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#91231 - 02/24/08 10:25 AM looking for details on the MSR Titan kettle
blacklite Offline
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Registered: 10/21/07
Posts: 9
Loc: Hudson Valley, NY
Anyone have this kettle?
I want to know if this cute little pot is big enough to hold the whisperlite international. I just can't find any specs on this pot anywhere.
If it is I might just have the right set up after my "non stick" pot kicked the bucket.

The whiperlite is about 6" x 3" folded.

Thanks

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#91232 - 02/24/08 10:37 AM Re: looking for details on the MSR Titan kettle [Re: blacklite]
Paddy_Crow Offline
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Registered: 11/08/04
Posts: 2285
Loc: Michigan
Pot dimensions are 4 3/8" diameter, 3 1/2" depth.

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#91233 - 02/24/08 10:48 AM Re: looking for details on the MSR Titan kettle [Re: blacklite]
Hector Offline
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Registered: 12/20/04
Posts: 325
Loc: LA/ARK/TX corner
6" is going to be too tall for the kettle.

Great little kettle; it's all I use anymore (with an Esbit stove). Make a cozy or get one from Antigravity Gear.

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#91234 - 02/24/08 11:02 AM Re: looking for details on the MSR Titan kettle [Re: blacklite]
bigfoot2 Offline
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Registered: 09/17/06
Posts: 1432
Loc: Eugene , Oregon
REI Outlet has it on sale WITH a Pocket Rocket .
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