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01-17-2015, 15:35
I wanted to try out a more traditional shaped cooking vessel for backpacking. I have the snow peak trekker set and love it for its durability and overall features. But I wanted something wide like the 1400 made by snowpeak but shorter.

I snagged an Evernew 0.9l ultralight.

It is noticeably lighter and the pot will flex some where the snow peak did not but this is like I said. Noticeably lighter. And it's titanium material means stronger than you'd think.

The overall shape means I have to relearn how to pack my stuff. For example, my windscreen wrapped around my water bottle instead of inside the cook pot.

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So far I really like the traditional shape of this pot, the wider surface area for my alcohol stoves as well as a traditional and functional lid.

I was able to cook a regular sized complete box of Mac and cheese and have room to add some meat to it such as dehydrated hamburger or summer sausage.

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I was able to get a perfect simmer using the simmer ring on my Trangia stove.
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No burnt noodles or sticking of the food.

Clean up was super easy with the wide shape.

So far I love the purchase!!

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01-22-2015, 05:46
Nice write up, but a bit hard to read. Every time you changed font color I see all the codes for the color change. Not sure if that's just me.

Agree with you on the different shape changing a lot. I've got a near duplicate cook kit for my wider pot. Until I did that I couldn't maximize on the storage space the pot provides.


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01-22-2015, 08:29
I updated post in another thread. Couldn't correct that mess for some reason.