Evernew ECA252R Titanium Ultralight Pot 2 (0.9L)

Weighs 116g
Code: OC2702
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Evernew's ECA-252R Titanium Ultralight Pot 0.9L is short and fat, when used with a stove with a wide burner head you get less hotspot and more even heat, so it can be better for more complex cooking. 0.9L is a good size for solo use even if you are doing more than just the basics cooking-wise, if you are boiling food for example your pan needs to accommodate the extra water as well as the food volume.

Evernew says: Ultralight titanium pot suited for solo back-packers. 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.

If you generally go solo then this 0.9L pot is an ideal size for making `one-pan` meals.

The low and wide dimensions suit a burner with a wide flame spreader. Using it in this way will speed up heating. We 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

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  • Insulated handle with heat resistant silicon
  • Includes mesh stuff sack
  • 0.9L pot weighs 84g
  • Lid weighs 32g
  • Total weight of 0.9L pot is 116g
  • Dimensions: 13.5 x 6.5 cm
  • Capacity: 900 ml
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 4 ratings.
September 26, 2019 | Geoff
A classic for solo hikers who cook in the pot

This is a well-loved classic, as used and recommended by Chris Townsend. Light but robust, the quality is top-notch. You won't find better. Used with the right stove, the broad base speeds up cooking times and saves fuel compared to taller, narrower pots. And the lower center of gravity is safer, reducing the risk of getting scalded. The capacity is a bit excessive if you're a solo user who is just rehydrating freeze-dried bags. But if you cook in the pot, 0.9L allows you to simmer a generous helping of rice, pasta etc in enough water without risking an over spill. Or to cook up a huge meal when hiker-hunger kicks in. It's a bit safer and more flexible than smaller pots, with a very modest weight penalty. Recommended.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited
June 28, 2017 | Morten Varhaug
Practical featherweight!

0,9 litres won't fill two freeze-dried meals and two mugs of hot drinks, but it's fine volume for one person. Pot seems sturdy enough despite it's weight.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited