Are you looking for a new backpacking or bushcrafting cook pot? Look no further than the Toaks 750ml Pot. This pot has a variety of features that makes it a great 1 person cooking element.
The Toaks 750ml Pot is made out of titanium so it is both lightweight and very conductive to temperature changes. This means it will heat up fast and evenly, and cool down quicker than your normal stainless steel pots. It comes in at a weight of only 3.9oz! Toaks makes 2 versions of this pot, the bail and bail-less. I opted for the bail because it is easily removed if you don’t need it. Please note in the photos this pot has already been used heavily so the color is off.
The Toaks 750ml Pot features 2 butterfly handles that collapse for easing packing, but allow you to unfold for grip when needed. The handles are large enough for a comfortable grip without being so large that they add to the overall packed size. As mentioned, if you get the bail version, you have a great way to hang your pot over the fire for cooking purposes. The bail is easily removed by gently pulling out 1 side of the handle at a time.
The lid of the Toaks 750ml Pot received my only complaint. The lid itself is nicely finished with 3 vent holes to easily identify when your water is boiling. The small triangular handle has the ability to lock in place standing up so you can easily remove the top while it is over a heat source. The lid falls short in it’s fitment. It does not snap close so you cannot use it as a strainer for cooking. The lid really doesn’t sit closed securely at all, it just kinda sits on top.
To answer a few of the big questions, yes the Toaks 750ml Pot will nest your 32oz Nalgene or 42oz Klean Canteen. Also, it will nest small fuel canisters that you would use with a mini stove (HINT see my article on the BRS 3000 mini stove for a pack-able cook system inside of your Toaks!). This little pot holds a fluid capacity of just over 25oz.
When you are all done, toss the pot in the included mesh nylon bag and take off. The bag seems very well made and should last a long time.
I personally recommend the Toaks 750ml Pot to anyone looking for a better pot while in the woods.