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Good pot... but... titanium "material"? EDITED REVIEW
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 4 May 2021
So, all titanium cups are the same (you would think). However, there is a significant jump in price when you go for known brands like MSR, Toaks, Sea to Summit. So you would think there wouldn't be such a difference in price.
I looked into it and some phrases kept popping up like "titanium steel" (not titanium at all) or "commercial titanium 92% pure" suggesting there are different grades or purities of titanium. Then, on this listing, the phrase "titanium material" keeps popping up. Is this not pure titanium (like the difference between a juice/juice drink) or the result of a language barrier?
Finally, looking at the difference in weight between the cheaper and more expensive types - there was also a difference in weight for the various sizes (compared 400, 550 and 750ml) between the types. The cheaper were slightly heavier.
I haven't got the metallurgical skills to tell but the language is a bit suspect and the weight says a little something too.
All that being said, it is light, it has measurements on the inside, it packs away easily due to the folding handles and bag and the 750ml is just big enough to fit my GSI Java coffee maker, the spoon, an MSR pocket rocket stove and a couple of packs of filter coffee.
Only complaint (other than conjecture over the material itself) is that while it will take 750ml, it is right to the brim and you couldn't boil that much in there without it spilling and putting the stove out! Go a size larger.
EDIT: I have now used the spoon that comes with the pot - it is completely useless. When you try to scoop up food the handle closes. Down to three stars.