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    It's still O.K. for adults to lick the bowl clean.

    Carrying a Snow Peak Trek Titanium Bowl won't weigh you down. Keep your pack light and your travels far with lightweight cook ware from Snow Peak. This bowl is made from nearly weightless titanium and is as ready for dinner as you are. Putting this feather weight bowl in your pack, with other Snow Peak titanium cook ware, will let you carry everything that you need to make a complete meal without slowing down your travels.
    • Item #SNO0045

    Tech Specs

    5.5 x 2.25 in
    Claimed Weight
    1.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    lightweight hiking

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    Snow Peak scores big with this bowl!

      I love this little gem of a bowl. It is easy to clean, super light weight, durable and easy to pack. When backpacking this is my go to bowl for breakfast and dinner. It holds a hefty serving after a long day on the trail.

      Snow Peak scores big with this bowl!

      Weight is not 1.6oz

        This bowl is listed at 1.6oz all over the internet, but I just bought it and it clearly says 1.85oz on the label. I weighed it at 1.90oz / 54g on my digital scale. Not a big difference from 1.6oz, but not a rounding error either -- just thought people should know the true weight, claimed and measured.

        Light as a Feather

          I use this for pretty much all trips I do from climbing to camping to backpacking. It is light as a feather and is so easy to fit inside a cookset or to pack with something else. It conducts heat very well but I love that in cold weather because it keeps my hands nice and toasty.

          Great bowl for packing light

            I use the titanium bowl for general travel, not backpacking, and it works great. I use a very small rolling pack that fits easily in airliner overhead storage, and am very careful about everything I take with regard to size and weight. The bowl, a nesting cup, and a spork fit very well in the pack and add almost no weight. It makes preparing a meal easy on those days I can't face another restaurant.

            Snow Peak Ti Bowl nesting in Ti 1400 pot

            I've actually stored 4 bowls in this manner...

            Snow Peak Ti Bowl nesting in Ti 1400 pot

            Bill Young

              I was under the impression this bowl was supposed to fit inside the trek 1400 however this is not so. Considering I had to order this from Australia because no-one stocks this gear over here I was dissapointed.

              unnoticeable. strong

                this was a great addition to my gear closet. Very light-don't even notice it, strong and easy to clean. The metal has some flex to it but takes a lot to actually change the shape. Be careful cause putting boiling hot liquids in this means you're not touching it til it cools off.

                Nice light bowl

                  Having a bowl along on a trip makes eating a much more civil event when in the wilderness. But when adding 4-8 oz of additional weight to do so, something has got to give. The Snow Peak Ti bowl I received weighs 53g (1.75oz). Hardly a noticeable addition to pack weight. It is strong and light and holds more than 2 servings of cereal, pasta, soup, etc. Being able to eat while cooking the 2nd course is a nice luxury to have.

                  Unanswered Question

                  Will the Snow Peak #SNO0045 and the Snow Peak #SNO000B nest inside each other?

                  Unanswered Question

                  What is the difference between the Snow Peak #SNO0045 and the #SNO000B? Will both nest in the Snow Peak 1400 pot?

                  I'm looking to nest one, or maybe two, of...

                  I'm looking to nest one, or maybe two, of these bowls in a Trek 1400 set along with a 4 oz MSR canister and a pocket rocket stove. Anyone know if this will all fit together?

                  ok, sorry for the arbitrary question, and...

                  ok, sorry for the arbitrary question, and perhaps absurd to some, but i, for one, am a big fan of the titanium cookware/tableware and was thinking of transposing their use to my every day kitchen, but is it safe, say, to use in an electric oven? haven't seen/read anything out there, so i thought i'd pose the question here. thanks!

                  Best Answer

                  Ti handles heat really well, but it is thin. For just reheating and quick cooking, you shouldn't have any problems. You start trying to do mini-casseroles or something and you're going to probably get some warping, and definitely some discoloration. Obviously no microwave, but for tableware, etc, very classy and functional.

                  Please DO NOT mircrowave anything metal, including titanium. Just because it doesn't spark, does not mean it's not damaging your microwave. Certain shaped objects can reflect the microwaves instead of absorbing then(reason why things spark). These reflected microwaves are then bounced back at the metal walls, then back to the object being heated and so forth, until the transmitter is damaged.

                  how many ounces of water can it hold? how...

                  how many ounces of water can it hold? how would it do on an alcohol stove?

                  It wouldn't be very efficient on an alcohol stove, as it has no lid. The metal will be totally fine as a cooking surface though. You'll also have to get a pot grip, which might be kind of a pain.

                  How does this bowl fit in a trek combo....

                  How does this bowl fit in a trek combo. Will it only fit in the larger pot or can I keep the set intact?