the pan top?
Drop them an email with your product suggestion, in the mean time take a drill to yours and make one!
Just what i was looking for.
Darn good cookset!! Plenty big for my stove(Optimus crux) and fuel can plus wash rag to fit inside. Plus super light. Also love is the coated handles. They do not get hot as others I have had. Definitely worth the price!
Ohhh Yeah! for Titanium
This cookset is unbelievably ultralight and it is the perfect size for me and my fiance. Im also able to fit my bowls at the bottom of the cookset. Love it and cant wait to use it.
Great Tit Cookware for the price
The cook set is well made and amazingly light. It comes in a nice black carrying case. It disperses heat about the best you can expect titanium to do. I am very pleased with the purchase considering that anything of similar quality is at least 20 dollars more. I would recommend this to anyone, as long as they understand that titanium cookware will eventually warp. Great Product! Thanks Backcountry!
cookin me up some grub
I really like this set. great storage case to keep them nice and pretty. they're lightweight. they do scratch up a bit but since they aren't non stick treated i'm not really too worried. The grips do show they are not the highest end titanium pots out there. but who's keeping track anyway when you're eating a well cooked meal in the BC?
Will the backcountry Ti spoon scratch the...
Will the backcountry Ti spoon scratch the surface on this pot? Do I need to use plastic or wood only?
It will just a little, but metal utensils of any kind are fine since there's no finish to worry about.