Evernew ECA-253R Titanium Ultralight Pot 1.3L

Weighs 132g
Code: 2703
  • £66.99
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Evernew's ECA-253R Titanium Ultralight Pot 1.3L is ideal for two, probably too big for solo use. The squat dimensions make it ideal for use on a stove with a wide burner head, these tend to be better at simmering and general cooking than concentrated burners which can result in hot spots.

Evernew says:

The 1.3 Litre titanium pot is large enough for two person cooking. This pot features insulated handles covered in a heat-resistant silicon to protect the user. The handles fold away too, for easy low-profile storage in your pack. 

The titanium used to make these pots is extra thin and 20% lighter than standard products. Yet its still durable and strong. This is achieved through special processing. Evernew don`t heat the titanium, it is cold pressed only with the help of oil. This is not only a lengthy process, but also requires highly skilled workers.

This 1.3L pot is an ideal size for making `one-pan` meals for up to two people.

The low and wide dimensions suit a burner with a wide flame spreader, and using it in this way will speed up heating. Especially like the volume graduations which can be easily read. Evernew pots nest neatly with others in the range, so the 0.6L pot fits neatly inside the 0.9L, which fits neatly inside the 1.3L etc.

Evernew cookware is superb quality and the lightest around.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • Insulated handle with heat resistant silicon
  • Includes mesh stuff sack
  • 1.3L pot weighs 98g
  • Lid weighs 34g
  • Total weight of 1.3L pot is 132g
  • Dimensions:15 x 7.7 cm
  • Capacity: 1300 ml
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Review Summary - 4 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
April 24, 2017 | Simon Wood
Excellent upgrade from old mess tins!!

1.3ltr is the perfect size when cooking for 2. This pan is superb, used it everyday for the past 3 weeks and still as good as new. When you put it on butane stove it heats up almost instantly, so you have to be very careful not to burn food. I mainly cook food in water such as pasta, smash, couscous. I've also fried chorizo and veg, no problem, but I'd avoid things like omelette because it would easily stick. I've saved a load of weight on my previous pan so certainly a thumbs up. It's been in my pack for the last 3 weeks and has kept shape

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