The Titan balances a good mix between durability, weight, and usability. It isn’t made with the thinnest-wall titanium stock you’ll find on pots like those made from Toaks, making the Titan quite a bit more durable but a little bit heavier. No silicone on the handles means that the handle grips won’t burn off like they will will Evernew pots when using the pot with an alcohol, solid fuel, or wood stove. Finally, the lid is not press-fitting, so is easily removed and placed while the pot is in use on the stove. In general, the Titan is one of the best all-around titanium cooking pots on the market for solo travelers.