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Esbit Olla - Set de cocina - titanio gris/violeta 2016

Precio: EUR 45,75
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  • Construido a partir de titanio ultraligero.
  • 25 oz olla con 2 asas y tapa con bisagras con cierre de agarre.
  • Combustibles sólidos y Estufa de titanio (E-COCINA-TI) pueden almacenar dentro de la olla.
  • Tiendas en bolsa de red incluido.
  • Peso: 3,75 oz (107 g) Volumen: 25 oz (750 ml)

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Esbit 750 ml titanium pot PT750-TI

Ultra-light titanium - Volume 750 ml - Pot with 2 hinged grips - Lid with lockable grip - Multilayer meshbag with 2 pockets (appropriate to Esbit titanium cutlery)

Size packed: ~ H 110 x 99 mm
Weight: ~ 106 g
Volume: ~ 750 ml

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A 50 dollar pot ?? Check. 15 de febrero de 2016
Por Jacob J. - Publicado en
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A 50 dollar pot ?!?! Yes ! And worth every last cent - this is a perfect sized, ultra light weight and practical small cooking pot for 1 or 2 person's cooking needs on the go. I had my doubts if this would turn out to be too flimsy, but taking the very low weight into account, the pot is having a solid feeling to it. It comes in a very practical, tight fitting mesh pouch, which will hold the lid in place. The pouch also has two small exterior pockets, which I use for holding a magnesium fire starter in one and a regular lighter in the other. Together with the pot, I also bought the Esbit Titanium stove. So, the pot - when packed - holds internally the titanium stove, 12 Esbit fuel tabs wrapped in TWO zip lock bags (the smell is appalling), a sponge for cleaning and also my fold-a-cup on top of it all.

Functionality when cooking is great, even though you might want to consider a plastic spoon for stirring food - don't use a titanium spork (as I did). When hydrating freeze dried food, it's best to pack the pot in a cozy, as I found the food will get tepid otherwise. The lid - that weighs, like, nothing - has a small, practical triangle on top for lifting it off the pot using a twig, and has a couple of small holes for venting pressure. There is no notch or anything which holds the lid in place, but it really does not seem to be a problem at all.

The pot holds exactly 750 ml filled to the brim, which brings me to the only real room for improvement: could it not be possible to add internal markings for volume ? Would be hugely appreciated.

This is a true 5 star product, you may lift an eyebrow considering the price tag, but when you pack it and use it you'll know where that money went.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not the 'Esbit' Quality of Old 21 de junio de 2016
Por Kurt Kaunzinger - Publicado en
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Esbit has been around a long time. I have always associated their name as a German brand of quality, made in Germany. That is not necessarily the case anymore as these are made in China. The surface finish of the two that I received was extremely rough. Not bead blasted like titanium should be (to peen-strengthen the surface) but instead, sand or aluminum oxide blasted. These have a lower quality finish/feel as compared with all other titanuim cook pots that I've used. The left handle (on both ordered cookpots) would not fold open without heavy resistance, emitting a scratchy pop sound before being forced open. Randomly located and uneven spot welds didn't do anything to help with a feeling of quality either. The size and overall design is compact and what I was hoping for but execution, simply put, is sloppy. Esbit is not alone here, but I expected a much better crafted product from this name and price point. It will hold and boil water in a fire but I get more enjoyment from using nicely made things. Both purchased pots have been returned, a 10 second decision after opening the packaging. Vas ist los, Esbit? Judging by other reviews I must have gotten mine from a really bad batch in 2016.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It's matte finish and feel is also very nice. The fact that this little piece of gear ... 12 de octubre de 2016
Por Agnes Fidelis Gloria-Pinzon - Publicado en
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The weight is every ultra-light hiker's dream come true! It's matte finish and feel is also very nice. The fact that this little piece of gear serves as both mug and pot at 750ml is just amazing. Price is also quite reasonable.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great product. 20 de julio de 2016
Por Paul Yeager - Publicado en
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Love this mug. I think it's better than the Vargo because the handles feel more durable, and at a fraction of the cost. Buy this instead of the Vargo and don't look back.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great pot! 30 de enero de 2013
Por Lightfigther - Publicado en
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I have two titanium pots; the Snowpeak 700 and the Esbit 750ml. While the Snowpeak has graduated markings, I still seem to migrate towards this pot as my go-to for backpacking.

The lid is much lighter than the lid on my Snowpeak. If Esbit would add graduated markings and modify the handle so it would be easier to remove and replace as needed, the rating would be 5/5.

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