Open Country Plastic Measuring Cup

Open Country Plastic Measuring Cup

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  • Cup is graduated for easy measuring
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Open Country Plastic Measuring Cup

Specification Description
Best use Backpacking
Liquid capacity (L) 0.24 liter
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.) 8 fluid ounces
Insulated No
Fits in cup holder No
Material(s) Polypropylene
Dimensions 3.75 x 2.75 inches
BPA free Yes
Weight 1 ounce

Open Country Plastic Measuring Cup

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Rated 2out of5
by fromUnless UrA Serious Cook/CarCamp, Skip It I'm sure this is fine as a measuring cup, though rather small. But I'd say if you're car or front country camping and/or are a serious cook, you'll want a bigger measuring cup. And for backcountry camping and extended trips you'll want something that doubles as a drinking cup. This is way too small unless you're a toddler. I recommend the Orikaso uber-light flat-folding mug (w/measurements) or three piece dining set.
Date published: 2007-10-14
Rated 2out of5
by fromCheap, Light and Fragile Worked well for its first backpacking trip. Light and very inexpensive. Cracked in my bag on the way home, though, so not strong enough.
Date published: 2012-05-09
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat for kids campers/hikers I know it isn't exactly what it's marketed for, but we use these as our kids' general camp cups. They don't tip (like half the regular kiddie cups we own), they don't break, and they're a great size for little ones. Probably not the best just for measuring, since it's not really big enough to double as a cup for grown-ups, but these are perfect for toddlers and pre-schoolers.
Date published: 2009-03-18
Rated 5out of5
by frommy favorite cup Used this cup everyday on a six month thru hike of the AT and continue to use it for all of my backpacking trips. It has a very small capacity, but I prefer to refill the cup than to carry a larger, heavier cup. Works best if you make coffee in a larger pot and then use a pot cozy to keep it warm while you are drinking from your cup.
Date published: 2009-03-11
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat cup We have used this design of cup for over 20 years and they have yet to break. They are 1 cup in volume, so they are not coffee mugs, but they are perfect for camp use, cooking, etc.. They are quite stable. Because they do not transfer heat like metal, they stay warm longer than metal and are easier to hold in your hand than metal. They are not insulated but they stack easily and are compact. They are the perfect cups for us.
Date published: 2011-05-18

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