TOAKS Titanium Windscreen

Weighs 14g (excluding pouch)
Code: SS181161
  • £13.99
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The TOAKS Titanium Windscreen is ultralight at a mere 14 grams and rolls down to an incredibly small size so it can fit easily into your pot when not in use. 

TOAKS says:

Titanium windscreen maximizes the heat efficiency but minimizes the backpack weight. It can encircle all TOAK pots and comes with a handy nylon bag.

Titanium is one of the lightest materials on the market, and TOAKS does a great job integrating it into their products so you will not only have some of the lightest gear available, but it will be incredibly durable and perform well in the backcountry.

The TOAKS Titanium Windscreen is incredibly lightweight at only 14 grams and offers great value for money. This could be because it's a lot thinner than your average windscreen (which means it will need to be treated kindly) but with it being made from Titanium it should perform better than an aluminum one.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • It can encircle all TOAKS pots
  • Comes with a nylon bag
  • Weight: 14g (excludes pouch)
  • Material: Titanium
  • Dimensions: 22 7/8" (58cm) x 4 3/8" (11cm)
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Review Summary - 3 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
January 16, 2021 | Kevin Hodgson

As the other reviewer has stated, very thin (sharp) and needs paperclips to make much use from it. It also doesn't fit properly in its pouch. If I'd have seen the product in advance I would have stuck with home made versions, like I usually do.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited
November 9, 2018 | Steve Lumber

I bought this windshield to complement a tiny Esbit solid fuel cooker and an MSR Titan titanium mug. I was a bit disappointed initially because the foil material is extremely thin, much thinner than I expected. However, if you form the wind shield in a circle and secure it with a couple of paper clips it seems to do the job fine. I think it could easily be damaged despite the storage pouch, I will keep an eye out for some kind of rigid plastic tube to insert into the stuff sack to protect it from bending.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited