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Evernew Nonstick Titanium cookset

Average Rating = 5.00/5 Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5
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Evernew Nonstick Titanium cookset
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Available only at REI, this ultra-light, non-stick cookset helps lighten your load and keeps kitchen clean-up to a minimum! Lighter than steel and stronger than aluminum, corrosion-resistant, chemically non-reactive titanium conducts heat efficiently Extra-thick silicon ceramic coating is superior, passing tests for heat, corrosion, frying and scratch-resistant hardness Rounded bottom edges offer more surface area to the flame and are easier to clean All pots and lids have folding wire handles that allow the pots to nest; insulative coating on handles improves grip and prevents burns Lids double as fry pans Nylon storage sack with drawstring included When every ounce counts, pack along titanium When every ounce counts, pack along titanium pots. Titanium sets a new standard for lightweight cookware that's durable enough for backcountry use. It weighs half as much as stainless steel. Capacity and dimensions per piece are as follows: 1.9 liter pot = 3.75 inches (height) x 6.75 inches (diameter) 0.8 liter fry pan/lid = 1.75 inches (height) x 6.75 inches (diameter) 1.3 liter pot = 3.5 inches (height) x 6.25 inches (diameter) 0.7 liter fry pan/lid = 1.75 inches (height) x 6.25 inches (diameter) . Imported.

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Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: lextalion, 2006-07-21

I love this product!!!! What more can I say. I finally have something that is large enought to actually cook a meal in for more than myself and doen's feel like I'm hauling my entire kitchen cabinet with me.

I also love the fact that it is nonstick. So while cooking is great clean up is a bit easier. Just remeber that you better not use any sand to help scrub the pot's of inside.

I have enjoyed these quit a bit over the last three years that I've had them.

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