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TOAKS Titanium 750ml Pot
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2012
I'm quite sure TOAKS doesn't manufacture these items. LightHound carried these slick Ti bits for a while. Then BackCountry carried the 700ml pot branded with their logo for many years. Now TOAKS calls it a 750ml pot even though it's the same size. (See pic.)

TOAKS (or their manufacturer) has made the Ti 750ml pot better than previous distributors. This mug/pot was always great for nesting nicely my Nalgene bottle inside but the lid never fit quite right. This time lid is spot on! The overall quality control - subtle but distinct differences which are hard to put your finger on - seems much higher.

The previous BackCountry version of this came with a longer orange carry case which had an internal pocket for a spork (BackCountry included a Ti spork) and would fit the pot/mug as well as the Nalgene (See pics). For the TOAKS model I purchased the Condor H2O pouch from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0068SYN5G) which nicely holds holds the TOAKS mug (lid on the bottom or top) along with the Vargo Ti Triad stove in the pocket thus carrying everything I need for a day hike with hot lunch/coffee.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on March 18, 2015
Seems to be very high quality at competitive price. As others have noted, the lid could fit a little more securely. I would like for the lid to be better balanced. I found I can 'guesstimate' 16 ounces using the weld dots on the handles.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
on April 30, 2013
I purchased this pot as a lighter alternative to my LiTech 1 L potset which now feels like a bowling ball compared to this feather light pot and cover. It comes with a very nice orange stuff sack to keep everything together. I keep an alcohol stove and 2 oz of fuel inside for a complete ultralight stove/pot set good for a daytrip. Fit and finish is very nice and clean. The top fits loosly and not snug like the MSR Titan but thats not an issue for me. I can boil 2 cups of water with just over an ounce of alcohol in about 6 mins using a windscreen. This will nest onto a nalgene as well if your wondering. A great deal for the $34 I paid.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on January 25, 2013
Hard to find a better value in Ti cookware anywhere. Competes with all the "name brands" and holds up very well against them. However I'm not sure about the quality -- first use out of it and the tab / wire on the top of the lid snapped off (actually within the first minute of using the pot). Otherwise it's still functional, but it's just a Ti pot .. so kind of hard to mess it up. Finish is good. The handles could be a bit longer so they would cool better, but otherwise an all around great 750ml pot with a tight fitting lid.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on March 26, 2013
This is identical to the Backcountry.com 700ml Titanium Pot [...] . I don't know who the manufacturer is, but they are exactly the same except for the logo.

This was bought as a gift last fall. It was slightly more expensive than the Backcountry.com version, which was on sale around that time (as far as I know, it is no longer available). Still, it is inexpensive compared to other titanium offerings from companies like Snow Peak. The titanium has a matte finish and it seems very durable, i.e. won't crush under normal use. It is very light, by design. It fits a normal isopro can of fuel and camp stove.

Since it is single walled, it is great for boiling water to make tea or oatmeal or any other camp meals. Just be careful not to burn your hands or lips, since it will conduct heat from any boiling liquids.

I think this is a great addition to any backpacking kit. You can store your stove and fuel inside of it, and it comes with an orange mesh/foam stuff sack to keep everything together. Would recommend, A+.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2014
Very light weight. The only downside, in my opinion, was that it needed some kind of insulation on the handles...they get hot quickly! I cut a couple of short pieces of poly tubing to fit over the wire bales and it's perfect now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is a close copy by Toaks (made in China) of the famous Snow Peak and Vargo Ti 700ml-750ml pots/mugs with lids.
Super light, sturdily enough built, folding handles and a little loop handle on the lid.
TOAKS makes a thinner and therefore less durable/more dent-able product than, say, Snow Peak, so keep that in mind as you compare prices between brands.
I agree with another reviewer who says this is the same pot that Backcountry used to sell with their own BC logo. I have both. The TOAKS version is slightly better.

TOAKS also makes this exact pot with an added bail handle. If that's how you cook, that model is a big plus.
If not, you'll find the bail handle is exactly in the way of where you want to place your mouth to drink. So this is a "love it or hate it' option which might be worth checking out.

(Tip: If you have an existing cup/pot that you want to add a bail to, that's easy to do for free with a hammer, a nail for a punch, and a coat hanger. YMMV.)

I like this mug, and I like all the Toaks product I own or have handled. I notice the price fluctuates a lot, so you may want to watch and wait to click 'buy' until you see it drop to a price you like.

Hope this was helpful. Happy trails, everybody.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 15, 2013
used this item to boil 2 cups of water on my Vargo stove and it worked well other than the handle got a little hot and i had to use a reg to pick it up. if the handle was insulated it would have had 5 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 10, 2015
A titanium mug/pot with folding handles is pretty classic outdoor equipment; you can cook over a stove with it, then eat out of it when you're done cooking. This pot is a great deal for the money. It's lightweight, heats up very quickly, and includes a strainer/venting lid with a handle. The venting lid allows you to heat with the lid on, which is much more efficient. For use as a strainer, the lid is secure enough if you hold it down while pouring- with a silicone pot gripper on your fingers for heat protection, of course.

The 750mL size is great for one or two people. It's the perfect volume for making oatmeal or coffee in the morning; fast heating with enough volume to do the job. Single-wall insulation won't keep the contents warm as long as double-wall insulation, but then again, double-wall cups can't double as pots. It's a fair trade, I'd say.

For those who are curious, the pot does fit around a Nalgene, though the mesh bag does not extend to the top of the bottle. With the bag cinched tight, it stays on the bottle reasonably well, though definitely not securely enough to hang the bag on the outside of your pack and forget about it. The double-layered mesh bag is great, though; it doubles as an outdoor sponge and also keeps soot off other items in your backpack.

As others have mentioned, the titanium is thinner than certain other companies' more expensive models, which cuts weight while sacrificing durability, so in theory, it's more prone to denting. I haven't had any problems with denting, but it's still important to consider. Besides that, it's pretty much comparable to those models at a lower price point.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 10, 2015
The lid handle is secured by a spot-welded piece of metal, which snapped off on the day I bought it. Contacted Toaks, and there are sending a new lid out. Stay tuned....
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