Select Style & Size
Mini Solo Combo Titanium Cookset
Made for one-man treks into the wilderness, the Snow Peak Mini Solo Combo Titanium Cookset provides the basic necessities for cooking and serving. Titanium construction provides exceptional strength-to-weight, speeds up heating time, and is easy to clean after cooking.
The 28-ounce pot and 10-ounce cup fit together for compact carrying in your pack, complete with a mesh bag for keeping both pieces together. The pot fits a Snow Peak GigaPower Stove and one 110-gram fuel canister inside or two 110-gram fuel canisters for a more streamlined set-up. Folding handles allow you to cook and serve yourself without taking up room in your pack.
- Compact cookset for solo travelers and backpackers
- Titanium construction for high strength-to-weight
- 30-ounce pot for cooking meals and boiling water
- 18.3-ounce cup for serving yourself and measuring meals
- Fits a GigaPower Stove and 110g fuel canister inside
- Mesh carrying bag keeps both pieces together
- Item #SNO005Q
- [pot] 30oz, [cup] 18.3oz
- 1 pot with lid, 1 drinking/measuring cup, 1 mesh bag
- [stowed size] 4.3 x 5.2in, [pot] 4.25x 5.1in, [cup] 4.3 x 2.8in
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
September 26, 2019
Nice but it’ll have to do...
I contacted Backcounty for advise on a nesting solo cook kit that I could put my msr fuel canister in. This is the one that was suggested, after just receiving it-it doesn’t even come close. Which is probably my fault for not doing enough research but I was short on time before my trip and thought contacting them was the way to go. Not a huge issue but a major let down. The kit it’s self is pretty nice and lightweight, the handles don’t stay in play like most and can see them getting sloppy over time, which would be the only draw back. For a titanium solo kit on sale it’s not that bad of a buy if you can over look those things...
April 7, 2019
Ideally Sized Pots for Solo Trekking
- I've put it through the wringer
These pots are somehow both ideally sized and ultralight. The pot is the perfect capacity for simmering ramen, cooking oats, or boiling water for backpacking meals and the cup, though a little on the large size for a cup, is plenty spacious for coffee and can easily boil enough of water solo meals. The lid fits both vessels so you can use it to keep your coffee warm while you cook breakfast or pack up camp and the handles are an invaluable yet oft forgotten feature on backcountry cookware. Best of all - they nest! A small fuel container and canister stove fit neatly inside the large pot which fits neatly into the cup which all stows tidily inside a mesh storage bag. And it all weights under 200g (even with Hot Lips!).
January 11, 2019
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This is a great ultralite trekking set.
December 16, 2018
- I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Picked up this set as a Christmas gift, will update after I get feedback.
March 16, 2018
- I've put it through the wringer
I love my new pots! They are super light and sturdy. Great for the backcountry. No complaints.
October 14, 2017
light and compact
I got this for SL mountain adventures. Works great! Super compact. Ti doesn't hold much heat so the boil time is a bit longer... that's the trade off with a cookset this unbelievably light. Have used it with multiple stoves including the Snow Peak LiteMax.
November 13, 2020
What are the interior dimensions please?
December 1, 2020
[stowed size] 4.3 x 5.2in, [pot] 4.25x 5.1in, [cup] 4.3 x 2.8in..... So it would be slightly smaller than 5.1 in the pot.
July 31, 2020
In the pictures it appears that only the cup has the graduations/measurement lines. Does the pot also have them?
May 16, 2020
can a MSR PocketRocket Deluxe Stove fit inside?
November 4, 2017
The picture for this product shows the new 2.0 model, but the information still describes the older version (smaller capacities, etc). Are you carrying the 2.0 or the older version?
November 28, 2017
I recently purchased this and I took a gamble that the picture was the real product, not the description, since the picture is of the 2.0 version. I received the item today and it is the 2.0 model (box has SKU SCS-004TR). YMMV, of course. Lots of mangled descriptions out there from other sites too. The published weight (listed on the box) is 6.38oz. 5.5oz is listed on some sites that have the updated fluid capacities (including SnowPeak's own website), but I believe that is the weight of the original Mini Solo. My postal scale reads the weight as 6.4oz, without the mesh bag.