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Snow Peak Trek 700 Titanium Cooker

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Trek 700 Titanium Cooker

The Snow Peak Trek 700 Titanium Cooker is an indispensable part of your trekking setup, but it's so light, you'd hardly know it's in your pack. Weighing a mere 4.8 oz, this 24-ounce pot can be carried solo or nested into other Trek cookers.
  • Can hold one GigaPower Stove and a spare GigaPower 110 fuel canister
  • Attached handle folds for easy packing
  • Measurements printed on the sidewalls for flawless results (OK, perhaps those aren't guaranteed)
  • Mesh storage bag included
  • Item #SNO0114

Material
titanium
Volume
24 fl oz
Dimensions
4.175 x 4.425 in
Claimed Weight
4.8 oz
Recommended Use
backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 4

Titanium on the cranium (#metalhead)

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Once you throw down the money for a titanium cooking pot, there's no going back. Soon enough, you'll be dropping 500+ on cuben fiber packs and shelters. Just you wait... But, seriously - one of the easiest ways to drop some ounces in your backpacking kit is to go titanium with your pot. This is a great choice. The 700mL volume is perfect for 1 person meals. I cooked rice for Indian dishes, noodles for Asian-inspired soups (aka Ramen; duh), cous cous, and instant hash browns in this thing, no problem. It also served as my coffee mug for my latest trip, and it did just fine. Does what it is supposed to do. Two minor things: 1) the pot lid hanger doesn't seem necessary to me, and it is just odd enough in shape to catch on things in your pack if your don't pack it in a strategic location; 2) I wish the handles were longer rather than taller - this would move more of their mass further away from the pot, so they wouldn't get hot when you are cooking. Just be sure to always grip with a hankerchief or shirt first, and you'll avoid any nasty burns to your digits.

Once

Nice review! I'm looking down the hallway you're clearly describing here haha (Utah, rep. :p)

>Rating: 5

Snow Peak Trek 700 Titanium Cooker

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This metal pot is so incredibly light. We use it for two people, for hot water to add to dehydrated meals. It is wonderful that it won't add much to our backpack base weight.

>Rating: 2

Overpriced

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Toaks makes a double wall ti cup that is nicer than this cup and is only $15. Just saying.

Can't put a double walled cup/pot on a burner! Plus, I prefer single wall cups...I'd rather keep my hands warm than my tea hot.

>Rating: 5

its not a vargo, but the next best thing

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

but its everything else you are looking for in a lightweight cook system, just the right size in my opinion the 600 is too small, this is great for meals, the lid is cool to. not just a piece of indented metal that can easily fall off it has hooks in the front to be able to use as a strainer.

>Rating: 5

Awesome cook system

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Awesome lightweight cook system. great metal and great quality. would absolutely recommend these to anyone. a little pricey but worth it!

Is the lid made of titanium?

>Rating: 5

Pretty darn light

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This thing is a really well built pot/mug. Used this in conjunction with a Jetboil MightyMo and it worked wonderfully! Conducts heat quickly, and retains it pretty well too. Jetboil fuel along with Mighty Mo fit perfectly and ended up being smaller and lighter than a standard Jetboil. 10/10.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Little Pot

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I recently tested out the Snowpeak Trek-700 on an overnighter, and it went above and beyond my expectations! Its super lightweight (hence the titanium construction), heat dissipates quickly after use, and it can hold a compact stove (LiteMax in my case) and a 110g gas canistern. My only gripe would be the weird grab tab on the top, but its not that big off a turn off. I would recommend this piece of gear to any avid backpacker with a healthy budget looking to minimize weight.

>Rating: 5

The only cookware you need

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

When researching this purchase I knew I wanted something that could double as a pot or mug and had a lid, this is the perfect solution. Size is great and quality is without parallel. The handles do get hot (which shouldn't really be a surprise to anyone given that it's made of titanium), though this is easily remedied if you use a hanky or something as a buffer.

>Rating: 4

Good pot, weird lid hanger

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Its a great little pot, just the right size, and is typical Snow Peak titanium goodness. My only mistake was not noticing the little hook on the lid for hanging on the side of the pot. I am not sure how often other do that, but I am removing it on mine as it just hangs up on the stuff sack and is a marginal lid handle.

>Rating: 5

Awesome pot!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I purchased this to replace an aluminum cook set I had been using. Thus is MUCH lighter and looks as if it will be with me many years. A small canister fuel container fits easily inside although my stove (primus express) would not quite fit with the lid closed. Since it all goes in a cuben fiber stuff sack, it's not a big deal to me.

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how does it fit.

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trek 700

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>Rating: 4

Snow peak 700 pot

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Ultra light, strong, fits perfectly in my camelback mule with all my other 12 hour pack items. Very hear resistant and a great little pot.

>Rating: 5

My Go-To Pot

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This, in combo with a Snow Peak 450 Ti mug, are the two dishes I carry with me when I'm out and about. The Good: --Small and light, but still big enough to tuck mug, stove, stand, and lighter inside --Durable; doesn't deform when I shove it deep inside my pack. --About right for my personal hot water needs, decent for two people. --Handles fold in along the sides of the pot, making it nice and sleek come packing time. The Bad: --Handles get quite hot, as others have noted. I love mine, and can't recommend it enough for anyone who solos.

>Rating: 5

love

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I took this pot on my Appalachian Trail thru hike and it's one of my favorite pieces of gear. Perfect size for 1 person. I used it almost every day to cook pasta, mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, coffee, oatmeal. Fit great on my homemade alcohol stove. I loved being able to put it over a fire, which I did whenever I could, to save fuel. My pot is super discolored, but I think it gives it character. I always clipped it to the outside of my pack and wore it proudly! It was also handy for scooping up water from shallow streams. The handles can get really hot though, so I sewed a little fleece pocket for my alcohol stove and used that as a pot holder.

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discoloration

after a couple years

after
>Rating: 4

Awesome pot

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Fits some cooking basics, fuel, and stove. Throw a big rubber band around the whole package and you have a kitchen for 1 or 2. The 700 is just enough water for two oatmeals, a coffee and an oatmeal, or 2 pastas. A good in-between solo and cookset that doesn't deform. Some discoloration but nothing to worry about.

>Rating: 5

Cleans up Real nice!

I have had this cooker/cup for about 10 years now and it has taken one hell of a beating. I have to say though that the cup has maintained it's shape over time and looks almost as good as new. It cleans up really nice. I like this cup because I can store cooking stuff in it with the mesh pouch it has a lid to keep things hot and it is incredibly lite. The sipper on the lid leaks by design so I recommend drinking with the lid off, but other than that I love this cup!

>Rating: 5

Take it everywhere

I have taken this mug/cooker everywhere for the last 6 years since I got it. I recently got another on to have a set, because sometimes its nice to have two devices to cook with. I can't say enough about it. It is Ti and it is light as expected. you can pack stuff in it to reduce pack bulk and it is multipurpose. Not great for drinking a morning brew from with the lid (spills a bit with the lid on with the sip slit) but other than that solid trail gear.

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Is the lid made of titanium?

Yes it is full titanium

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What are the Dimensions?

Depth 4.2" Height 4.4"

Need lid for my snow peak trek 700. Any help.

We dont sell the lid alone, it looks like Snowpeak normally sells them for $12.95 on their site, but bad news.. they are currently out of stock :( I would recommend possibly contacting them to see if they have an estimated arrival for those. Or if you are feeling wild, just spoil yourself for Christmas and buy a brand new one ;)

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This is single walled correct? so I can...

This is single walled correct? so I can use it over coals in the fire?

yep

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I've already got the 600, but want to add...

I've already got the 600, but want to add a lid combo to my set. To save room, I'd love to know if the 600 would fit inside this 700?

Yes it does. I carry my 600 & 700 this way all the time. It is a tight fit and may even push out on the 700 because of the 600 handles, but when you remove the 600 the 700 lid still fits fine so it is not distorted out of round by the tight fit.

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Can anyone advise the precise INTERNAL...

Can anyone advise the precise INTERNAL diameter of the Trek 700? It is unclear which dimensions are given in the specs but I'm assuming its the external diameter... Thanks in advance!

The the external diameter and "pull off" 4mm to have the INTERNAL diameter

The exact diameter is 3 & 6/8 inches.

The inside diameter is 3 and 6/8 inches.