The Original "After-Market" Snow Peak (SP)Titanium Lids
I made the first lid for Jason Klass for his SP 600 mug, as a gift for a review he did on the “Bushcooker Lt Ti” stove.
He felt that there was a need in the backpacking community for after-market titanium lids, and proposed that we work together to offer the different lids to new customers.
These lids were first offered in aluminuim--but I thought: "Why would you want an aluminuim lid for a titanuim pot?" So, I now make these Snow Peak lids in titanium--and boy, are they tough. Don't let their light weight fool you!
My lids are copied, but never duplicated. This product comes with a lifetime guarantee on workmanship--so it'll never let you down on the trail.
With free shipping to US customers--this is a better buy then others lids made from aluminuim--once postage added to order.
I have expanded the line of lids to include lids that fit these models of Snow Peak mugs/pots/bowls:
SP 450, SP 600, SP 700, SP 900, SP 1400, SP Bowl Lid
Olicamp models: Space Saver Mug, XTS Pot, GSI Haulite Minimalist
PLEASE NOTE; All my lids are handcrafted for heavy outdoor use, not to be placed in a curio cabinet.
If you are concered about minor imperfections that in no way hurt the performence or durabilte please don't order!!!
So get it and get it dirty !
The lids are formed using .013 titanium with a hardwood lifting handle (US Made) attached with a stainless steel screw for lifting off the mugs and bowls. The SP 600 and SP 700 lids are offered with out or with strainer holes.The SP 900 and larger sizes are slightly domed for added strength.
All orders ppd (post paid) by US postal service except outside USA.
Please allow 2-10 days for delivery, where not Amazon.
Overseas orders will have to add $10.00 to shipping
Handcrafted in St. Francis, Minnesota--USA
Posted by C. Moore on 7th Mar 2017
Great lid, bought in order to try to bake in my Snow Peak pot. I did make muffins on the kitchen stove with this lid and the S.P. bowl inside the 900cc S.P. pot. Works great. Next up is trying a heat-n-eat meal on the Bushcooker in the bowl on top of 900 pot, kind of double-boilered. I think simmer on Bushcooker is a charcoal event, I want to try with wood...
Posted by KW on 28th Feb 2017
Having heard the Four dog name around for a while, I decided to give it a shot. What a difference it makes in my cook kits (Yes... KITS). I am often real picky with my equipment and these pass muster for sure. I bought the lids for both the 1400 and 900 SP units. having a hid that not only fits the cup but the frying pan also is a stroke of brilliance. being able to make the unit into a double boiler is even better. well worth the money, which is not a lot by the way. I noticed no deformities or minor imperfections... Well done!!!!!