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MSR Titan Titanium Kettle (Closeout)

MSR Titan Titanium Kettle (Closeout)

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Product title: MSR Titan Titanium Kettle (Closeout)
SKU: ACK_MSTITK
MPN: 321158

The MSR Titan Kettle is so versatile you can use it as a pot, a mug, or a bowl. Made of ultralight titanium, this kettle holds .85 liters of liquid and comes with a tight-fitting lid and drip-free spout for smooth, easy pouring.

  • Ultralight & compact
  • Versatile
  • Tight-fitting lid
  • Sized for one
  • Compliments the Titan 2 Pot Set (sold separately)
  • Discontinued item. Limited to stock on hand

Technical Specifications

Weight4.2 oz (0.12 kg)
Diameter 4.6" (11.7 cm)
Height3.8" (9.7 cm)
Width5" (12.7 cm)
Volume 28.7 fl. oz (0.85 liters)
MaterialTitanium

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

4.5
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
Based on 2 reviews
2 reviews
  • J
    Jeffrey
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 year ago
    5 Stars

    Very well made holds my BushBuddy mini

  • PT
    Pop T.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    10 years ago
    MSR Titan Titanium Kettle

    I wanted a lightweight pot to cook single meals when thru-hiking. While I had used a Jet Boil in the past and enjoy using it despite the additional weight and trouble of a gas canister, the pot was not wide enough and too deep to stir comfortably without getting steam burns. So I went to an alcohol stove with the MRS tea kettle pot because it was wider and not as deep. It cooks fast and cools fast. I managed to burn some potatoes on the bottom that left a persistent black stain, but it's slowly coming off. I can store my whole cook system inside, aluminum wind break, lighter, alcohol stove, and spork with the long handle hanging out of the spout rim. My one complaint is that the handles are short when you have an open flame, so I use my bandana as a pot holder for all my meals.

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