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Evernew Nonstick Titanium 0.9 L Pot

in Cookware - Titanium

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5.00 / 5 (4 reviews)

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Mark Verber
( verber )

San Francisco Bay Area
Evernew Nonstick Titanium 0.9 L Pot on 01/15/2006 22:38:25 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

I have been using this pot for five years. It's the perfect size for solo trips with enough room to boiling water for a hot drink as well as cook a meal. I have found the pot to be durable and the nonstick continues to be effective. The fold away handles stay cool enough to pick up the pot even after it's been on the stove for awhile. I have found that this pot is more fuel efficent than any other pot I have used thanks to it's wide base and thin walls.

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Mark Larson
( mlarson )

Southeast USA
Great for 1 on 01/16/2006 11:19:31 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

This pot has great dimensions. Wide base, but not too shallow. Also wide enough to fit a trimmed spoon inside with my entire kitchen, and still close completely. I like the volume for meals on long-term hikes, when I'm going to be eating larger 1000-1500 calorie dinners.

I did manage to burn a piece of the handle once, but no loss of function. The non-stick is holding up very well.

Glenn Roberts
( garkjr )

Southwestern Ohio
Great with Clikstand on 03/07/2006 08:43:01 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

This pot works perfectly with the Clikstand stove base and windscreen. It would probably work well with any stove with wide pot supports, but not so well with a SnowPeak Gigapower or MSR Pocket Rocket - a little too tippy.

The measuring marks embossed into the sides are very convenient. The pot isn't very good doing double duty as a mug, though. Also, although I've had no trouble with the plastic coating on the handles melting when using a Trangia/Clikstand combo, I suspect using a hotter cylinder or white-gas stove could create some problems with the handles.

All in all, a very nice pot.

Edited by garkjr on 08/05/2006 11:40:12 MDT.

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Joe Kuster
( slacklinejoe )

Excellent pot on 11/22/2006 08:43:37 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

It's non-stick titanium, how cool is that. The reality is that it does live up to most of the hype and it is a solid performer. It has a wide base and is very efficent. It is about the perfect volume for most of my one-two person trip needs.

Granted the non-stick coating does add weight, but cleanup is super easy and it is still very light in my opinion.

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