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Keith Titanium Frying Pans

Keith Titanium Frying Pans

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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?
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....
W8lkinUSA
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.
I want to get this to cook at home. To impress my tacticool and bike nerd friends.
Calaverasgrande
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).
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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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!
Dammit, I just received a tiny $17 Ti pan – but this one is broader for frying fish!
From the comments, people seem to be receiving heavier pans than declared in the specs. Why is there so much variation in the weights?
Sorry for the confusion regarding the specs. I've checked with the vendor and updated our drop page with the correct information. Thanks for calling these discrepancies out! @Christo @Flashman @chugger
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6.2+ ounces is _just_ the standard / NON-coated pan. no bag.
foobar5
That's not right then. The reason people get this pan is for an ultralight pan,.. that is a substantial difference. A gram or so off in one thing, but that is a lot heavier.
Sure the coated one weighs less....
Ummm...just got my non-stick pan and it weighs 6.3 oz/178 g, not 4.6 oz that Keith lists it. Anyone else?
northward
Just got mine as well and it is over 6 ounces. I certainly expect some manufacturing variability, but this is completely out of spec. This is intended to be an ultra-light product and trade-offs are counted in grams... I would not have purchased this had I known it weighs more than my entire other cook set.
Because this is essentially defective, I plan on returning or worst-case canceling the charge.
northward
Just got mine and its the same. 6.3oz... I wouldn't have purchased at this weight. This much over spec is ridiculous.
Maybe the listing is wrong, but it shows the non stick as being lighter. I have cooked on a TI fry pan before, food does tend to stick even with using oil. If you are mainly using it to fry eggs or make pancakes regular TI is not the best choice for a pan. If you are cooking a steak or frying up some fish it's fine. The non stick looks like a great way to combine the lightweight of a TI pan with a solution to food sticking. I have not been able to find any good reviews of the non stick version of this pan. Non stick will not last forever, but is a fair trade off for ease of use provided it lasts a long time before it wears out. Problem is there is such a range of non stick coatings on pans to getting scuffed up after a few uses to years of good use before it fails. If anyone has the non stick with some millage on it to give feedback as to how well it hold up would be great.
Flashman
Amazon shows the non-coated as weighing 128 grams... https://www.amazon.com/Keith-Titanium-Ti6034-Folding-Handle/dp/B071FGXQPR and the coated as weighing 130 grams... https://www.amazon.com/Keith-Titanium-Ti8150-Nonstick-Folding/dp/B072PTBLCY
Gearbest shows the non-coated as weighing 152 grams... (agrees with massdrop) https://www.gearbest.com/camp-kitchen/pp_345056.html and the coated as weighing 163 grams... (33 grams more than massdrop) https://www.gearbest.com/camp-kitchen/pp_345057.html
Just a wild guess but maybe they're including the bag on the non-coated but not on the coated?
This is the best thing next to a conventional fry pan. Avoid the non stick, not necessary and heavier. Just use some olive oil and it will also make the food taste better.
Why cant it come with a lid so i can make some damper
is the non-stick feature due to a teflon-style coating or the ceramic coating itself? would like to avoid any synthetic chemical-based non stick
Honestly what could you fry in a pan so thin? I guess with enough oil...
Please bring the non stick version
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I have the Heavycover brand Ti folding pan, its just like the Keith one but marginally thicker. You don't need non stick just put some oil in the pan and do not preheat it while it is empty.
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Massdrop now has the non-stick version, lol
Thanks for making the drop happen!!
Are these dishwasher-safe?
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Says in description it is ceramic coated
GVU1
Oh. I see they're offering a non-stick version now. Twenty-eight weeks ago when I made that comment all that was available was bare titanium.
Thanks for pointing out the change. Probably wouldn't want to put a ceramic coated pan in the dishwasher.