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Solo Stove Pot 1800

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List Price:
$45.99 (You save $24.00)
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Product Description

Size: Height 6.1 inches, Diameter 5.5 inches 
Weight: 12.5 oz
Volume: 61 fl.oz (1800mL)
Materials: 304 Stainless steel

*Recommended to be used with a Solo Stove Titan (sold separately)


"Simple yet super functional. I love the folding bail and with the Titan being able to nest inside this pot, I've found my perfect cook system. "
~Terry Frost, Experienced Backpacker


How it Works

The lightweight Solo Stove Pot 1800 is the companion pot crafted specifically for use with the Solo Stove Titan. When nested, the Solo Stove Titan fits inside the Solo Stove Pot 1800 for easy storage. Made with premium grade 304 stainless steel, the Solo Stove Pot 1800 is more durable than aluminum pots and arguably, a safer and healthier choice. The Solo Stove Pot 1800 features:

  • Easy to use lid with a rubber coated lift tab (lockable in the upright position)
  • Pour spout for easy pouring
  • Double fold out handles
  • Volume markings in oz and mL
  • Folding/Removeable bail
  • Black nylon stuff sack with drawstring

Product Reviews

  • Solo Stove Titan is just with the size of the product is very easy to use.

    Posted by hsuan-chou chen

    I'll Solo Stove Titan on the car, so this product also together in the car. Travel or travel by car, the same car can sometimes break, tea or coffee is very easy to cook and eat a little snack is also very convenient. Really want to thank solo stove companies have this design.

  • Solo does it again

    Posted by Tim

    This is a well made well though out product. The folding handle stows flat when not in use and out when you need it, it stays in place while in use. The lid fits well and does not rattle around when on the pot, the lid has a small handle on top that folds flat when not needed and can put in the up postion using a small notch in the lid handle mount. The pot itself also has a bucket handle which can be used to hang the pot over the solo stove or fire if youmwish. The stuff sack that came with my pot seam was improperly sewn so there is about a 2 to 3 inch hole in the seam. I will open the seam the rest of the way and resew it. The sack fits the pot and you can stow the Titan stove in it's own stuff sack inside the 1800 pot.
    The pot is well made I don't think you will be disappointed if you get it. I am giving it 4 stars because of the stuff sack and because the pot is made in China. Given that the pot is made on a machine it could be made in the US. I think more people would buy them if they where made in the USA. I will more than likely get the alcohol stove and the tripod later. I will just have to swallow the made in China thing.

  • Another Perfect Accessory

    Posted by Bill Sammon

    Like everything else from Solo Stove this pot has been designed from the ground up to include every feature needed for hard core survival situations yet is perfect for the weekend hike too. It's the perfect accessory for the Titan stove. The stove fits snugly into the pot with no rattles or wasted space. The pot is the ideal balance between sturdy and light weight. Unique to this type of gear is the handy folding, locking and removable bail. The bail locks to the front, rear and strait up.. The pot can be used with the stove or hung over an open fire or used with their handy tripod. The handles are at right angles to the pour spout making precision, safe and measured pouring a breeze. The cover fits nice and has a handle that locks in the up position. The cover handle is insulated and made large enough to be able to use a stick for lid lifter. To heat 60 ounces plus of water or boil and simmer one pot meals for 2 or 3 people this is all you need and for those of us who count every ounce of weight remember this, with that bail handle you can leave the stove behind. That makes this outfit much lighter than a titanium pot, stove and fuel combination of equal size but get the stove too you'll be glad you did! Great job Jeff!!!

  • A Needed Accessory

    Posted by Solo Stove user

    The Solo Pot 1800 is a valuable and needed accessory. The capacity of the pot is exactly what is needed to compliment the Solo Stove cooking system.

    The Solo Pot 1800 is of sufficient capacity even to heat water for cleanup of dinner dishes, it is an accessory whose time has come.

  • Just right!

    Posted by Danny R.

    Great product with all the features needed for backwoods cooking. I HAD to have it mostly for nesting / protecting my Titan stove. Great idea, here!

  • Good pot with great features

    Posted by John Holz

    This pot is the perfect companion to the Solo stove. On its own it is a great camp pot the bail for me is the perfect height and I like the friction fit 3 position. The handles are a good size and shape for handling a full pot I am glad that there isn't silcone coating on the handles. The tab for the pot lid is nice in that it can lock in the upright position however I am torn on the lid wishing it was more multi-use capable and could be used as a fry pan or something. The biggest improvement I could think of is if it were titanium you could save half the weight.

  • solo stove pot

    Posted by jeff

    very durable pot cleans up easily. i used it to cook stew for 4 with no problem and combined with the solo stove you have the perfect cook set up this set is awesome. can wait to use again this weekend on our backpacking trip . very happy camper

  • The Perfect Pot for Hiking & Camping!

    Posted by B. Carmichael

    I recently received my Solo Pot 1800 and had the chance to pair it with the Solo Stove Titan. This stainless steel pot was brilliantly designed to build off of its smaller predecessor, the Solo Pot 900. It was given a much larger size to accommodate a wider range of cooking while in use.

    The differences are substantial with its folding handles that actually lock into each other (something the 900 never did) and a fantastic steel semi-locking bail that you can hang the pot over the fire with. They also seemed to have added a nice silicone grip to the locking lid handle that allows you to remove the lid without the risk of the lid tilting and burning your hand. The guys at Solo Stove also kept with the same great method of adding the measuring lines reversed stamped into the outside of the 1800, so you are able to view those measurements from the inside while you’re adding liquid.

    It’s the attention to detail and building off their previous designs that gives it a special spot in my hiking/camping gear and really makes this cooking pot a winner in my book! If you’re in need of a great cooking pot or just want to add another piece of solid gear to your arsenal, I definitely suggest you consider this one… you will not be disappointed!!

  • Perfect match for the solo stove Titan

    Posted by Kelly Riverwalker Thomas

    This stainless steel pot is thin enough to please light weight backpackers, and thick enough to give it plenty of strength. The handle does get hot, but that's expected. Measurements are nicely engraved into the pot, the lid fits snug but lifts off easily. Perfectly matched with the Solo Stove Titan these two make a great team! Great quality and design, it's a great addition to any kit.

  • tanker built like a tank

    Posted by James marmot

    Basically this pot is bomb proof. The lid has a nice little loop that is insulated with rubber coating, and is machined to a nice tolerance to the pot, not to tight not to loose. It come off with little effect buy stays put when needed. The pot itself is well machined with fold out handles that are stout enough to pick the pot up when it is FULL of boiling water and you’re not worried about getting a 3ed degree splash on your lap. It also has another removable pail handle that locks in place at three positions. I like to keep it on so I can hang it up on a branch when not in use. The rim of the pot has a spout machined into it so you can get what water right in the cup without spilling. It also has LARGE numbers pressed on the side of the pot so you know how many cups of liquid you have in it. This is not in the photos or description but is a great feature. This is handy for those freeze dried meals that call for a specific amount of water it rehydrate them; you never want waterlogged eggs for breakfast. If you haven’t purchased a solo stove and are just getting just the pot. Think about it again. The solo titan is a good marriage with this pot. They offer it as a combo package, that is well worth the $. Nice job solo stove on such an outstanding product.

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