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A hot cup of tea warms your core more effectively than anything else, and the 700mL Stoic Ti Kettle helps you quickly boil water while you're deep in the wilderness or high in the frigid alpine.

  • Titanium construction stands up to lots of drops and abuse while in your pack and doesn't corrode or burn easily on your backpacking stove
  • 700mL capacity lets you boil enough hot water for a couple of backcountry companions or for a cup of hot tea and instant noodles
  • Removable lid permits easy filling with water or snow and the spout pours without burns or spills
  • Nylon mesh storage sack holds the kettle and a few tea bags together in your expedition pack
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So light!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Great for boiling water, great for backpacking. I've cooked soup in it, boiled water, taken it everywhere with me. Its sooooooooooo light!! Totally worth it for serious backpacking. It seems very durable, I've had no problems with anything yet despite numerous backpacking trips. This is a great buy.

Perfect for One

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Love this pot. I don't go on any hike of any distance without it. This pot plus the Jetboil equals a perfect combo for soup, pasta, or just about any one serving meal. I wish they would get them back in stock so I could buy a few more for other family members though.

Perfect for solo camping!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I initial picked this up because the price was too good to beat.



I've kept the pot in my pack since then because the pot is too good to beat!



Great size if you're cooking for one, or if you get creative you can fit enough food for two in it as well. Durable and lightweight, with a handy included carry sack, hopefully Stoic brings this one back.

Excellent bargain

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I love this TI pot and bought a few when they where on sale. I have been using them since it was under the backcountry.com brand and it's the perfect size for my needs.. I have a lot of other TI pots that cost a lot more than these but they just collect dust. Don't buy one, "buy two".

Great Nesting Cut

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Great cup for the value. It is a clone of a snow peak 700, but HALF THE PRICE! It fits my SS Wide Mouth Water Bottle perfectly. I bought 2 and use them all the time. I use the mesh bag to put the lid in the bottom then cinch it to the water bottle and cup. And I can fit my grill top inside the cup and fire stove ring around the bottle and it snugs up everything very nice.

Great Nesting Cut

Another brand retails for 3X as much!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

The MSR titanium teakettle is 850ml and sells for $60. The Stoic teakettle is a steal! My MSR fuel canisters fit in it. I take a small pot and this when I backpack solo... if there are two of us, I take 2 small pots and this. It works great as a mug or a 2nd container. The handles are smartly ergonomically designed so you don't drop it and the strainer lide is awesome. For less than $20 you can't beat it!

Another brand retails for 3X as much!

Another brand retails for 3X as much!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

The MSR titanium teakettle is 850ml and sells for $60. The Stoic teakettle is a steal! My MSR fuel canisters fit in it. I take a small pot and this when I backpack solo... if there are two of us, I take 2 small pots and this. It works great as a mug or a 2nd container. The handles are smartly ergonomically designed so you don't drop it and the strainer lide is awesome. For less than $20 you can't beat it!

Stoic Titanium 700 vs GSI Minimalist

That was a nice test. But one thing, the Stoic is now almost universally sod for $19.95. At that price, it is a real deal. The weight is lighter, the built in handles are impossible to lose unlike the gripper and the stuff sack keeps the lid on when you put two fuel canisters in the 700ml pot or you can put a 450ml Ti mug inside instead. I use mine for custom hearty soups in place of just dehydrated meals. I love it and once again, the price has come down significantly. Buy one or two if you want to be pleased.

Best Bargain on Backcountry.com !

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Compared to my Snowpeak 600 mug, it's a little taller and has a great lid. The gage actually is thinner Ti and is only marginally heavier, but that's because it has a little more volume. Lid fits well, but not perfect, and comes with a nice 'padded' mesh bag. OUTSTANDING deal. I bought two of them, you should too. Going to make a coupel Reflextix coozies for them. Only things that could use improvement would be a few more drain holes (drains a little too slowly) and I like the little lid handle, but I don't think it will survive for too long before bending badly.

Nice little pot + brand comparison

    I'll have to compare this against that other brand. Both are listed at 700ml, seem well constructed, can fit a small stove w/ fuel can, an alcohol setup w/ little bottles, easy enough to clean w/ large hands and has a functional lid. This one doesn't have measurements, but it holds a nalgene bottle better (think air wooshing when you separate them).



    I can't tell which lid I like better. The other brand can kind of attach to the body when not in use and has holes closer to the edge for easier straining. This one has an interesting handle that can slide around between grooves. One set of grooves is for storgae and it doesn't really lift up. The other groove tilts the handle up and away from the vent holes. These holes have less room for steam to escape.



    I would say that this works with the JetBoil coffee press better. With the other brand, you had to move the fins out. Even then, you had to get the right angle to get the seal on a cold pot or it would just fall down. For this one, minimal fiddling with the fins toward straight down makes a perfect seal. If you want to jerry rig something else, a Bodum Chambord press seems to work, too.



    I started w/ a GSI Pinnacle Soloist w/ a sea to summit x-mug. I wanted another boiling or campfire option and bit on the sale price. I'm pretty happy w/ this purchase. After fiddling w/ things, my current setup for 2 people seems like a perfect nesting system:



    -> hold the Soloist bowl open side up

    -> put the bottom of the non-bagged kettle in the bowl

    -> foon, alcohol stove, windscreen, some fuel and a lighter

    -> kettle lid

    -> x-mug downward

    -> the upside down Soloist pot over everything

    -> flip everything over

    -> gsi pot lid & lock the handles



    The other way around seems to have the pot lid squishing the x-mug.

    Unanswered Question

    Anyone know if you can get the lid...

    Anyone know if you can get the lid separately? I lost mine and while cheap would prefer to just get exactly what I need rather than build my collection lol.

    Also is this the same dimensions as the old Backcountry 700ml?

    Thanks!!

    Will a Nalgene nest inside?

    Will a Nalgene nest inside?

    Will a standard gas canister fit inside...

    Will a standard gas canister fit inside this kettle?

    Best Answer

    OK I will answer this one myself. A 100 gm Jetboil canister as well as the 110 gram Snow Peak canisters WILL in fact fit inside. With room to spare for the MSR Microrocket and ignitor as long as you take the stove out of the supplied plastic case.

    OK I will answer this one myself.  A 100 gm Jetboil canister as well as the 110 gram Snow Peak canisters  WILL in fact fit inside.  With room to spare for the MSR Microrocket and ignitor as long as you take the stove out of the supplied plastic case.