TOAKS Titanium 750ml Pot with Bail Handle by TOAKS

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TOAKS Titanium 750ml Pot with Bail Handle by TOAKS

TOAKS Titanium 750ml Pot with Bail Handle by TOAKS

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The TOAKS Titanium Pots are made from ultralight titanium which is corrosion-resistant and can last for years if looked after. As well as being incredibly light and durable, this pot has a useful feature set consisting of fold away handles, removable bail handle, internal graduation lines and lid with steam holes. The bail handle feature is great as it allows you to collect water easily as well as giving you the option for hanging your pot over an open fire. We’ve tried pots without handles like the original version of the Vargo Bot(a bottle-pot that comes with a screwable lid but no handles). While we appreciate the weight savings, a handle-less design is inconvenient for all but the most gram-saving weenies. Titanium and aluminum are lightweight, but can warp, dent, and scratch easily. This can really drive some people nuts. What we don’t like: pricier than some pots, handles aren’t insulated, liquid measure lines not as intuitive as on other pots. The only complaint we’ve seen (and it’s true for most Titanium pots except for the MSR Titan) is that the lid doesn’t “snap” into the pot. The lid is fairly loose, which means it’s easy to pull it off. That can be a boon if you’d rather not burn yourself when removing a pot’s lid. But it also means that you’ll need care when draining water.

The TOAKS Titanium Pots are made from ultralight titanium which is corrosion-resistant and can last for years if looked after. As well as being incredibly light and durable, the pots have a useful feature set consisting of fold away handles, internal graduation lines and lid with steam holes. Our 750ml nests well with your most important equipment, big enough to store our small wood stove, as well as a 100-g gas canister, or double-wall 450ml cup (more below).

Different outdoors people have different Willingness to Carry Weight. That’s why we considered pots of different weights. It can nest TOAKS Titanium 375ml Cup, Titanium 450ml Cup, Titanium 450ml Double Wall Cup and100ml gas canister The Handles - At first the handles look flimsy but on the contrary they are actually sturdy and very comfortable to hold even when the mug is full of hot contents. The rounded edges and pinky notch complement fingers very pleasantly. They provide stability and a good grip. Even though they fold away nicely, the handles don’t shift around when they are out and in use. The TOAKS Titanium Pots are made from ultralight titanium which is corrosion-resistant and can last for years if looked after. As well as being incredibly light and durable, the pots have a useful feature set consisting of fold away handles, removable bail handle, internal graduation lines and lid with steam holes.

While “ceramic” implies a heavier weight to many people, the MSR Ceramic Solo Pot is surprisingly lightweight. In fact, at 7.5 oz, it is 1.2 oz lighter than the Halulite, the other hard-anodized aluminum cookware of the same size. It’s also a bigger pot than the Halulite, so well suited for two people. At 3.75 oz per person, it’s the same weight per person as our lightest weight option, the titanium Toaks 750 mL. One of the advantages of the Halulite over other anodized pots we considered is GSI’s thoughtful insulated handle system. Rubber-like insulation protects your hands from the heat when handling a hot stove. If you’re car camping, you will likely have more burners available and should get as many pots as you have burners. You’ll also want plates, deep bowls, and mugs as well as a frying pan. For this story, we’re only considering cooking pots, although the GSI Pinnacle cookset that we recommend includes a pot, pan, plates, bowls, and mugs. The Lid - The vented lid eliminates any rolling boil guesswork, firing out steam when it’s time, much like a whistling tea kettle. The lid’s wire pull tab doesn’t get too hot to touch very easily but is adequately sized to allow assistance from a twig if it should be needed. What we like: designed to nest with each other, folding handles, very compact, everything for 4 people includedOne issue we have with this pot are the measuring lines inside of the pot. They are visible and appear as three rows of spot welds. They are at the one two and three cup levels, but don’t have numbers or lines like other pots we tested. If you didn’t know, you’d think they are just weld spots. The Toaks Titanium 750 mL has foldaway handles and a pot lid that provide just enough easy gripping to get the job done without adding unnecessary weight. It fits a 110g fuel canister and a stove while its shape and size make it relatively durable for titanium cookware. Unlike the TOAKS, the MSR Titan lid handle has insulation so you can peek at your meal as it cooks without having to put on gloves first. But depending on how you cook, the un-insulated handles can get sometimes get hot, so we suggest using gloves when handling (as recommended with the TOAKS pot). What makes the Toaks Titanium 750 mL our favorite of the vast and sometimes overwhelming Toaks Titanium collection is its compact and convenient shape and size. With the 750 mL, you get a vessel that doubles as a mug and pot. Sometimes, pots can be too pot-like to work well as a mug. They’re too wide to sip from without worrying about dribbling. Meanwhile, sometimes mugs can be too mug-like to work well as a pot. They can be too tall or tippy when boiling water and have stability issues. The Toaks 750 mL is just the right size to work well as both. Aluminum is best for conducting heat (think simmering without burning the bottom of your pan). Even if you’re cooking soup, if it requires a simmer, the aluminum pot can usually handle that job better than titanium (which can get soup chunks burnt to the bottom of the pot).

Another nice feature of the Halulite is that it features liquid measuring lines that are visible on the inside and outside of the pot. They’re measured in ounces (oz) and mL so make it easy to add the correct amount of water to your freeze-dried meal. The latest version uses Fusion ceramic is tougher than the previous version. It’s not just free of PFOAs but PTFEs. Graduation Marks - Gradation marks are etched into the cup’s side where they are labeled in milliliters and ounces.It can nest inside TOAKS Titanium 900ml D115mm Pot, Titanium 1000ml Pot, Titanium 1100ml Pot, Titanium 1100ml Pot with Bail Handle and Titanium 1100ml Pot with Pan Lids also reduce splatter. While reducing splatter is a nice feature of a pot in a home kitchen, when you’re in bear country, it’s nice to keep all your smelly food on one pot instead of all over your camp. Note that like all titanium and aluminum cookware, MSR advises that you don’t want to put this one directly on a fire.



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