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    The cookset of choice for the ultralight chef.

    Cook up multi-pot meals in the backcountry or basecamp without weighing down your pack thanks to the MSR Titan 2 Pot Set. This titanium cookset features two pots with a single lid that also doubles as a plate. MSR’s LiteLifter pot grabber gives you a secure grasp on your grub, and the whole package nests into the included stuff sack.
    • Item #CAS0541

    Tech Specs

    1 L, 1.5 L
    2 pots, 1 lid, 1 gripper
    Claimed Weight
    9.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 3 years

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    My snow peak ti pots get burn marks all over the bottom after a few uses. This pot has no burns on it at all, looks brand new and I have been using it as my everyday tea kettle at home. I got this pot so that I could pair it with a Caldera Cone alcohol stove which I got from peak designs. The whole stove set up including denatured alcohol fuel weighs next to nothing. Best and lightest stove setup imaginable. You can get the caldera come alcohol stove from for less than $20. Been using jetboil and msr stoves for years, once I tried out an alcohol stove I will never go back. Not only does it save weight but it cooks better. MSR makes some bomber pots that cost less and are better than Snow Peak.

    Light and sufficient for 1-2 people.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Was a bit skeptical of this set initially as it was a fair downsize from my previous aluminium set, but the weight was really selling me. Once I got them, I was completely assured. The size is just enough for a 2 person pasta/noodle meal in the larger pot, which was my main requirement. The set is ridiculously light (which it should be at this price), but I have also been really impressed with the non stick properties. I rarely have food stick and its always easy to clean in the event that it does. I manage to fit my stove (pocketrocket), gripper (included), swiss army knife, piezo, and primus windshield all inside this set closing easily. Comes with a nice storage sac as well to keep it tidy and together in a pac. Has seen a fair bit of use so far and its still like new. It is fairly susceptible to small dings, but not a big deal. If you're doing miles with this thing in your pack, or elevation for that matter, then its well worth the price.

    So light!

      These pots are incredibly light. When you get to the point that every ounce matters, this is one piece of gear that I was easily able to justify the investment. I've used them on 7 trips so far and they have not scratched or dented at all. I have some issues with food sticking, but I just scrub a little sand in there and let them soak and they're good to go. Overall, I'm in love.

      Anyone have an opinion on using this with...

      Anyone have an opinion on using this with a wood stove (emberlite titanium? sa

      Titanium pots work GREAT on wood fires. The worst thing that can happen is creosote build up on the bottom. Even if you run dry and have a blast-furnace fire, you won't get the 3000 F degrees to hurt the pan. Aluminum will be a puddle well before this (~1200F degrees).

      Emberlit is a great little stove. Perfect under a 2L pot for boiling water on the fuel-cheap and light.

      Can an MSR Dragonfly stove fit inside this...

      Can an MSR Dragonfly stove fit inside this set? What are the dimensions?

      I have the Titan 2L pot and the dragonfly JUST BARELY fits inside. I have to orient the stove correctly and pack it like a puzzle, and then the lid fits on without a millimeter to spare. So I doubt the stove would fit in a smaller pot. The reason is the pot supports are so bulky.