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[pct-l] cheap titanium pot
I second this. Aluminum may actually be a bit lighter. It has been strong enough for
anything I have put it through. Titanium has it's place, but not here IMO, especially if
money is an issue.
Check out the grease pot from Wal-Mart. 4.2 oz. Holds three cups, has a tight fitting
lid, it doesn't even have a handle on the pot, making it even lighter or allowing you to
use of them pot lifter gizmos such as MSR makes.
> Rather than recommend a cheap titanium pot, I'd recommend not getting one.
> Overkill item -- an aluminum pot weighs how many more grams, costs five
> bucks and lasts for how many years? The added expense really seems
> unnecessary for this item.
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