Keith Titanium Frying Pans
Keith Titanium Frying Pans
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Keith Titanium frying pans are ideal for backpackers, climbers, and hikers who count every packed ounce. Both pans are made of titanium, which is known to be as strong as steel but 45 percent lighter Read More

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FreedomHeight
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May 9, 2019
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Two ounces heavier than expected. That's 2 ounces less of pot that I can carry. No thanks.
May 9, 2019
prevosko
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Feb 28, 2019
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will wait for the pan, i allready have the fork etc 2set :))) let me know :)
Feb 28, 2019
WRay
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Jan 5, 2019
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I just realized... did the July 2018 drop for this go sideways? I joined, and have the email confirmation, but never heard about the drop closing and never received the pans.
Jan 5, 2019
Tysonz3
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Dec 3, 2018
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Would love to get one but haven't seen the spec issue resolved. If they were confirmed on the current model?
Dec 3, 2018
W8lkinUSA
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Oct 19, 2018
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While the lightest 8'' stainless steel pan still weighs 11 ounces, this 8'' titanium pan merely weighs 6 ounces. For camping and short distance hiking, this should be okay for fish, eggs, and the like. For comparison, a Toaks 142mm titanium pan weighs 2.5 ounces; the 137mm pan is 2.1 ounces. Frying eggs might be more difficult on the Toaks pans since I suspect they are thinner; I'll test this with my gas stove within the next month. Anyways, here are the weights of the Keith Titanium (uncoated) pan that I've purchased via AliExpress. I could've saved 18% via Massdrop.... Pan only: 172 grams / 6.07 oz Pan with stuff sack: 193 grams / 6.81 oz EDIT: As others have mentioned, it is bewildering that this pan is a whopping 17% heavier than the manufacturer's listed weight of 147 grams (5.19 oz). Massdrop's listed weight of 128 grams (4.52 oz) must reflect an older model....
Oct 19, 2018
W8lkinUSA
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Oct 25, 2018
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I've just cooked bacon, onions, and over easy eggs (in that order, but was more like medium due to learning curve with Titanium) on this 8'' Keith Ti pan using the Coleman Sportster 433 stove. It came out well, but I should have taken pictures. EDIT: Due to its large diameter, I had to maneuver the pan every now and then to evenly cook the eggs. Though not terrible, caution should be exercised since stability isn't the greatest when using the Coleman stove. I'll cook with the Toaks 145mm next time, but fear its 6'' size is too small for similar work. I'll also get pictures next time.
Oct 25, 2018
Calaverasgrande
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Aug 30, 2018
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I want to get this to cook at home. To impress my tacticool and bike nerd friends.
Aug 30, 2018
W8lkinUSA
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Oct 19, 2018
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This 8'' pan is barely large enough for 2 persons, but simultaneously using two or three of these pans might work. A 10'' titanium fry pan would be more beneficial (if it were even made).
Oct 19, 2018
prevosko
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Feb 28, 2019
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maybe start yeating like a normal person? lol ..."small"
Feb 28, 2019
Braedon
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Aug 30, 2018
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Listed specs have incorrect weights (per the Keith website) http://keithtitanium.com/product/COOKWARE/41.html http://keithtitanium.com/product/COOKWARE/46.html
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Aug 30, 2018
yokken
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Jul 30, 2018
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Make sure you've got a wide burner or a fire for this. Titanium does not spread heat well and you will get hot spots. Tried to do pancakes in this over a medium sized camping burner and it was an embarrassing failure. Frying fish on the same burner worked because the oil dispersed the heat enough, but it would have been better in something else like a thin stainless pan (not sure). ALSO BE SURE YOU USE THE SPREADER LOCK. My friend didn't push it up all the way and dumped a bunch of food while camping. Even with the spreader lock pushed all the way up, I can unhook the handle by pushing hard enough. Be careful!
Jul 30, 2018
Cromulent
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Jul 30, 2018
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Dammit, I just received a tiny $17 Ti pan – but this one is broader for frying fish!
Jul 30, 2018
FeebleOldMan
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Jul 27, 2018
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From the comments, people seem to be receiving heavier pans than declared in the specs. Why is there so much variation in the weights?
Jul 27, 2018
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