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Ed Barkowski
(edbarkowski) - F
Construct: MSR Titan 1L pot lid on 03/22/2010 12:12:03 MDT Print View

I have the Titan cookset (http://cascadedesigns.com/msr/cookware/fast-and-light-cookware/titan-2-pot-set/product)
and will only be using the 1L pot (smaller of two) on a thru-hike. As shown in the photo in the link, the lid is far better suited for the larger of the 2 pots (though it fits snugly on both).

I'd like to make my own (or buy, separately) a suitable titanium lid for the 1L pot. Something that will hold-up for a couple thousand miles, if possible.

Any help?

Thanks to all replies --

. Callahan
(AeroNautiCal)

Locale: Stoke Newington, London, UK.
Perhaps... on 03/22/2010 17:58:46 MDT Print View

Ebay for titanium foil/sheet.

Might be a whole lot easier to buy a used 1 litre titanium pot with lid!

Dave .
(Ramapo) - F - M
MSR Titan 1L pot lid on 03/23/2010 09:25:43 MDT Print View

Ed: I'm after a lid for my 1L Titan too.

Have you seen the Jason Klass-style lids for the Snowpeak pots? Well, Donald from Four Dog Stove is making them now. He says he'll make them for the MSR 1L, but he needs to have an order of 6 lids to make it worth his while.

If you're interested, we need to find 4 more people.

The lids are nice. I have one for my Snowpeak Trek 900.

What do you think?

. Callahan
(AeroNautiCal)

Locale: Stoke Newington, London, UK.
Four Dog Lid on 03/23/2010 17:52:19 MDT Print View

If Four Dog will make 6, I'll certainly be up for one for my Titan cookset 1lt pan.

Ed Barkowski
(edbarkowski) - F
I'm in on 03/24/2010 10:57:52 MDT Print View

I'm in, for sure. That's 3, total. If we each order 2 (ah-hem), it'll work out. Anyone? What does Donald charge?

Patrick Young
(lightingboy) - F

Locale: Southwest
Construct: MSR Titan 1L pot lid on 03/24/2010 17:21:50 MDT Print View

I'd be in for a lid as well. What is the projected cost and weight?
Pat

Ed Barkowski
(edbarkowski) - F
MSR Titan 1L - custom lid (who's in?!) on 03/25/2010 16:46:32 MDT Print View

I went ahead and emailed Donald, requesting more information. Once I hear back from him, I'll post details.

In the meantime, let's try to rally some interest in these lids. I've seen Jason Klass' video of this man's handiwork, and it looks really sharp. Attention to detail, etc.

ANYONE else out there with the MSR Titan 1L cookpot who'd be interested in buying a titanium lid that actually FITS the pot?

David Lutz
(davidlutz)

Locale: Bay Area
"Construct: MSR Titan 1L pot lid" on 03/25/2010 17:09:36 MDT Print View

I would like to get a lid for my MSR Ti Cup.....do you suppose that would count toward the six even though it is a different size?

I'm thinking it would be the same work, just smaller, no?

Any idea of the price yet?

Bailey Gin
(pugslie) - F

Locale: SLO County
For Snow Peak Bowl & Pot on 03/25/2010 18:32:40 MDT Print View

The 1L pot has a ever so slightly larger diameter than the Snow Peak titanium bowl and the large pot of their 3 piece compact (same pot, I think, as in the new hybrid cookset). So if you think it'll work on my SP stuff, I'll take 2.

Bailey

Dave .
(Ramapo) - F - M
MSR Titan 1L pot lid on 03/25/2010 19:55:16 MDT Print View

Okay...so let's get organized here.

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Here are the diameters of the 3 Titan pots:

The 1L Titan is 5.5" in diameter

The 1.5L Titan is 6.25" in diameter

The 2L Titan is 6.75" in diameter

I'm interested in a lid for all three, but especially the 1L.

============================

So, it looks like we have 4 people total who want a 1L lid so far, right?

How many of you want lids for other Titan pots as well?

David Lutz
(davidlutz)

Locale: Bay Area
"Construct: MSR Titan 1L pot lid" on 03/25/2010 20:10:43 MDT Print View

Is it possible to get the Titan cup included in here, or no?

Dave .
(Ramapo) - F - M
Titan Mug Lid on 03/25/2010 20:35:57 MDT Print View

>>Is it possible to get the Titan cup included in here, or no?

I really don't know, but it's my sense that Don wants to make runs of (at minimum) 6 of the same size lid.

That's my sense of it anyway given our email correspondence.

Bailey Gin
(pugslie) - F

Locale: SLO County
Re: For Snow Peak Bowl & Pot on 03/25/2010 20:59:10 MDT Print View

My SP bowl and pot are 5.375" diameter, so the custom lid is slightly oversized...should work OK. Right?

Edited by pugslie on 03/25/2010 21:00:19 MDT.

E J
(mountainwalker) - MLife

Locale: SF Bay Area & New England
which SP pot is that? on 03/25/2010 21:11:18 MDT Print View

Bailey, which SP pot is that? I may be interested in lids for our SP pots, especially the 900 (know that doesn't help with the 1L run, sorry).

Bailey Gin
(pugslie) - F

Locale: SLO County
Re: which SP pot is that? on 03/25/2010 21:50:35 MDT Print View

The pot is from the SP Titanium Cook Set, 3Pcs
STW-001T (the large pot)

SP set

This is the SP bowl:

SP bowl
and are stackable.

The bowl stores inside the large pot and the small pot fits inside the bowl. I can get 2 bowls (maybe a 3rd) where the lid can cover the set.

Bailey

Patrick Young
(lightingboy) - F

Locale: Southwest
MSR Titan 1L Pot Lid on 03/26/2010 06:49:53 MDT Print View

I just want a lid for the 1L Titan Pot if the price is right.

It's the pot I use the most and I can live with the lid supplied for the 1.5L pot.

Edited by lightingboy on 03/26/2010 06:52:46 MDT.

Ron Jameson
(tigerpaws) - M

Locale: Upstate SC
MSR 1L POT LID on 03/26/2010 08:00:41 MDT Print View

The lid for the K-Maart grease pot will fit it.

Ron

Patrick Young
(lightingboy) - F

Locale: Southwest
Construct: MSR Titan 1L pot lid on 03/26/2010 08:30:37 MDT Print View

Ron,
Can't find that pot on Kmart.comPat. Where did you see it?
Pat

Edited by lightingboy on 03/26/2010 08:31:14 MDT.

Ron Jameson
(tigerpaws) - M

Locale: Upstate SC
POT on 03/26/2010 08:51:40 MDT Print View

I went to my local K=Mart and purchased It. Cost was between$6-$7. I took the little black knob off and added a piece of knotted triptease cord to handle the lid.

Ron

Dave .
(Ramapo) - F - M
MSR after-market lids: projected weight and price on 03/26/2010 09:09:06 MDT Print View

Here's some more info I got from Don via email:

1 lit Titan....... $ 16.00ppd (wt no more then 32 grams)

1,5lit Titan...... $ 18.00ppd (wt no more then 38 grams)

2lit Titan........ $ 20.00ppd (wt no more then 45 grams)

When we order (presuming that we do a group order of some sort) I'm going to mail him my Titan pots (I have all 3) and he'll use them as samples to make sure that the lids have a perfect fit.